President Ashraf Ghani has appointed Amrullah Saleh, former head of National Directorate of Security (NDS) as state minister for reforms in security sector.
Saleh was appointed by presidential decree to bring about significant reforms in the security sector. The appointment was made in terms of article 64 of the constitution.
Saleh’s duties include advice to the president on appointment of new security officers, monitoring and implementation of a professional growth plan for high officers and giving advice on bringing about reforms in security departments.
In another presidential decree, Sayed Fazel Sancharaki, former adviser of CEO on cultural affairs was been appointed as publication deputy of Ministry of Information and Culture.
Sayeda Muzhgan Mostafawi, former deputy of publication for Ministry of Information and Culture (MoIC) has been appointed as administrative, financial and tourism deputy minister of MoIC.
In another decree, Ahmad Seyar Mahjor, was been appointed as financial and administrative deputy for the Ministry of Higher Education, and Tafsira Hashimi as Kabul University’s deputy head of student affairs.