Editor in Chief: Moh. Reza Huwaida Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

Danish Criticizes Overlapping Functions in Administrative Organs

Danish Criticizes Overlapping Functions in  Administrative Organs

KABUL - Vice President was talking in a conference hold for introducing a draft law which is supposed to make state agencies more responsive to the people.
Sarwar Danish, Second vice president on Sunday criticized significant overlapping functions within administrative organs and said that there are emerging ambiguities regarding the authorities of state agencies.
“There are emerging many ambiguities regarding the communication of central agencies with provincial subsidies, authorities of governors, and about distribution of allocated budget. These ambiguities will not be cleared until the approval of this law. There are overlapping functions between the ministries”, he added.
The Second Vice President was talking in a conference hold for introducing a draft law which is supposed to make state agencies more responsive to the people.
“The law will force the institutions to avoid discriminatory behaviors. In case of any discriminatory behaviors then the citizen can complain of such behavior in the institution”, said Nader Naderi, the chairman of Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission.
Afghan governmental institutions are overwhelmingly criticized for the time consuming paper work, overlapping functions, nepotism, and not being responsive to the citizens. (ATN)