Integrity Watch calls on Afghan government to engage with communities to develop the mining sector
July 27, 2020, Kabul—Integrity Watch’s new study of community engagement in the mining sector shows that the role of local communities in mining areas is very weak and the government has not institutionalized public engagement through any long-term strategy. The report provides the ground and a working basis for civil society organization willing to develop  [...]
Civil society raises concerns over the nomination of the Governor of the Da Afghanistan Bank and his questionable actions following his nomination
June 27, 2020 Kabul—A number of Afghan civil society organizations have raised a number of concerns over the nomination of Ajmal Ahmadi as Governor of Da Afghanistan Bank or the Central Bank. Ajmal Ahmadi was formerly Minister of Commerce and close aide to the President. The civil society organisations also raised questions about his recent  [...]
Civil Society urges government leadership to commit to independence of the judiciary and having oversight, and regulatory institutions following a political deal
Friday, June 5, 2020 – Kabul: Civil Society organizations urged President Ashraf Ghani and the Chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation Abdullah Abdullah to commit to independence of the judiciary and to having oversight and regulatory institutions following a deal to end the political turmoil which followed the disputed election results. The deal  [...]
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