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E-governance to be promoted, Deputy PM Hanafi

KABUL: The Deputy Prime Minister for Administrative Affairs of the Islamic Emirate Mawlavi Abdul Salam Hanafi said that the IEA is trying to promote electronic governance in its institutions, his office said in a statement the other day. A ceremony was held for the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the simplification of administrative processes between the Department of Administrative Reforms and Civil Services, the Ministry of Martyrs and the Disabled, and Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat Company. In the ceremony, Deputy PM Hanafi added that the Islamic Emirate is committed to e-governance and is seeking to create network between government institutions so that the work can be done quickly. “God willing, we are determined to gradually reform all government institutions. We are seeking to end the paperwork in the departments and we are trying to promote electronic governance among the institutions,” the statement quoted him as saying. The Islamic Emirate is committed to serving the people and the development of the country, Mawlavi Hanafi said adding, the government will soon start work on the second phase of the Qush Tepa canal as the first phase is almost complete. “Alhamdulillah, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan is engaged in reconstruction and development works in various fields. The first phase of the Qush Tepa canal is being completed with our own funds,” he said. Meanwhile, officials in the Administrative Reforms and Civil Services Department said that they are hoping to attract experts and professionals in government offices and want the work to be entrusted to professionals. At the same time, the officials of DABS announced that 118 million Afghanis had been collected from debites of powerful individuals. “The goal is to prevent corruption. The goal is to show compassion to the oppressed and suffering people. The goal is to avoid spending,” Abdulhanan Arifullah, the general director of the Administrative Reforms and Civil Services Department, said. Deputy PM Hanafi said that compared to any other institution, the processes in the Ministry of Martyrs and the Disabled need to be simplified because vulnerable people reach out to this institution. According to him, in the current year, 13.5 billion Afghanis have been allocated for the martyrs, disabled and orphans. The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.