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Government accountability program ended

KABUL: The government accountability program to the nation, which lasted one and half months, ended on Saturday, at the Government Media and Information Center (GMIC), where Inamullah Samangani said on his Twitter account the other day.
Samangani, head of the Government Media and Information Center (GMIC) thanked the leadership of 44 ministries and independent government departments who presented their annual reports and answered questions.
In the accountability program, 11 acting ministers, 8 heads of independent departments, 37 deputies and 41 heads of other directorates, as well as 20 spokespersons of ministries and independent departments have taken part in reporting and answering programs, according to Samangani.
He also expressed special gratitude to all government and private media, especially the Radio Television of Afghanistan (RTA) who cooperated with the process to fulfill its tasks in reflecting and covering this program. Government Media and Information Center, while appreciating the cooperation of government departments and media, intends to officially appreciate government departments, media and journalists in a special ceremony in the coming days, he said.
The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.