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Afghan MPs chide Karzai for not signing Financing of Terrorism Prevention Law

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Afghan MPs chide Karzai for not signing Financing of Terrorism Prevention Law

afghanistan parliamentA number of parliamentarians accused the president of leading the country toward an economic crisis by neglecting to sign the Financing of Terrorism Prevention Law.

At a general session in the Parliament on Sunday, some MPs called on the president to answer as to why the bill had not been passed yet.

According to some MPs, the bill was presented to the government two years ago.

“The president may not be signing the bill because some people who are close to him are busy collecting illegal money,” Tolo News quotes MP Zakia Sangin.

In the meantime, Deputy Spokesperson for President Hamid Karzai said the president realized the importance of the law and would soon sign it.


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