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Workshop on Civil Service Structure

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Workshop on Civil Service Structure

In the outset of the Workshop, First Vice President, Marshal Fahim, said that commitment to homeland is more important than the expertise of employees and manages for administrative reforms.

The one-day workshop, attended by First Vice President, Ministry of Economics, Head of Administrative Reforms Commission and other high officials, was aimed at bringing administrative reforms in the country.

“It is not possible for a non-Afghan or someone with no sense of patriotism to serve for the country,” said the Frist Vice President.

Marshall Fahim expressed that he is not satisfied with the living of many people and other challenges in the country and said, “Most people who are dissatisfied with their status and position want to reach higher authorities either legitimately or illegitimately.”

According to Marshall Fahim, the living situation of the people and the current circumstances of the country should be taken into consideration whilst trying to bring administrative reforms.

Ahmad Mushahid, head of Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission, viewed the purpose of the workshop as part of continuing changes that are being brought into the country’s administration.

He further added that the task of hiring, promoting, assessing and supervising of employees are subject matters that will be defined by the Civil Service rules as part of administrative reforms.

“By explicitly defining such matters, it would be easy to see a bigger picture of the Civil Service and consequently bring necessary reforms in the administration,” said Mr. Mushahid.


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