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Gardener! You seem unaware of autumn
Alas! You lose your flowers when wind blows
His Excellency Dr. Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, president and H.E Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, chief executive of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan!
Hope more success for H.E president and H.E chief executive of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. Almost one year ago the National Unity Government (NUG) established. Over this period Afghanistan developed in foreign politics including peace talks process and promoting the political position of Afghanistan in the world. However, there are some signs of development in good governance too but the government hasn’t taken any practical step in electoral reform section which forms the substantive part of political agreement. The current ambiguous circumstance separate nation from state and increase public distrust on democracy and election.
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President Ghani appointed Mrs. Anisa Rasouli as member of Supreme-Court high council through a presidential decree. The women political Rights Advocacy Group welcome this action of National Unity Government and consider it a positive step toward institutionalization of women rights. The Women Political Rights Advocacy Group believe supporting women participation in political structures is a substantive step toward institutionalizing justice and good governance.Read more: WPRAG Welcoming the membership of a woman in the Supreme Court council
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Leaders and heads of political parties, CSOs and media organizations (members of Electoral Reform Joint Working Group) officially signed the Declaration of Substantive Principles of Electoral Reform in presence of authorized representatives from presidency and Office of the Chief Executive and presented it to the presidency and Office of the Chief Executive.Read more: Signature of the Substantive Principles of Electoral Reform
Declaration of Women Political Rights Advocacy Group on Electoral Reform to Electoral Reform Commission and Government.
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Women Political Rights Advocacy Group Urge the National Unity Government to Actualize the Commitments it had made on Increasing the Role and Proportion of Women in Governance and Electoral Reform Process
Kabul, June 1, 2015
The Women Political Rights Advocacy Group is lobbying for its proposals to verify women political rights in the country. Thus, it urge the leaders of National Unity Government to actualize the commitments they made during electoral campaign on increasing and strengthening the role of women in leadership of government. The group welcome presence of four women in cabinet and urge the government to not think it is enough for women. Considering presence of four women in cabinet the group urged the government develop a national inclusive program on increase the proportion and role of women in all leadership and management levels of government. Hence, the group raise the following issues as basic demands and principles:Read more: Declaration of Women Political Rights Advocacy Group on Electoral Reform to Electoral Reform...
- Parliament’s Perception on Electoral Reforms 2015
- WPRAG Welcoming the membership of a woman in the Supreme Court council
- Signature of the Substantive Principles of Electoral Reform
- Declaration of Women Political Rights Advocacy Group on Electoral Reform to Electoral Reform Commission and Government.
- FEFA Released the Observation Report of 2014 Elections
- 92% MPs support the Electoral Reform Process
- FEFA expresses concerns over the situation in electoral commissions urging the government of Afghanistan and International Community to immediately handle this issue
- Elections Observation Report 2014