AT-KABUL: Justice Minister, Dr. Abdul Basir Anwar, on Sunday presented his 100-day action plan to the president.
According to a press statement, President Ashraf Ghani assessed the 100-day action plan of the Justice Minister in a meeting at the Presidential Palace.
The statement said that main parts of the action plan include legislation, legal services, juvenile affairs and management, which has been drafted in four parts.
In the meantime, President Ghani said the plan should contain clear message to the countrymen and the short-term and mid-term results and changes should be obvious in it.
He also suggested that brining reforms should be the top priority of the Ministry of Justice and this should be implemented by adopting an inclusive mechanism.
The president said any kind of illegal act should be immediately stopped and the laws drafted and assessed by the ministry should meet the necessary requirements in a bid to leave a good legacy for Afghanistan’s future.
Based on the statement, the president suggested that a wide mechanism should be implemented on those who have low education about their related fields.