Anti-Corruption Justice Center To Hold Graft Hearing Next Week

The Attorney General’s Office (AGO) on Sunday said the anti-corruption justice center will hold a public hearing on two corruption cases next week after being delayed due to a number of problems.

“I want assure you that the center will do its work with authority and there are no issues that hamper our works,” said AGO spokesman Jamshid Rasuli.

Meanwhile, a number of anti-corruption centers criticized government’s campaign against corruption and said the anti-corruption justice center does not have the power to assess big graft cases.

“There are corrupt figures around the government leaders. The leaders cannot assess the corruption cases related to these figures,” said Khan Zaman Amarkhail, head of Afghan anti-corruption network.

“Most of those who have a big role in government are corrupt and it is a big challenge,” said Jawed Kohistani, a political analyst.

“The [anti-corruption justice] center has a political component. It was established to be seen as an achievement at the Brussels Summit; otherwise, this duty was done by justice centers,” said Ghulam Sarwar Osmani Farahi, an MP.

According to reports, nearly 31 senior government officials are being investigated by the anti-corruption justice center on corruption charges.

Written by Anisa Shahid
Source Tolonews

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