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Monday, August 27, 2012
Kabul (BNA) At the start of the meeting the previous decision of the independent commission on supervision of Constitution implementation was discussed and issues pertaining to Constitution were taken up and necessary decision were adopted.
The meeting also discussed the interpretation of article 106 of the Constitution in response to the question of the House of people at the its 69th article of its domestic duties and considered that against the mentioned article of the Constitution and this view was adopted accordingly.
Meanwhile the issue of dispatch of report of the visit of high ranking delegation of the commission to the prisons to the judicial authorities for preventing violation of the basic rights of the nationals incorporated in the second chapter of the Constitution and its realization, was taken up at this meeting and it was adopted, so that the report on visit to the prisons and issues pertaining to the rights of the prisoners and the principles of just trial incorporated in the Constitution be dispatched to the related sources.
 

Monday, August 27, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Afghanistan after the collapse of Taliban regime and establishment of the interim administration has witnessed great economic growth and improvement in various sectors.
The Afghan Government will have special, significant, and continuing economic growth but declining fiscal requirements that cannot be met by domestic revenues in the years following transition as has been estimated by the World Bank and the Afghan Government in preparation for the Tokyo Conference.
To help address the budget shortfall, the International Community is committed to directing financial support towards Afghanistan’s economic development through the Transformation Decade.
In this context, in the initial stage of the Transformation Decade, the International Community committed to provide over 16 billion US dollars through 2015, and sustaining support, through 2017, at or near levels of the past decade to respond to the fiscal gap as estimated by the World Bank and the Afghan Government.
The international Community also noted the Afghan Government’s progress on economic government and ongoing partnership with the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, and the Asian Development Community welcomed Afghanistan’s efforts to date and noted the importance of further actions, including the resolution of the Kabul Bank
Recently in Tokyo conference the Participants reaffirmed their shared goal of achieving Afghanistan’s long-term economic growth and fiscal self-reliance.
To achieve this objective, the Afghan Government has developed Towards Self-Reliance, a strategy for sustainable growth and development to be implemented through the National Priority Programs (NPPs), with a focus on economic growth, revenue generation jobs, and human development.
The Afghan Government is to continue with the planning and implementation of these NPPs in proper and needed sequencing well into the Transformation Decade with reviews at appropriate intervals.
The International Community welcomed the Afghan strategy, and reaffirmed its commitment of aligning 80 percent of aid with the NPPs and channeling at least 50 percent of its development assistance through the national budget of the Afghan Government in accordance with the London and Kabul Communiqué’s.
In this regard, donors welcomed the headline results from the Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund (ARTF) review which confirm that there are established and credible mechanisms donors can use to meet their 50 percent on budget commitment beyond 2014.
The participants encouraged other partners, such as the UN agencies, to support alignment and on-budget mechanisms both through their policy roles and their programmatic activities.
 

Friday, August 24, 2012

Kabul (BNA) German government will assist Afghan Mines Ministry in technical assistance fields.  BNA reported, this issue was said by German development and international cooperation minister and Wahidullah Shahrani Afghan mines minister in Kabul.  In this meeting, the Afghan mines minister gave information regarding useful development of mines sources Gas and petroleum of country to German delegation.  In this meeting the German high ranking delegation once again assured German technical assistances with Afghan mines ministry in near future and discussion taken place for circumstances attraction of Germans investments and extension economical ties between the two countries. This meeting was held to host of Afghanistan mines ministry in Kabul and in that member of German Federal Parliament and ambassador of German was participated. 

Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Due to power problem in Taimani Wat area of Kabul city,   fire taken place this morning. 
Colonel Mohammad Daud Amini security deputy of Kabul 101 police zone said to BNA reporter, this fire occurred at 3.30am this morning in Turkha storages located in the 10th road of Taimani Wat of Kabul, and had no human casualties, but inflected financial damages. 
Amini said that the Turkha storages located inside residential houses in the 10th road of Taimani Wat of Kabul and police managed to bring fire under the control after transferring the neighboring houses’ residents. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada