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Gen. Dostum Instructs AG To Prosecute Murder Cases Of 43 Journalists

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Sunday November 30, 2014
Kabul (BNA) First Vice-President Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum met with Mohammad Ishaq Alko, leading body and a number of directors of Attorney General Office (AGO) yesterday.
According to BNA, in the meeting, Gen. Dostum assured that he would start overall cooperation with AGO after formation of new cabinet.
Praising AGO for its developments in investigation and reviewing Kabul Bank case, First Vice-President said your struggles towards rooting out corruption in the country is witnessed and he comprehended current problems in AGO.
First Vice-President regarded paying attention to safety and security of persecutors in the country as key tasks of the government, adding that AGO was tasked to prevent from any kinds of violation, crime and injustice in the country and defend the people’s rights.
He tasked AGO to reopen and investigate cases of murdering 43 journalists because he had promised to journalists about the investigation of the cases on World Day of Ending Criminals’ Exemption.
First Vice-President asked AGO to form a commission in this regard and report results of overall review to First Vice-President office. In the meeting, attorney general Mohammad Ishaq Alko, representing the others spoke and assured the Vice-President that Kabul Bank case would be sent to final court within two days. He expressed happiness as First Vice-President and supported AGO’s work, adding that murder cases of the journalists would be soon reopened for identification of their perpetrators. At the end, attorney general gifted three books echoing achievements of AGO in recent years to First Vice-President. According to another report, First Vice-President met with a number of elders of Badakhshan province and Kalafgan district of Takhar. In the meeting, elders of Takhar and Badakhshan provinces congratulated first vice president on the occasion of formation of National Unity Government.

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