18 October 2019

RSS Facebook

Ads

LC Meeting Discusses Draft Modification of Some Laws

Written by  Manager
Rate this item
(0 votes)

Saturday September 14, 2019
Kabul (BNA) Chaired by Second Vice-President Sarwar Danesh, laws committee meeting was held on Wednesday. In the meeting, draft law on use of land in TAPI project, draft modification of name of the ministry of urban development and housing, draft affixture No. 4 of law on municipalities in connection with leasing municipalities’ properties, modification and cancellation of a number of articles of law on urban development and land and modification of a number of articles of law on land acquisition were discussed and reviewed. Draft affixture No. 4 of law on municipalities in connection with leasing municipalities’ properties, which was delivered to the meeting by Independent Directorate of Local Governance, was reviewed.
After members of the laws committee, the draft was approved and it was decided that a joint meeting should be held between relevant ministries and institutions with close coordination of the IDLG and presence of representatives of tradesmen and representative of Kabul municipality to manage and include all suggestions delivered by members of the committee to the draft’s content. Second Vice-President considered the draft as significant for protection and increasing of national incomes and insisted on acceleration of finalization and implementation processes of the draft. In the meeting, draft medication of name of the ministry of urban development and land, which was delivered by officials of the ministry to the meeting, was reviewed and it was decided that all affairs’ processes of the respective ministry should be followed in accordance to presidential decree issued last year. Meanwhile, draft law on the use of land in TAPI project was also reviewed and it was decided that the draft law should be once again reviewed technically in a meeting led by the ministry of urban development and land with participation of ministries of mines, commerce and industry, justice and representatives of TPCL.

Leave a comment

Make sure you enter the (*) required information where indicated.
Basic HTML code is allowed.