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Deputy Attorney General for Counter Corruption and new Head of Anti-Corruption Justice Counter (ACJC) for Heavy Crimes are officially Introduced in ACJC.

On June 04, 2018 the two above-mentioned individuals officially started their duties based on suggestion of the AGO leadership and President’s approval, with participation of AG Mr. Mohammad Farid Hamidi, deputies and some of the AGO directors.

Mohammad Alef Orfani is appointed as DAG for Counter Administrative Corruption and Fazel Sultan Safi as General Director of Prosecution Office for Counter Administrative Heavy Crimes in ACJC.

    

AG Saranpooh Mohammad Farid Hamidi, congratulated Mohammad Alef Orfani’s appointment and thanked the government of Afghanistan for trusting him. According to Mr. Hamidi, the government of Afghanistan’s commitment is to decisively fight corruption. He called these appointments free of political, ethnic, religious and lingual discrimination and added: “These appointments are on merit based, commitment and experience”.

Meanwhile Ghulam Haidar Alama, DAG for Judicial Prosecution Affairs talked about consequences of administrative corruption and added: “Administrative corruption is like cancer for society and can hurt religion, belief, economy and security of a country”. He called these appointments as a positive step in fighting corruption.

Mr. Orfani thanked National Unity Government for trusting him and added: “I will proceed my duties with integrity and honesty.  ACJC with coordination and support of leaders of National Unity Government are committed to fight corruption at national and international level”

 Fazel Sultan Safi also thanked National Unity Government for trusting him and said, “This job is not a credit, but a huge responsibly”. He added “With the establishment of this center, we will witness good reforms and we will try to build good relations with courts, counter heavy crimes police and all organizations fighting corruptions. Like always, we will speed up our works and be serious and keep our decisiveness.”