Attorney General: Humanitarian Culture and Respect for Humanity Is the Core of Our Activities
Saranpoh Mohammad Farid Hamidi, Attorney General of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in a ceremony held for commemorating “International Day of Persons with Disabilities” said that the culture of philanthropy and respect for humanity which is the pivot of our religious believes must be institutionalized in our society.
This ceremony was attended by the Attorney General, Deputies and Directors of the AGO, Technical Deputy of Government Ministry for Martyrs ad Disabled Affairs, Commissioner of Human Rights Independent Commission, a representative from ICARCS and a number of disabled staff of AGO on 8th of December 2019 at the Darulaman office of the AGO.
The Attorney General said that celebration from such days is an opportunity to review the past performances and to make a program for improving the affairs. He reiterated that it is our human, ethical and religious commitment to provide the necessary conditions for all personnel particularly for disabled people.
According to Mr. Hamidi, the view of the leadership of the AGO against disabled people is not based on compassionate, but it is based on the responsibility that we have in order to administer justice.
Mr. Farid Hamidi further added that it is the right of the Afghan people to provide them the recruitment condition at AGO based on the principle of representative for them irrespective of their tribe, religious, language, disability and etc. in order that every Afghan sees their selves at AGO and provide them the opportunity for serving the nation.
Pertaining to the recruitment of disabled people at AGO, Mr. Hamidi added, “during the last recruitment of 91 posts at the AGO, 11 posts have been assigned to the disabled people and by recruiting them, the total number of disabled people at AGO will reach 11 percent. Meanwhile, the Afghan laws has specified to hire 3 percent of the disabled people at governmental entities.”
At the end of his speech, Mr. Hamidi said that if there is no candid culture and commitment, the biggest laws will be left only on a paper. But the iron and serious will for implementing of laws at society will empower the laws and regulations.
Razia Mirzayee, a disabled prosecutor at AGO said during this ceremony that nowadays, compared to every other office, working environment and opportunity are more conducive for disabled people in AGO. She added, “We expect that every other office should believe in the abilities of the disabled people and provide more working opportunities for them.”
Recently, the Attorney General’s Office (AGO) of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan has announced 10 professional posts of Prosecutor (Saranwal) at the central and provincial office for the eligible disabled people.