A number of Afghan press agencies expressed their discontent with Afghanistan government agencies and the Attorney General Office for not granting Media full access to information through a press conference held on Tuesday 14, 2020 in Kabul. They have also allegedly accused Afghanistan government institutions and AGO for not being committed to the implementation of the Law on Access to Information in their daily practices with Media. Afghanistan Attorney General Office (AGO) calls these claims as baseless, irresponsible and unrealistic . . .
Two of the employees of Anti-Corruption and Justice Center (ACJC) has been attacked this morning 6th July 2019 while on the way to their office . . .
AGO is Investigating the Gen. Ahmadzai’s Claim in the Presence of the Ulema, Media, CSs, AWN, and IWA
Attorney General’s Office (AGO) of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan called on General Council of Afghan Ulema, Media, Afghan Women Network, Civil Societies, and Integrity Watch Afghanistan on 13th of July 2019 through an official letter to introduce their representative for completing the investigating case for Gen. Habibullah Ahmadzai . . .
The Attorney General’s Office (AGO) of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan has received an official letter from the Deputy of Policy, Monitoring & Evaluation of The Office of Chief of Staff to the President in regards to legally investigation of Gen. Habibullah Ahmadzai’s accusation and his recent remarks on media . . .
The claim of providing horse meat to students at Kunduz University, which was discovered by the criminal police of this province has been officially reached to Kunduz Prosecutor’s Office on 31st of May 2019 . . .
Attorney General’s Office (AGO) of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan assigned a delegation for investigating the Gen. Habibullah Ahmadzai’s allegation with media and thus asked him officially to submit all his evidence and documents till 30th May 2019 . . .
The leadership of the Attorney General’s Office (AGO) of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan is fully committed to addressing all cases that rely on documents and evidence and that will lead to the prosecution of offenders, violators, and ensuring justice and peace in the community . . .
The Attorney General Office (AGO) of the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan has assigned the delegation to investigate the alleged rape case for 9 suspects over a midwife in Roy Do Aab district of Samangan province . . .