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MPFPRL director meets vice president

  • Tuesday, 19 Apr 2016

On April 18, 2016, Mr. Tillman Ryder director of Max Plank Foundation for Peace and Rule of Law (MPFPRL) met the second vice president Sarwar Danesh herein Sedarat-e-Uzma Palace.

In the meeting, MPFPRL director briefed about the foundation’s cooperation to Afghanistan government in the fields of legal issues and rule of law.

Praising the foundation for its pervious cooperation to Afghanistan in legal sections called for further cooperation in this regard.

Meanwhile, pointing to efforts of the Government of National Unity (GNU) for reforms in judicial system, the country’s VP focused on further coordination amongst judicial organs and said that reforms and further coordination amongst judicial organs would paly significant role in implementation of law and (rule of law).

Clarifying that the law on structure of independent commission for overseeing the implementation is under work, VP said, by ratifying the respective law, problems in connection with interpretation of the country’s constitution would be reduced.

Informing about the continuity of the foundation’s cooperation in the field of legal and rule of law, Tillman Ryder said that it is determined to be held a joint session with close cooperation with supreme court and independent commission for over seeing the implementation of constitution in next few days.

Inviting vice president for participation in the session, MPFPRL director declared that the foundation is ready to assist Afghanistan government in preparing drafts law on fundamental structures of government and legal affairs related to International Criminal Court (ICC).

Appreciating, MPFPRL foundation for it cooperation in forgoing field, the vice president said, ratification of the law on fundamental structures of government and the modality of Afghan government’s treat towards the ICC is very vital.

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