Women Advocacy committee with executive director of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan on 1/2/2020:

On 2nd February 2020, Women Advocacy Committee were held with Dr. Abdullah Abdullah chief executive of the unity government of the Islamic republic of Afghanistan.

In this meeting, the members of advocacy committee discussed about election process complain review, providing transparency in the electoral process, women active participation in peace process, female activists concern about increasing of violence against women in the country and as well as Citizens’ concerns about increased insecurity and robberies in Kabul.
The advocacy committee members called for elimination of frauds in the elections and announcement of transparent results in guaranteeing public confidence in the upcoming elections and the democratic process, and called on the Chief Executive to take decisive action in the electoral process.
As well as, advocacy team emphasized on active participation of women in peace process and prevention from increasing of violence against women and insecurities in capital and suggested that government should take important steps to solve this issues.
Chief executive of the unity government of the Islamic republic of Afghanistan replied to the questions and requests of advocacy committee group and said: (As people have seen and are better aware, we have made a serious effort to ensure transparency in the electoral process, and we have always said that we only want a transparent and free of fraud result).
In accordance to women active participation in peace process we have taken necessary actions to avoid violence against women, and constructive measures have also been taken. On the rise of insecurity in Kabul, he said (that war is the cause of insecurity, but security officials are given the necessary guidance every day and I am also heavily pursued).
“And as well we might create a committee in order to work on design of peace process and he said he will let some female members from advocacy group to contribute in peace process design”

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