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We Cannot end Inherited Crises without Accepting Facts: President Ghani

President Ghani, in a meeting with heads and members of the commissions on health, physical education, safety and privileges of Wolesi Jirga, said that the establishment belongs to everyone and understanding is in the interest of the country.

Speaking at the meeting, the Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs said that cooperation of the three branches of power (executive, legislative, and judiciary) is a principle for political stability and that all three forces need to work together to maintain the republic and the security of the people.

During the meeting, President Ghani said that there is an atmosphere of respect and coordination between the three powers of the country and without accepting the facts, we cannot end the inherited crises.
“Understanding is absolutely necessary and in the interest of the country, because the system belongs to all of us. Our health system needs a fundamental change, a major overhaul of the health program, and the definition of our services must be clear,” he underlined.

“If we want to reform hospitals, we must turn them into state-owned enterprises and companies,” President Ghani continued. He also spoke about the need to deal with the second wave of the corona virus and environmental pollution.
He also said that a sports gymnasium will be built for each province and each district of the country should have a park and work is underway on the construction of 2,500 dams.

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