Today, on 09/03/1396, Minister of Economy Abdul Sattar Murad presented the ministry's program of transparency and accountability in the presence of Medias.
Mr. Abdul Sattar Murad, at a press conference with the honorable friend of Sara Sharif, the head of the Parliamentary Coalition Against Corruption, and Mohammad Amin Kharramji, the moderator of the policy of the Office of the High Office for Combating Corruption, And presented the Ministry of Economy's transparency and accountability strategy at the Government Media Center.
The Ministry of Economy's Transparency and Accountability Plan, based on an in-depth analysis of the current situation and vulnerabilities to various types of corruption in the ministry, with the coordination and cooperation of relevant departments, including the High Office for the Fight against Corruption, the Independent and Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Committee Corruption, Administrative Coalition, Parliamentary Coalition Against Corruption, and the National Assembly.
Within the framework of this strategy, a comprehensive and systematic program has been developed to create transparency and accountability in the areas of human resources, finance and logistics and the coherence of NGOs And there has also been widespread reform in the direction of administrative reform, good governance and management, including the implementation of the right to information, e-government, receipt and handling of complaints.
Mr. Abdul Sattar mentioned the achievements of the Ministry of Economy in the areas of capacity building, planning, coordination between sectors and the process of monitoring and evaluation of development projects at the provincial and central levels.
The program ended after answering the questions of journalists by the media.
Later, Honorable Sara Sharif, the head of the Parliamentary Coalition Against Corruption, and Mohammad Amin Kharramji, the High Representative for the Anti-Corruption Bureau, formulated the plan to fight corruption and create transparency and accountability.