FEFA’s round-table to discuss the MPs performance in 2016
The program of Parliamentary Monitoring was organized in 2012 by FEFA with the aim of providing accurate reports on Afghanistan parliament activities to the public. The Parliamentary Monitoring Goals are ensuring the application of the principle of transparency in the legislative, monitor the performance of government by parliament, raising public awareness from the performance and achievements of the Parliament and Strengthening cooperation and coordination between the parliament and civil society. The parliamentary monitoring (PM) prepares their observation reports as weekly in each sessions and shares with stakeholders, beside for the first time the PM team prepared the first FEFA’s Parliamentary findings within a year from both (Upper and Lower) houses which is a great achievement for the FEFA. Therefore the PM conducted a round-table on “FEFA’s Parliamentary finding 2016” with the participation of MPs, National Unity Government (NUG) representatives, political parties, civil society organizations, legislators, university students and media members with total 103 participants at Safi Landmark Hotel, Kabul Afghanistan February 27, 2017. There are some critical issues that need attention of MPs and the government of Afghanistan to address it through discussion made by MPs, CSOs, and Political Parties, Legislators, Lecturers, Human Rights activists and students. FEFA facilitates discussions under name of Round-table to figure out solutions to those critical issues and prepare a report based on recommendations provided by the participants of these roundtables. It was a plan that FEFA share the report with MPs to discuss it in their plenary session and play their role in overcoming those issues by considering the recommendations listed in the report.
• Members of parliament • Representatives of political parties • Civil society organizations • University students • Lawyers • National Unity Government (NUG) representatives • Media members
FEFA held a round-table to discuss the parliament members performance in 2016
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