Afghanistan -- Unjustified struggle / Judges sacked / Endemic corruption

COMMENTARY: Fighting corruption in Afghanistan.  "Corruption in Afghanistan has always been a [threat] to the socio-economic development strategies of government. This unethical social phenomenon has been affecting serious international humanitarian development aid stream in the country. In Afghanistan corruption is the result of unjustified struggle to gain political and economic power."

Khaama Press/Afghan News Agency:

INFO: Hundreds of judges sacked or transferred, says Afghan govt.  More than 500 judges have either been terminated or transferred by the president as proposed by the chief justice, the president’s office told Pajhwok Afghan News, explaining that the measures were part of anti-corruption efforts and to have fair access to cases.

Pajwhok Afghan News:

INFO: Corruption remains endemic in Afghanistan says survey.  A Pajhwok Afghan News survey shows administrative corruption remains endemic in Afghanistan particularly in the judiciary, customs offices, municipalities, and the police.

Abdul Qadir Munsef, Zaghona Salehi, and Ahsanullah Wardak, in Pajhwok Afghan News:

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