KABUL: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has said administrative corruption is still a big challenge and Afghan government would step up efforts to eliminate it from the country. He said this in a meeting organised by the European Union Delegation in Kabul on Thursday. Addressing the meeting, Ghani said the Afghans are fed up with corruption but firmly committed to fighting it and bring reforms to ensure good governance and rule of law. “We have to acknowledge that the corruption is a national shame … but with your help, we will soon be mounting a national campaign to engage our public in the fight against corruption,” said the Afghan President. Ghani also said that the government was carefully considering a proposal to establish a specialized Anti-Corruption Justice Center to further enhance the effectiveness of the anti-corruption campaign.
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