Parliament Watch
Parliament Watch is one of the integral programs run by FEFA that aims to represent a parliament with the openness to public,
transparent functions and accountable by providing accurate, objective and current reports
on all activities of Afghanistan's parliament. Our website is under construction. Hence some of the portions might appear different than it has to be. We apologize for the inconvenience being caused.

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FEFA Releases it's Parliamentary Monitoring Findings

Free and fair election forum of Afghanistan released its parliamentary monitoring findings in a round table in the existence of media.
Dr. Haseeb Motaref, parliamentary monitoring coordinator of FEFA, said, “Wolesi Jirga has made remarkable progresses in term of legislation this year (1395 Solar year).
However, it was not very active in term of representing people and handling public problems.”

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Round table on conflict of powers, its impacts and solutions

On 27th December 2016 FEFA held a round table in Kabul in the presence of parliament members, political and social activists, university professors, elite people, women and youth to discuss the issue of power conflicts in the government of Afghanistan.

Conflicts between the three branches of power existed since more than a decade in the Afghan government notably between the executive power and the parliament.

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Discussion on the pending law of anti-violence against women

FEFA findings on parliament observation shows that the law on anti-violence against women has been in a pending state since 18 may 2013 due to disagreement of views between members of parliament and it is still in the women affairs commission of lower house.
Therefore, in order to discuss and put light on the current status of the forgotten law “Anti-violence against women” FEFA conducted a meeting with members of parliament, civic society members and university professors.

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Comprehensive report on parliament activities in the 11th session

FEFA released its comprehensive report on parliament activities in the 11th session i.e. from 6th March 2016 till 21st July 2016. Afghanistan’s parliament is being watched by FEFA’s parliamentary unit and accurate records are generated on daily basis.

Based on the daily observation and findings, comprehensive reports are prepared and published that consists detailed and accurate information about parliament activities in the duration of one session i.e. four and half months.

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Town-hall meeting held in Paktia province

In continuance to the provincial programs, FEFA conducted a town-hall meeting in Paktia province on 20 December 2016 to discuss the main issues of Paktia residents (mainly health issues and lack of women teacher) with the invited members of parliament to identify and provide sustainable solutions to people.
This town-hall was organized in the presence of upper house parliament senators, provincial council members, local authorities, influential tribal elders, civic society activists, women, youth and university students.

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Face to face discussion of students with MPs

FEFA held a meeting with students of Alberoni University where Mr. Qalatwal, representative of Zabul in Wolesi Jirga and Mrs. Zakia Sangen, representative of Parwan in Wolesi Jirga attended to present information on parliament and its activities to students.
Mr. Abdul Qadir Qalatwal, representative of Zabul province in Wolesi Jirga began the meeting by stating that "making and approving laws, monitoring the performance of government and representing people are three main duties of Wolesi Jirga.”

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