25 Dec A Study of Afghanistan’s Organization and Structure of Public Administration under the 2004 Constitution
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|Authors||Mirwais Ayobi, Dr Haroun Rahimi|
|Theme||Legal Studies and Constitutional Review|
|Date of Publication||December 25, 2018|
|Available In||English | پشتو | دری|
System of public administration is one of the most important issues addressed under Afghanistan’s Constitution. Seven articles of Chapter Eight of 2004 Constitution lay down the basic structure and model of public administration in Afghanistan. However, study of organization of public administration in Afghanistan reveals that some of the constitutionally-mandated administrative institutions are not yet established, and the current system of public administrations often diverge from the constitutional model in significant ways. In addition to the gap between the constitutional model of public administration and the de facto administrative system of Afghanistan, the experience of the last decade and half also highlights a number of constitutional design flaws in area of public administration. Until now, there are still unanswered questions about the basic structure and model of public administration under the 2004 Constitution. The paradoxical and ambiguous formulation of the formal constitutional framework of public administration underscore the need for revising the constitutional provisions of public administration system.