Friday, 24 October 2014
President Ashraf Ghani took the first anti-corruption initiative by ordering the reopening of the infamous Kabul Bank corruption case, asking the attorney general's office to retransfer all of the embezzled money within 45 days of the presidential order. With only two weeks left until the deadline, the case remains inconclusive as some of the main people involved continue to be on the run.
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