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  1. Afghanistan - Fonctionnaires et agents publics - Loi

    Law amending some articles of the Civil Servants Law (20/02/1396) [2017]. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2017-05-10 | AFG-2017-L-105004

    Amends the last paragraph of Article 4 and Amendment of Article 9 of the Civil Servants Law.

  2. Afghanistan - Fonctionnaires et agents publics - Loi

    Law amending some articles of the Civil Servants Law (17/06/1394) [2015]. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-09-08 | AFG-2015-L-102066

  3. Afghanistan - Fonctionnaires et agents publics - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Regulation on Pensions of Civil Servants.

    Adoption: 2009-08-17 | AFG-2009-R-86562

    The provisions regulates pension benefits for retired civil servants. It contains provisions on funding of the pensions, including contribution measures, as well as the procedure for the payment of benefits.

  4. Afghanistan - Fonctionnaires et agents publics - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Presidential Order regarding signing the amendments, omissions, and additions to some of articles of Civil Servants Law (Order No. 98).

    Adoption: 2009-03-08 | AFG-2009-R-86565

    Amends the following articles in the Civil Servants Code. -

    Article 4 concerning the exemption of certain categories of workers from the Code;
    Article 7(2) and (3) concerning recruitment into the civil service and the qualifications required;
    Article 10(2)provides that no discrimination is allowed in hiring of the employees and independent contractors based on sex, ethnicity, religion, and physical disability;
    Article 14(2)concerning the duty to inform a manager in case of violation of the law;
    Article 16(3)2 concerning absence from a post and termination of employment.

    Article 8(4)1 is repealed and the following subsections renumbered accordingly. Article 9(2) is also repealed.

    Adds a new article 7(4) concerning the recruitment of civil servants. Renumbers subsections accordingly. Also adds a new article 35 and 36.

  5. Afghanistan - Fonctionnaires et agents publics - Loi

    Civil Servants Law, 2008.

    Adoption: 2008-06 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2009-03-06 | AFG-2008-L-86564

    The Law regulates the public service. It includes, inter alia, provisions on: the employment of civil service workers based on competence and merit; anti-discrimination clauses; recruitment measures; rights and obligations of civil service workers; development of skills; retention of experienced civil service employees; and employment of professional and skilled candidates in government organizations.

    Upon entry into force of the law, Articles 3, 4, and Chapter Seven of the Civil Service Law (Official Gazette No. 861 of 20/06/1384 [Solar calendar]) and Decree No. 33 of 21/04/1382, concerning priority reform and restructuring of Ministries and agencies, published in the Official Gazette No. 810 of 30/05/1382 and any other inconsistent provisions shall be null and void.

  6. Afghanistan - Fonctionnaires et agents publics - Loi

    Police Law, 2005. (قانون پولیس) - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 2005-09-22 | AFG-2005-L-86572

    Chapter 1 - General Provisions
    Chapter 2 - The Police Duties and Area of Operation
    Chapter 3 - The Police Action
    Chapter 4 - Miscellaneous Provisions

  7. Afghanistan - Fonctionnaires et agents publics - Loi

    Civil Service Code, 2005. (قانون خدمات ملکی) - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 2005-09-06 | AFG-2005-L-86566

    Chapter I - General Provisions
    Chapter II - Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission (IARCSC)
    Chapter III - Civil Service Management
    Chapter IV - Civil Service Appointments Board
    Chapter V - Civil Service Appeals Board
    Chapter VI - Administrative Reform Secretariat
    Chapter VII - Civil Servants [repealed]
    Chapter VIII - Miscellaneous Provisions

    Repeals the following laws and their attachments as well as other contradictory provisions:
    Decree No. 257 of 2/3/1381 SY;
    Decree No. 25 of 20/3/1382 SY;
    Decree No. 33 of 21/4/1382 SY;
    the Regulation on Procedure and Functions of Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission published in Official Gazette No. 810 dated 30/5/1382 SY.

  8. Afghanistan - Fonctionnaires et agents publics - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Decree issuing Regulations pertaining to internal inspection offices in ministries and government departments.

    Adoption: 1985-02-13 | AFG-1985-R-4056

    Covers general rules, duties of offices, organisation of activities, reporting, etc.

  9. Afghanistan - Fonctionnaires et agents publics - Loi

    Law on Civil Service (No. 173).

    Adoption: 1971-03-10 | AFG-1971-L-59881

    Comprehensive legislation on civil service. Deals with prerequisites for entrance into civil service, attribution of rank, obligations of civil servants, sick leave, promotion, types of civil service positions, appreciation and retribution, discipline, termination of service, pension and retirement, rights of disabled civil servant, death of civil servant, coordination of civil service and government and private enterprise ranks, as well as some related matters.

  10. Afghanistan - Fonctionnaires et agents publics - Loi

    Law on State Contract-Employees, 1971.

    Adoption: 1971 | AFG-1971-L-59884

    Regulates state contract employment. Provides for duration of service, preconditions of service, rights and duties of parties of contract, termination of contract, calculation of wage, cash sickness benefit, hours of work, sick leave, holiday, overtime, retirement and pension, disability benefit, employment accident benefit, and discipline.


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