The House of Representatives rejected the President’s two legislative decrees amending some of the civil aviation laws and penalties by majority of votes.

WPSO organization which oversees the plenary sessions of the House of Representatives stated that the president’s decrees were put to a vote in the plenary session of the House on Wednesday.

According to a press release by the Women and Peace Studies organization, the delegates rejected Presidential Legislative Decree No. 359 and Legislative Decree No. 308, amending some aspects of the Civil Aviation Law and extending Articles 350 of the Criminal Procedure Code.

On the other hand, members of parliament have expressed concern about the spread of insecurity and the escalation of violence as inter-Afghan talks began.

They called the escalation of violence unacceptable in the current situation, and said that the security situation in Balkh, Herat, Kunduz, Farah and Faryab provinces is extremely worrying.

This comes In a time, while peace negotiators are calling for cease fire and the escalation of the battles recently have taken lives of dozens of Afghan security forces.

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  • Mohammad Haroon Alim holds a BBA degree from Kardan University. He works as a sub-editor for Khaama Press.