Demands From President

JALALABAD CITY (PAN): The residents of eastern Nangarhar province ask Afghan government and international community to address administrative corruption, worsening security and unemployment, execute infrastructure projects, improve education and provide higher education facilities to girls.
Insecurity has recently increased in Nangarhar province, a Wolesi Jirga member, Lailuma Wali Hakimi, told Pajhwok Afghan News.

Although people in different districts of Nangarhar have their own demands from the future president, a few common problems emerge. Those included eradication of unemployment, security and end to administrative corruption.
The province, with 22 districts and a major border with Pakistan, has 19 members in the provincial council and 13 representatives in the Wolesi Jirga or Lower House of Parliament. The report below is based on comments of 10 people from five districts and the provincial capital of Jalalabad about their demands from the new president for Afghanistan.