Islamic Republic of Afghanistan is made up of 34 provinces which are administrative divisions centrally managed by Kabul through governors who are directly appointed by and serve as the president’s representatives.
Under the new constitution, ratified January 26, 2004, the system of government is presidential with a national assembly. The president is both head of the state and chief executive. The bicameral National Assembly consists of the Meshrano Jirga or House of Elders (102 seats, two-thirds of members elected from provincial councils for four-year terms, and one-third nominated by the president for five-year terms) and the Wolesi Jirga or House of People (no more than 250 seats; members directly elected in popular elections for five-year terms.
Afghanistan Goverment provide E-Servies for afghan people very soon.
Below are sporting events and sports people related to Afghanistan.
Two education systems exist in parallel in Afghanistan.