Afghan government in less than 10 days will introduce new faces as ministers to the parliament for approval, sources told 1TV Wednesday.
The move is expected after parliament unseated seven ministers in November last year and some others have resigned.
The changes will include four ministers and three new members of the Supreme Court, sources said.
Earlier, the second Vice President Sarwar Danish also confirmed the changes in the cabinet of the National Unity Government (NUG), he said fundamental changes will also be made in Administrative Reformation Commission and Human Rights Commission.
According to reports, Farooq Wardak is expected to be introduced as state minister of parliamentary affairs while Ghulam Nabi Farahi as Minister of Information and Culture.
Moreover, Fazal Ahmad Manawi Manavi, ex-Chairman of the Independent Election Commission (IEC), Gul Agha Shirzai, former governor of Nangarhar, Mohammad Asim ex-governor of Parwan, Asif Nang, governor of Farah and Waqif Hakimi, spokesman for Jamiat-e-Islami Party are also among the expected nominees.
This comes as President Ashraf Ghani recently introduced Nargis Nehan as nominee for minister of mines and petroleum position.