1- Establishment of the legal place of the State Ministry for Parliamentary Affairs in the framework of the constitution and other laws of Afghanistan.
2- Arrangement and provision of parliamentary relations with the government's three main bodies, in particular the consolidation of parliamentary relations between the executive and legislative branches, while observing the principle of separation of powers.
3- Developing specific policies in relation to government-defined priorities to strengthen effective and efficient relations between the three branches of the country, executive, legislative and judiciary.
4- Negotiate, conclude agreements and treaties with friend countries and International colleagues of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in parliamentary affairs in order to enhance, regulate and advancement of affairs through using the successful versions of the world with the similar parliamentary affairs organizations.
5- Develop and strengthen the administrative and organizational structure of the Ministry in accordance with the changes and requirements of the day.