ISLAMABAD - The Implementation Commission is facing a lot of problems in the devolution of some of the subjects to provinces under the 18th Amendment and central board of films censorship (CBFC) department working as an autonomous organ of ministry of culture is one such gray areas. Sources in the ministry of culture informed The Nation that efforts were underway to keep the central board of films censorship intact as an autonomous department like higher education commission and national volunteers movement, and it should also be placed under the control of the cabinet division. The abolition of Concurrent List from the constitution following the passage of the 18th Constitutional Amendment led to the devolution of some 44 out of 47 subjects to the provinces and the implementation commission was facilitating the whole exercise but in it was facing a lot of difficulties while dealing with some of the autonomous departments dealing the things at the federal level. It was the international obligation of some of the allied departments of ministry of health and for that its devolution was deferred for the time being and now it would be placed in the third and final phase of devolution process to be completed by the end of June. The sources in the implementation commission informed The Nation that the difficulties in the devolution process were now surfacing at the execution stage as some of the allied departments of the ministries were having international obligations while the others devolution was not feasible due to inconvenience and problems associated with their handing over to the provinces. It was due to the impracticability of the devolution of certain departments associated with various ministries that it was decided that some departments like higher education commission and national volunteers movement would not be handed over to the provinces and these should be kept with the cabinet division. A similar move was also made by the officials of the central board of films censorship (CBFC) who thought Federal Minister for Culture Pir Aftab Hussain Jillani had moved their case to the chairman implementation commission and other concerned quarters to at least halt the transfer of CBFC to the provinces as it would add to the problems of the films producers who have to get their films cleared from all the four provinces to put it on display across the country. The sources aware of the developments taking place on this front informed that the federal minister for culture had initially attempted to get the culture ministry out of the list and he had written a letter to the chairman of the implementation commission, but the commission had not entertained his request.