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رمضان بشردوست;  رمضان بشردوست; 
رمضان بشردوست; 
سیاستمدار افغان، عضو شورای ملی افغانستان. | An Afghan politician, member of the National Assembly of Afghanistan.


رمضان بشردوست;



رمضان بشردوست نماینده پارلمان افغانستان (ولسی جرگه) و یکی از نامزدهای انتخابات ریاست جمهوری افغانستان در سال ۱۳۸۸ خورشیدی است.


رمضان بشردوست متولد ولایت غزنی است. او از دانشگاه تولوز فرانسه دکترای حقوق و علوم سیاسی گرفته است. بشردوست در سال ۱۳۸۱ کارمند وزارت خارجه شد و در سال ۱۳۸۳ پس از برکناری محمد محقق از وزارت پلان/برنامه ریزی به این وزارت رسید. آقای بشردوست پس از چند ماه کار در این مقام تصمیم به انحلال ۱۹۳۵ سازمان غیردولتی (NGO) گرفت، اما موفق به این کار نشد و در پی آن از وزارت برنامه ریزی استعفا داد. او برای مدت کوتاهی به تدریس حقوق و علوم سیاسی در دانشگاه کاپیسا در شمال کابل پرداخت. آقای بشردوست در حال حاضر عضو مجلس نمایندگان ا ست. بشردوست در انتخابات پارلمانی ۱۳۸۴ شرکت کرد و با رای بالایی به عنوان نماینده کابل به مجلس نمایندگان راه یافت.


اقای بشر دوست در انتخابات پارلمانی، مبارزات انتخاباتی خود را از یک خیمه/چادر کوچک در پارکی در مرکز شهر کابل مدیریت می کرد. آقای بشردوست این خیمه را "خیمه ملت" نامید و پس از راه یافتن به مجلس نمایندگان آن را در مقابل ساختمان مجلس نمایندگان برافراشت. این خیمه محل دیدارهای او با مردم و هواداران او است و درحال حاضر مبارزات انتخاباتی خود را نیز از همین خیمه رهبری می کند.


آقای بشردوست از منتقدان سرسخت حکومت حامد کرزی است. او از موجودیت فساد در ادارات دولتی و پرداخت حقوق بالا به کارمندان ارشد دولتی و مشاوران خارجی آنها به شدت انتقاد کرده است. بشردوست بارها تاکید کرده که حقوق اعضای شورای ملی هم باید در حد حقوق یک کارمند ساده دولتی باشد. او خود حقوق ماهیانه خود را به افراد و خانواده های فقیر کابل می دهد.







Ramazan Bashardost (Persian: رمضان بشردوست‎) (born 1965) is former Planning Minister of Afghanistan, a member of the National Assembly of Afghanistan, and was an independent candidate in the Afghan presidential election, 2009.


Political activity

After years in exile, Bashardost returned to Afghanistan in 2002 to work in the UN Department of Afghanistan's Foreign Affairs Ministry. In 2003, he was appointed as Director of European and Western Political Affairs Department in the ministry. In March 2004, he was appointed minister of planning but resigned that December in protest at the government's alleged inability to take action over 2,000 Afghan and international non governmental organisations (NGOs) outlawed by his ministry in Afghanistan.


In 2004 Bashardost published his book, Basic Political, Military and Diplomatic Laws of Afghanistan - From the era of Ahmad Shah Baba (1225 Hejri) to current years, in which he presented his analysis of the history of laws in Afghanistan. The book won an award at the Academy of Political Sciences of France, the first award won by an independent Afghan scientist and scholar. Dr. Bashardost has no affiliations with any tribal, military or political party. He is in an independent scholar and political activist, well known for his support and defense of human rights. He is well known as a prominent voice against the corrupt Afghan authorities of the past three decades, and a bold reformer and critic of the government.


In 2004/05 he briefly served as Afghanistan's Planning Minister. He was critical of the role played by NGOs and claimed that majority of them were a source of Afghanistan money drain. He particularly highlighted the hefty amounts paid to the NGO employees and ministers as compared to the average income of less than a dollar average national income. Controversy surrounded his stance, and he had to resign under government and foreign pressure. However, his outspoken criticism of the government and his firm stances against corruption and for public welfare won him widespread support. In 2006 he was elected as Kabul's representative in the parliamentary elections. He won the third highest number of votes, which spanned across ethnic and linguistic groups.


Ramazan Bashardost registered for the presidential election on 7 May 2009. His first VP is agriculture institute professor Mohammad Mosa Barekzai, and the second VP is Afifa Maroof, who works in the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission. A white dove, the symbol of peace, is Bashardost's emblem for the election. Preliminary results placed him 3rd in a field of 38. In the provinces Ghazni and Daykundi he beat the two main candidates Karzai and Abdullah.




last update: 2014-04-09

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