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سیاست‌مدار اهل افغانستان است. | An Afghan politician and doctor of medicine, currently the leader of the Etelaf-e Milli.
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FAR: عبدالله عبدالله (زاده ۱۹۶۰ در کابل) سیاست‌مدار اهل افغانستان است. وی وزیر امور خارجه پیشین این کشور و از نامزدان ارشد مقام ریاست جمهوری در افغانستان است که معاونین اول و دوم انتخابی ایشان محمد خان و محمد محقق می باشد(۱۳۹۳). عبدالله از یاران نزدیک احمد شاه مسعود بود. او در دوران نبرد با طالبان، به‌عنوان سخنگوی جبهه مسعود و پل ارتباطی آنان با جهان شناخته می‌شد. عبدالله بین سال‌های ۲۰۰۱ تا ۲۰۰۶ در دولت حامد کرزی، وزیر امور خارجه ...
for17against   dr abdullah is the best leader for afghanistan we want change the people of konar iswith him, ameen
for3against   abdulla is the best leader of afghanistan i like him, ameen
for2against   THE great leader of afghanistan abdullah abdullah, ameen
for3against   What program he doesn't even know that what he is talking about and what he is going to do so just be a side because Mr.Ghani is coming and he is going to win, Paymaan
for2against   Huh Do you think that this murderer will win the election? I would rather keep my vote., Fazal
for2against   Now a days every one is coming to stand in elections don't worry guys he will never ever win just vote for the great Leader Mr.Ghani, Paymaan
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Dr. Abdullah Abdullah: Offensive proves Pak territory ...


... being used to destabilise region QUETTA: Dr Abdullah Abdullah – one of 41 candidates contesting Afghanistan’s upcoming presidential election in August – said on Monday that the ongoing military operation against the Taliban in Pakistan “self-evidently substantiates Kabul’s oft-repeated stance that Pakistani territory is being used by the Taliban and their supporters to destabilise Pakistan, Afghanistan and the entire region”.The former Afghan foreign minister, who was addressing a press conference over the telephone at the Quetta Press Club as part ...


Karzai's main challengers:Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah Abdullah


Afghan presidential campaign opens KABUL (AP) — A two-month campaign season began Tuesday for presidential elections to decide who leads Afghanistan for the next five years, as the Taliban rebellion grows more violent and the U.S. sends in tens of thousands of troops to combat it.Campaigning got off to a slow start. The only signs of activity were the posters of President Hamid Karzai — who is currently visiting Russia — and some of his 40 opponents in the Aug. 20 vote that appeared overnight on the streets of Kabul.Karzai, who has served as Afghan leader since soon after ...


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John Kerry praises Abdullah and Ghani as Afghanistan's struggles continue
Treasury says it cannot not pay civil servants salaries, casting a shadow on celebratory editorial by US secretary of stateSecretary of State John Kerry on Saturday saluted what he called the triumph of statesmanship and compromise in Afghanistan, which will inaugurate its new president on Monday. On the same day, however, the Afghan government said it would delay paying the October salaries of hundreds of thousands of civil servants, because it does not have enough money.Kerry was writing in the Washington Post ahead of the inauguration of President Ashraf Ghani, which he said would mark the first democratic transfer of power in Afghanistans history and the first peaceful leadership transition in more than 40 years. Continue reading...
Afghanistan power-sharing deal ends months of political gridlock
Reformist Ashraf Ghani will become president, while his rival Abdullah Abdullah will be able to fill new role of chief executiveAshraf Ghani, a former World Bank economist, has been officially declared the new president of Afghanistan, after three months of political deadlock was resolved through a new, untested power-sharing arrangement with his arch rival.Ghani signed the agreement with Abdullah Abdullah, his adversary in presidential elections in June that left the country suspended in acrimony, fraud allegations and political paralysis. Under the deal, Ghani will run the cabinet and be in charge of strategic functions, while Abdullah will be able to appoint a "chief executive" who will be in charge of daily duties. Continue reading...
This new era for Afghanistan has come at a cost | Michael Keating
The power-sharing deal hailed as a democratic breakthrough has left Afghans wondering what an election is forMany Afghans are scratching their heads trying to make sense of what has just happened in their country. What, some ask, was the point of the all-absorbing, expensive and divisive electoral exercise that has dominated the past six months?On Sunday the Afghan independent election commission declared Ashraf Ghani, former finance minister, the winner of the presidential elections. On the same day an agreement was signed between him and his rival, Abdullah Abdullah, former foreign minister, to establish a government of national unity. Continue reading...
The Guardian view on Afghanistans new government | Editorial
Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah Abdullah have done a deal, now they have to work togetherIt wont be Surrey, a British general said earlier this year, discussing the approaching Afghan elections. After two votes, much wrangling over cheating, an elaborate investigation of irregularities, and anguished mediation by the US and the UN, its even less like Surrey. Afghanistan finally has a new government, but it is one uneasily based on power-sharing between the declared winner, Ashraf Ghani, and his rival, Abdullah Abdullah. Neither would concede victory to the other after the second-round elections in June, and the only way to prevent a complete collapse of the political process was to offer a deal that would give both men and their followers roles in a government of national unity. US secretary of state John Kerry backed that up with threats that Afghanistan could lose the aid it desperately needs if they did not settle and, grudgingly and cantankerously, they eventually have. With the Taliban



 
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