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سیاست‌مدار برجستهٔ افغان. | An Afghan prominent politician and statesman. The current President of Afghanistan.
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FAR: حامد کَرزَی سیاست‌مدار برجستهٔ افغان، در حال حاضر رییس جمهور کشور افغانستان است. وی از زمان سرنگونی حکومت طالبان تاکنون این سمت را بر عهده دارد. پیشینه حامد کَرزی در ۲۴ دسامبر سال ۱۹۵۷ میلادی، در روستای کرز در نزدیکی قندهار (ولایتی در جنوب افغانستان) متولد شد. پدرش عبدالاحد کرزی از متنفذان قوم پوپلزی و معاون رییس پارلمان افغانستان در سال‌های دهه شصت میلادی بود. عبدالاحد کرزی، در اواخر دهه نود، در شهر کویته پاکستان کشته شد. حامد ...
for5against   we love you . At least you are honestnot like other people with double face and lies about who they are., moh.lov123
for2against   We love you President Karzai. No one could do work as he did. others are just useless people. Everyone to Vote for Karzai Please Think he is good for all of us., harris
for2against   I love you Karzai and you are the one who protected our country in last few years from our neighborhood countries. Best Luck, Fazal
for1against   Besides shtortcomings in his admin Karzai is much better than many present candidates. I hope he has learned from his experiences during his tenure. Jihad is his biggest weaknesses, ghorzang
for1against   we do not want you to be our President of Afghanistan any more.leave this it to some one eals., sameera
for1against   I can't Imagen u ll lead the country agian .. plz plz plz give to other ppl chance .. leave Us .. we dnt need U .., rose
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Poll Shows Drop in Support of Karzai as Afghan Leader


KABUL, Afghanistan — Support for President Hamid Karzai has dropped sharply since his election in 2004, with fewer than a third of Afghans supporting his re-election, according to the results of a poll released Monday. The poll, conducted by the International Republican Institute, a nonprofit pro-democracy group affiliated with the Republican Party and financed by the American government, found that only 31 percent of Afghans said they would vote for Mr. Karzai again, far less than in 2004, when he won with 54 percent of the vote. Fewer than half — 43 percent — said that ...


Karzai demands end to US strikes in Afghanistan


Afghan President Hamid Karzai today demanded an end to air strikes by US and allied forces in his country, which he said has resulted in heavy civilian casualties. Early this week, some 100 civilians were killed in US air strikes, which were later regretted by US President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The US has ordered a joint investigation into the incident with the government of Afghanistan."We believe strongly that air strikes are not an effective way in fighting terrorism. That's not good for the US, that's not good for Afghanistan, that's not good for the ...


Hamid Karzai promises change in marriage law


A controversial Afghan law critics say legalizes marital rape will be changed to remove concerns that it violates human rights.Afghan President Hamid Karzai made that promise today, his strongest comments yet against the measure which sparked an international outcry. Karzai previously had suspended the legislation for judicial review.The law says a husband can demand sex with his wife every four days unless she is ill or would be harmed by intercourse. It also regulates when and for what reasons a wife may leave her home alone. ... See Kristv


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Afghanistan elections: early signs point to second round showdown
Former foreign minister Abdullah Abdullah and former finance minister Ashraf Ghani appear to be leading presidential raceAfghanistan has begun tallying votes from the weekend's historic presidential elections, a process that will take weeks to complete, but rough early counts suggest that the country is heading for a second-round showdown between two former ministers.Voters defied Taliban intimidation, turning out in unexpectedly high numbers on Saturday to choose a successor to Hamid Karzai, who has ruled for 12 years and is barred by the constitution from seeking a third term. Continue reading...
Election is a 'slap in the face of the enemies of Afghanistan' - video
Ballot boxes are collected on Sunday after Afghanistan's presidential election which saw a huge turnout of an estimated seven million voters. Despite security threats from the Taliban the election took place on Saturday with only a small number of minor attacks. This will be the country's first democratic transfer of power as President Hamid Karzai steps down after 12 years Continue reading...
Russia hopes infrastructure projects will build bridges in Afghanistan
Vladimir Putin hopes to promote Kremlin's interests as revival of Soviet-era development projects coincides with US withdrawalTo the white-bearded Afghan machinists, it felt like the cold war era had returned. After 25 years of working in a sprawling Soviet-built factory a vestige of a war and occupation long extinguished they suddenly spotted a new shipment of gleaming Russian equipment arriving last autumn on an 18-wheeler. The factory was abuzz. The Russians were back.As the US-led war winds down and Russia reasserts itself in Ukraine and the Middle East, Moscow is also ramping up its investment in Afghanistan. It is rebuilding the relics of the Soviet occupation and promoting its own political and cultural prowess. Continue reading...
Obama congratulates Afghanistan on election turnout
According to preliminary estimates, about 58% of eligible voters turned out for presidential votePresident Barack Obama congratulated the millions of people in Afghanistan who voted in the country's presidential election on Saturday, calling the event a milestone in their drive to take full responsibility for their country.Turnout was 7 million out of 12 million eligible voters, or about 58%, according to preliminary estimates in what will bring the first-ever democratic transfer of power in a country plagued by conflict. Continue reading...



 
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