Who was the president of Afghanistan?

Who was the president of Afghanistan?

Ashraf Ghani

When was Hamid Karzai president?

Karzai was sworn in as President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan on 7 December 2004, at a formal ceremony in Kabul.

How old is Hamid Karzai?

63 years (December 24, 1957)
Hamid Karzai/Age

Who is the leader of Iraq?

Barham Salih

Is Rula Ghani Afghan?

Rula Ghani was born Rula Saade and raised in Lebanon to a Lebanese Christian family. She received a diploma from Sciences Po, France, in 1969. Ghani holds citizenship in Afghanistan, Lebanon, and the United States. She reportedly speaks Arabic, English, French, Pashto and Dari.

Who are the candidates for president of Afghanistan?

By April 2014 three candidates gave up the race and decided to support some of the eight remaining candidates. Opinion polls showed Abdullah Abdullah and Ashraf Ghani as the front-runners and indeed the results of the first round of the election had Abdullah in the lead and Ghani behind him.

Who is the head of state of Afghanistan?

The president of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan is the head of state and head of government of Afghanistan. The incumbent office holder is Ashraf Ghani, However on 9 March 2020, his opponent Abdullah Abdullah inagurated himself as President, therefore disputing the Presidency.

What was the Constitution of Afghanistan in 2004?

Article 62 of the Constitution of Afghanistan of 2004 states that a candidate for the office of President: not have previously served more than one term as President.

Who was the first president and Prime Minister of Afghanistan?

The first president of Afghanistan was Mohamed Daoud Khan. The current president of Afghanistan is Ashraf Ghani. Sardar Mohammed Daoud Khan, better known as Daoud Khan, was a Prime Minister of Afghanistan who became its first President after he overthrew King Zanir Shah in a bloodless coup in 1973.

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