159- Allah Nazar Nazari Turkmani
Elected from: Kunduz, Votes: 4124
Son of Ana Murad, Alhaj Nazari Turkmani is born in 1973 in the Qala Zal District of Kunduz Province. His mother language is Turkmen but he speaks Turkish, Arabic, Urdu, Dari, Pashto, and English. Turkmani completed his secondary education at the Mawlawi Sarajuddin High School in Kunduz Province in 2005. He received a diploma in Islamic Studies and Journalism from Hayat Abad University of Pakistan in 1990. Currently, he is a student of Law and Political Science at a private university in Kunduz. Turkmani worked in an orphanage in Kabul for one year. He was the Secretary to the Speaker of the Wolesi Jirga from 2005 to 2010. Turkmani is affiliated with the Hezb-e-Junbish Milli Islami Afghanistan. He was the deputy for Parliamentary Election Affairs at the Third Congress of the party.
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160- Eng. Kamal Sapai
Elected from: Kunduz, Votes: 5705
Son o Sawdagar, Eng. Kamal is born in 1973 in the Dasht Archi District of Kunduz Province. Kamal’s mother language is Pashto but he speaks Dari, Urdu, and English. Kamal completed his secondary education at Abdullah Bin Masoud Higher Secondary School in Pakistan in 1987. He earned a bachelor degree from the University of Engineering and Technology of Taxila, Pakistan in 1994. He has a master degree in Leadership and Management Skills Development from the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) in 2007. Kamal participated in social, civic, and political activities during and after his studies and worked primarily with NGOs. He was a member of the Blood Donation Society, manager of the Afghan Immigrants Camp in Pakistan, and director of the north zone of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) in Wadan, Afghanistan. He is also a member of UNITAR in Afghanistan. Kamal is the director of a construction joint venture company and of the Society for Sustainable Development of Afghanistan (SSDA). He served as regional manager with the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) from 2001 to 2006. 2
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161- Dr. Fatima Aziz
Elected from: Kunduz, Votes: 2172
Daughter of Abdul Aziz, Dr. Fatima Aziz is born in 1972 in Kunduz city. Her mother language is Dari but she speaks Pashto, English, and Urdu. Aziz completed her secondary education at Naswan High School in Kunduz in 1987. She earned her bachelor degree in medicine from Kabul Medical University in 1993. After receiving her degree, she started working as a doctor in Wazir Akbar Khan and Malalai hospitals in Kabul, as well as in the provincial hospital of Kunduz. She worked with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) for one year. Aziz was elected to parliament in 2005. She participated in the Emergency Loya Jirga in 2002 and in the Peace Jirga representing Kunduz Province in 2010. 201
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162- Shaista Baz Nasiri
Elected from: Kunduz, Votes: 3874
Son of Haji Lal Baz, Shaista Baz Nasiri is born in 1976 in Khanabad District of Kunduz. He speaks Pashto and Dari. Nasiri completed his secondary education at Khan Abad High School in Kunduz province. He graduated 12th class in 2003. Currently, he is studying Law at the Dawat University of Kabul. Nasiri has wide working experience in construction companies and in the agricultural sector. He was the border manager of the Shir Khan Border in 2006. He is also a landowner. 206
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163- Shukria Paykan Ahmadi
Elected from: Kunduz, Votes: 3200
Daughter of Mahmood Khan, Shukria Paykan Ahmadi is born in 1968 in the center of Kunduz Province. Her mother language is Uzbek but she speaks Dari, Pashto, and English. Ahmadi completed her primary and secondary education at Mariam High School in Kabul Province in 1984. She received her bachelor degree in Planning and Economics from the Agricultural University of Kabul in 1989. After receiving her bachelor degree, Ahmadi worked as a teacher at Spen Adi School in Kabul from 1981 to 1990. She then joined Zargona High School in Kabul from 1990 to 1993. She then taught Agriculture at Balkh University when the Taliban forced women to stay at home. She resumed her position in 2002 and stayed for a further two years before becoming a teacher at the Technical Institute in Balkh in 2004. She resigned from this post to run in the 2005 parliamentary election and was elected to parliament in 2005.
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164- Abdul Wudod Payman
Elected from: Kunduz, Votes: 4063
Abdul Wudod Payman is the son of Muhammad Kabir, and is born in 1958 in the Anaba District of Panjshair Province. His first language is Dari and he speaks Urdu and Arabic. Payman completed his secondary education at Rukha High School in Panjshir in 1977. He then graduated from the Hadiqatull-Ulom Islamic Madrasa of Peshawar in 1981. Much of Payman’s experience is in teaching Islamic studies. He also fought with the Mujahideen. He has served as a political officer for the National Guard of the Ministry of Defense and as a director in the Air Force. He worked as a businessman dealing in precious stones. Payman is affiliated with Hezb-e-Islami Afghanistan, led by Abdul Hadi Arghandiwal. He joined the party in 1976. He participated in the Emergency Loya Jirga in 2002 and the Constitutional Loya Jirga in 2003. 207
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165- Mualim Chahari
Elected from: Kunduz, Votes: 3651
Mualim Chahari is the son of Muhammad Rahim, and is born in 1946 in the Qalai Zal District of Kunduz Province. Chahari can speak Dari and Pashto. Chahari completed his primary education in Qalai Zal School and graduated at the Teachers Training Institute of Kunduz in 1971. Chahari has more than nine years experience as a teacher in government schools in Kunduz. He became a jihadi commander in 1980. Chahari has served as governor of districts in Kunduz province, including Qala-e Zal for two years, Ali Abad for two years and Char Dara for three years. 202
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166- Said Dawoud Nadiri
Elected from: Kunduz, Votes: 3629
Son of Sayed Abdul Qadir, Said Dawoud Nadiri is born in 1972 in the Doshi District of Baghlan Province. His mother language is Dari but he speaks Pashto, English, and French. Nadiri completed his primary and secondary education in the United Kingdom in 1991. He has a bachelor degree in Literature from a Manchester, United Kingdom University, in 1996. Nadiri was a businessman, importing and exporting cars and he is a member of the Executive Council of Hezb-e-Paiwand Milli Afghanistan. 205
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167- Haji Abdul Raouf Ibrahimi
Elected from: Kunduz, Votes: 6978
Abdul Rauf Ibrahimi is born in Hazrat Imam Sahib District of northern Kunduz Province in 1962. After completing high school education in1979, he was admitted to the Languages and Literature Faculty of Kabul University. But he joined the jihad when the former Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan. Following mujahidin’s victory, he was appointed as Sher Khan Dry Port director in 1993. Subsequently, he was appointed as commander of 3rd southern border police zone. After the collapse of the Taliban regime, he worked as commander of border police in 2002 before being elected as Emergency Loya Jirga member the same year. Ibrahimi was elected as Wolesi Jirga (lower house) member from Kunduz in 2005. He won a parliamentary seat for the second time in 2010 when he was elected as speaker of the Wolesi Jirga in February 2011. Currently, he is pursuing his BA in the Arabic Department of the Literature Faculty at the Kabul University.
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