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Elected Lawmakers of Afghan House of Representatives (23): Path of 3 Lawmakers from Samangan and Badakhshan Provinces

Elected Lawmakers of Afghan House of Representatives (23): Path of 3 Lawmakers from Samangan and Badakhshan Provinces

4 May 2019

Makhdum Abdalullah Mohammadi

Makhdum Abdalullah Mohammadi was born in 1977 in Ruyi Du Ab district of Samangan province. He completed his studies in Islamic Religious Studies in 2007.

After his father’s killing, Mr. Mohammadi wasn’t able to continue education for a while, but in 2009 he entered Sharia faculty of Kabul University and earned his bachelor’s degree in 2013.

Prior to his candidature to parliamentary elections from Samangan province, Mr. Mohammadi had been busy with social activities. He has also worked in the presidential palace during Hamid Karzai government. It was then that upon the request of people of Samangan he nominated himself for Afghan Parliament.

It is the second time that he entered Afghan parliament representing people of Samangan. In previous term of the house, he served as secretary of Complaints Commission of House of Representatives.

Mr. Mohammadi says his father was member of Islamic and National Revolution Movement of Afghanistan led by Mohammad Nabi Mohammadi, but he does not hold membership in any political party.

Sadeqa Adib

Sadeqa Adib daughter of Ghulam Rabbani was born in 1990 in Gangom Qul village in Kasham district of Badakhshan province. She graduated from Naw Abad Gangom Qul Female School in 2009. Ms Adib obtained her bachelor’s degree in Sharia from Salam University.

After her graduation from university, Ms Adib has served as lecturer in a Teacher Training Collage. She is fluent in Dari, Uzbeki and Arabic Languages. It is the first time that Ms Adib has entered House of Representatives. Ms Adib is an ethnic Uzbek and holds the membership of National Islamic Movement of Afghanistan.

Fazal Azim Mojaddedi

Fazal Azim Mojaddedi son of Ghulam Hujatullah Mojaddedi was born in 1958 in Qala Gonbad village in Jurm district of Badakhshan province.

Mr. Mojaddedi completed his primary and high school education in Jurm district. He obtained a bachelor’s degree from Geology faculty of Kabul University in 1980. He also studied in Jamaluddin Afghan Higher Education Institute.

Mr. Mojaddedi served in government after his graduation from university. In 1993 he was appointed as director of 10th NDS directorate of Afghanistan.

During Resistance in north of the country, he served in the political spheres of the Resistance Front, and after fall of Taliban, he was appointed and served as director of 10th NDS directorate of Afghanistan. He has entered the parliament for a third time with the votes of Badakhshan people.

Ahmad Shah Karimi contributed reporting.

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