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Sherzai - Biography - Political Career After Kandahar
... Nangarhar Province, after a spell as "Special Advisor" to Hamid Karzai ... However, Sherzai is an important political ally of Karzai, and looks to play a role in Afghan politics for some time to come ... Afghan President Hamid Karzai and Pakistan's prime minister Shaukat Aziz were also present there during the inauguration ...
Abdul Ahad Karzai
... Abdul Ahad Karzai (1922 – 14 July 1999) was a politician in Afghanistan, who served as the Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly of Afghanistan under King Zahir Shah in the 1960s ... He was the son of Khair Mohammad Khan and father of current Afghan President Hamid Karzai ... As head of the Popalzai Pashtun tribe, Abdul Ahad Karzai moved with his family from Kandahar to the capital Kabul upon his election to the Parliament ...
Ahmed Wali Karzai
... Ahmed Wali Karzai (Pashto احمد ولي کرزی‎, Aḥmad Walī Karzay, 1961 – 12 July 2011) was a prominent politician in Afghanistan and the younger ... Karzai formerly lived in the U.S ...
Afghan Presidential Election, 2009 - Accusations of A United Nations Cover-up
... of helping cover up electoral fraud and being biased in favor of Hamid Karzai, further accused the UN of fabricating the reason for his dismissal and of helping to cover up massive electoral fraud committed by ... the Afghan election as a "train wreck", and claimed "As many as 30% of Karzai's votes were fraudulent, and lesser fraud was committed on behalf of other candidates." ...
Afghan Presidential Election, 2009 - Perceived U.S. Interference - U.S. Efforts To Force A Power-sharing Deal
... American officials were making frantic efforts to force President Hamid Karzai into a power-sharing deal against his wishes, stating that "US officials have made ... election crisis into an opportunity for their purposes by forcing Karzai to share power in government with Dr ... According to The Telegraph, the fear is that if Karzai defies Washington and appoints his own choice of allies to key ministerial roles, he would be more "difficult for the West to influence" ...