Who was the president of Afghanistan in 2002?

Who was the president of Afghanistan in 2002?

Hamid Karzai
In office 22 December 2001 – 29 September 2014 Acting: 22 December 2001 – 13 July 2002
Vice President Hedayat Amin Arsala Mohammed Fahim Nematullah Shahrani Karim Khalili Abdul Qadir Ahmad Zia Massoud Yunus Qanuni
Preceded by Burhanuddin Rabbani
Succeeded by Ashraf Ghani

Who is the real president of Afghanistan?

The president of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan is the head of state and head of government of Afghanistan and Commander-in-Chief of Afghan Armed Forces. The incumbent office holder is Ashraf Ghani.

How old is Ashraf Ghani?

72 years (May 19, 1949)
Ashraf Ghani/Age

Who was the first democratically elected president of Afghanistan?

The former president Hamid Karzai became the first ever democratically elected head of state of Afghanistan on 7 December 2004. The current president is Ashraf Ghani, since 29 September 2014. King, Returned to Afghanistan to contest the throne during the 1928–29 civil war; Eventually retreated back into British India.

Who is the current head of state of Afghanistan?

Since 1978, Afghanistan has been in a state of continuous internal conflict and foreign interventions . The former president Hamid Karzai became the first ever democratically elected head of state of Afghanistan on 7 December 2004. The current president is Ashraf Ghani, since 29 September 2014.

Who was the leader of Afghanistan in 1944?

King; rule limited to the Eastern Province during the 1944–47 tribal revolts. President; Member of the Barakzai dynasty (first cousin of Mohammed Zahir Shah); Assassinated with most of his family during the Saur Revolution. Shortly afterwards, the new military leaders announced that Khan was killed for refusing to pledge allegiance.

What was the number of US troops in Afghanistan in 2004?

April 2004: The number swells to 20,300 as the U.S. builds up forces along the Afghan-Pakistani border and provides security for fledgling reconstruction projects. December 2006:Attention has shifted to the escalating war in Iraq; the force in Afghanistan remains just over 20,000.

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