Afghan Transitional Administration

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this point stayed vacant. Before the end of June Karzai named a Stat adviser to the Women's Affairs Ministry and later also a formal Women's Affairs Minister. In these last days of June Karzai also added two more vice-presidents and another National Security Adviser. More Pashtun representation The interim government was for a great deal dominated by Tajik (Tajik people) warlords from the Northern Alliance, so the Pasthun (Pashtun people) majority wanted the following transitional

Northern Alliance commanders, although none of them had the same ethnic background. The powerful Tajik (Tajik people) Jamiat-e Islami trio Fahim, Qanuni and Abdullah kept important positions in the new cabinet. The powerful warlord Ismail Khan was not part of the administration, but he was represented by his son, Mir Wais Saddiq. Hoever Saddiq was assassinated in 2004 while being in office as minister. Another powerful warlord, the Uzbek (Uzbek people) Abdul Rashid Dostum was also

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Northern Alliance commanders, although none of them had the same ethnic background. The powerful Tajik (Tajik people) Jamiat-e Islami trio Fahim, Qanuni and Abdullah kept important positions in the new cabinet. The powerful warlord Ismail Khan was not part of the administration, but he was represented by his son, Mir Wais Saddiq. Hoever Saddiq was assassinated in 2004 while being in office as minister. Another powerful warlord, the Uzbek (Uzbek people) Abdul Rashid Dostum was also


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consolidated his control over the region. He took over control of the city from the local ulema and quickly established control over the trade route between Herat and Iran, a large source of revenue. Johnson, C. & Leslie, J. "Afghanistan: The Mirage of Peace", New York: Zed Books, 2008. p47-69, 180. As Emir of Herat, Ismail Khan exercised great autonomy, providing social welfare for Heratis, expanding his power into neighbouring provinces, and maintaining direct international contacts. Johnson, C. & Leslie, J. "Afghanistan: The Mirage of Peace", New York: Zed Books, 2008. p180. Although hated by the educated in Herat and often accused of human rights abuses, Ismail Khan's regime provided security, paid government employees, and made investments in public services. Johnson, C. & Leslie, J. "Afghanistan: The Mirage of Peace", New York: Zed Books, 2008. p69. However, during his tenure as Governor, Ismail Khan was accused of ruling his province like a private fiefdom, leading to increasing tensions with the Afghan Transitional Administration. In particular, he refused to pass on to the government the revenues gained from custom taxes on goods from Iran and Turkmenistan. thumb NATO (File:Military terminal at Kabul International Airport.jpg)'s military terminal at Kabul International Airport In October 2001, the United States armed forces assisted by British Armed Forces provided massive air support to United Front (United Islamic Front for the Salvation of Afghanistan) (Northern Alliance) ground forces during Operation Enduring Freedom (War in Afghanistan (2001-present)). The Taliban abandoned Kabul and the United Front came to take control of the city. In December 2001, Kabul became the capital of the Afghan Transitional Administration, which transformed to the present Government of Afghanistan (Karzai administration) that is led by President Hamid Karzai. ISAF was initially charged with securing Kabul and surrounding areas from the Taliban, al Qaeda and factional warlords, so as to allow for the establishment of the Afghan Transitional Administration headed by Hamid Karzai. Official Documents System of the United Nations In October 2003, the UN Security Council authorized the expansion of the ISAF mission throughout Afghanistan, * Cleanup needed (updated by bot) ** 20 - Abaidullah, Afghan Transitional Administration, Afghanistan, Apak Khoja, Aryob, Asii, Central Asia Shepherd Dog, Gholam Serwar Nasher, Invasion of India by Scythian Tribes, Lake Sayram, Ma Hun-shan, Muhammad Amin Bughra, Paghman Gardens, Pashtunistan, Sayed Azam, Shahi, Syed Abdul Jabbar Shah, UNHCR Afghan repatriation programs, Xinjiang coins, Zeyno Baran * Expansion needed (updated by bot)


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Pashtun Incumbent (before chairman) - Vice-President and Defense Minister (Afghan Defense Minister) Mohammed Fahim Tajik (Tājik people) Incumbent - Vice-President Karim Khalili Hazara (Hazara people) New - Vice-President Hedayat Amin Arsala Pashtun (Pashtun people) New (was Finance Minister) - Vice-President and Public Works Minister (Afghan Public Works Minister) Abdul Qadir (Afghan leader) Abdul Qadir

Abdul Ali (Abdul Ali (Afghan politician)) Pashtun (Pashtun people) New (was Urban Affairs Minister) (killed on July 6, 2002) New (Ali only took over the Public Works portfolio after July 6, 2002 - Vice-President and head of the Afghan Constitution Commission Nematullah Shahrani Uzbek (Uzbek people) New - Special Advisor on Security and Education Minister (Afghan Education Minister) Yunus Qanooni


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transformed to the present Government of Afghanistan (Karzai administration) that is led by President Hamid Karzai. ISAF was initially charged with securing Kabul and surrounding areas from the Taliban, al Qaeda and factional warlords, so as to allow for the establishment of the Afghan Transitional Administration headed by Hamid Karzai.708 55 PDF N0170855.pdf?OpenElement Official Documents System of the United Nations<

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of a temporary administration of Afghanistan put in place by the loya jirga (2002 loya jirga) of June 2002. It succeeded the Afghan Interim Administration, which was installed after the Bonn Conference (Bonn Conference (Afghanistan)). Background Following the invasion of Afghanistan (War in Afghanistan (2001–present)), a U.N.-sponsored conference of a few Afghan leaders in Bonn led to the appointment of the Afghan Interim Administration under the chairmanship of Hamid Karzai

and the American-backed chairman of the Afghan Interim Administration Hamid Karzai. Karzai was also supported by Abdullah Abdullah and Mohammad Fahim, two important leaders of the Northern Alliance. A third possible candidate was Zahir Shah, former king of Afghanistan until 1973. He had spent years living in Rome but had returned to Afghanistan after the fall of the Taliban regime. Already at the Bonn Conference (Bonn Conference (Afghanistan)) which installed


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appointed Qanuni special adviser on security, which made Qanuni de facto supervisor of Wardak, he decided to join the administration anyway, but he also formed a party outside of the government and run for president in the next elections. Women's Affairs There was also controversy around the post of minister for woman's affairs: Interim Womans Affairs Minister Sima Samar had been very outspoken and she had been threatened and complaints against here were


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of Northern Alliance troops in Kabul on November 13. The main goals of the war were to defeat the Taliban, drive al-Qaeda out of Afghanistan, and capture key al-Qaeda leaders. In December 2001, the Pentagon reported that the Taliban had been defeated,

Shanker, Tom and Eric Schmitt work The New York Times title A Nation Challenged; Military Campaign; Taliban Defeated, Pentagon Asserts, but War Goes On but cautioned that the war would go on to continue weakening Taliban and al-Qaeda leaders. Later that month the UN had installed the Afghan Transitional Administration chaired by Hamid Karzai.


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Afghan Transitional Administration

The '''Afghan Transitional Administration''' ('''ATA'''), also known as the '''Afghan Transitional Authority''', was the name of a temporary administration of Afghanistan put in place by the loya jirga (2002 loya jirga) of June 2002. It succeeded the Afghan Interim Administration, which was installed after the Bonn Conference (Bonn Conference (Afghanistan)).

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