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National Solidarity Party of Afghanistan

National Solidarity Party of Afghanistan
حزب پيوند ملی افغانستان
Leader Sayed Mansur Naderi
Secretary Zohoor Razmjo
Headquarters Kabul
Ideology Ismaili Tajik interests
Politics of Afghanistan
Political parties
Elections

The National Solidarity Party of Afghanistan (Persian: ‏حزب پيوند ملی افغانستانHezb-e-Paiwand Mili Afghanistan, Paiwand Milli, Paiwand Mili) is a political party representing the Tajik-Ismaili Afghan minority, largely found in Kabul Province, Baghlan Province, Bamyan Province, Balkh Province and Badakhshan province.[1] As recently as 2008 it was one of 84 political party registered with the Afghan Ministry of Justice, and headed by Sayed Mansur Naderi (or "Nadiri").[2]

Estimates of congressmen in the Wolesi Jirga affiliated with the Paiwand-e-milli range from 2 in 2005 [3] to 1 in 2006 [1] and 4 in 2010 which includes Sayed Mansur Naderi, Farkhunda Zahra Naderi, Sayed Dawood Naderi and Ramazan Jumazada.[4]

National Solidarity Party of Afghanistan endorsed Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai in the 2014 presidential election which leaded to Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai success. [5]

References

  1. ^ a b National Democratic Institute for International Affairs. Political Party Assessment: Afghanistan. Spring 2006
  2. ^ UK Border Agency. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN INFORMATION REPORT AFGHANISTAN. 18 FEBRUARY 2009
  3. ^ Andrew Wilder, AREU. A House Divided? Analysing the 2005 Afghan Elections. December 2005
  4. ^ Election Data. 2010 Wolesi Jirga Elections. 10 DECEMBER 2010
  5. ^ Tolo News. NSPA, Ismaili Sect Endorse Ashraf Ghani. 13 FEBRUARY 2014
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