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Mohammad Arif Noorzai

Mohammad Arif Khan Noorzai
Nationality Afghanistan
Occupation legislator
Known for His Bravely decision as a tribal leader

Mohammad Arif Noorzai was former minister of Border and Tribe . He was elected to represent Kandahar Province in Afghanistan's Wolesi Jirga, the lower house of its National Legislature, in 2005. He is the first deputy speaker of Afghanistan Wolesi Jirga and his current position is the Advisor of President Hamid Karzai for security and tribal affairs[1] He is a member of the Pashtun ethnic group, and the Noorzai tribe. A report on Kandahar prepared at the Navy Postgraduate School stated he is first deputy speaker, and that he is related to President Hamid Karzai through marriage, and that he is a high school graduate.

Biography

Mohammad Arif Khan Noorzai was born in 1959 at Kandahar province Afghanistan. He spend his early life while going to school at Kandahar province, later on after the RUSSIAN REGEEM An Afghanistan, his family moved towards {Pakistan} {kuchlak}as during the civil war He and his family was activated in there personal business.

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