1-Alhaj Ustad Najya Aymaq
Elected from: Baghlan, Votes: 1373
Alhaj Ustad Najya Aymaq is daughter of Alhaj Juma Khan; Aymaq is born in 1971 in Pul-i-Khumri District of the province. Her family hails from the Dahna Ghori area. Aymaq completed her primary and secondary education at Islam Qala School in Pul-i-Khumri in 1984. She received her bachelor degree in literature from the Kabul’s Pedagogical University in 1991. She speaks Dari. Aymaq worked as a teacher in a school for one year and then taught at the Teacher Training University in the province for 15 years. She was also the director of a governmental teacher training organization in Baghlan from 2002 to 2003. Aymaq was a member of the 2005 parliament and she was also a member of the Emergency Loya Jirga.
Elected from: Baghlan, Votes: 3856
Delawar Aymaq is born in 1963 in Nahrain District of the province; Aymaq is the son of Shair Muhammad. He speaks Dari and Pashto fluently. He completed his primary and secondary education in Nahrain District, and earned his bachelor degree from the Army University (Harbi Pohantun) in Kabul in 1982. Aymaq was a military officer in the 20Army division during the 1980s.
3-Shukria Esa Khil
Elected from: Baghlan, Votes: 5247
Shukria Esakhil is born in 1967 in the provincial capital of Pul-i-Khumri, Esakhil speaks Pashto, Dari, and to some extent English. She earned her bachelor degree in literature from Baghlan University in 2005. She started her career as a schoolteacher and taught in various schools in her province. She enjoyed working in the Independent Election Commission and the Office of the Afghanistan Constitution. She was a representative of the Baghlan people in the Emergency Loya Jirga in 2002. Esakhil was elected to the parliament in 2005. She is affiliated with Hezb-e-Afghan Millat, led by Anwar ul-HaqAhadi, an Afghan politician and the incumbent minister of commerce.
Elected from: Baghlan, Votes: 5362
Obaidullah Ramin is orn in 1952 in Baghlan, Ramin is the son of Muhammad Omar and his family hails from a prominent dynasty in the Khost-o- Fereng District. He speaks Dari, Pashto, and English. Ramin completed his primary education from Khost-o- Fereng High School and then went to Baghlan High School where he completed his secondary education. He earned his bachelor degree in Agriculture from Kabul University in 1976. From 1977 to 1978, he studied at length to know how financial institutions can help promote agriculture sector. Ramin served as director of the Center of Traders and Crafts Workers--- an industrial organization--- till 2003. He then joined the Afghan Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ACCI). Ramin served in several positions including inspector at the Agricultural Bank from 1975 to 1977, director of the Banks' Cooperative from 1980 to 1982, director of the Agricultural Development Bank from 2003 to 2004, acting director of the Agricultural Unity of Afghanistan Organization in 2004, and minister of Agriculture and Food in 2004. Ramin has personal interest in business and has his family is connected to the profitable Afghan Wireless Communication Company (AWCC).
5-Haji Ashuqullah Wafa
Elected from: Baghlan, Votes: 6029
Haji Ashuqullah Wafa is born in 1969 in Pul-i-Khumri District of Baghlan Province. He speaks Dari. Wafa graduated with a 12th class certificate from high school in Baghlan Province in 1983.Wafa is a businessman and owns a fuel company. He is currently building a private university and gym at his home province.
6-Said Mansoor Naderi
Elected from: Baghlan, Votes: 7849
Said Mansoor Naderi (also referred to as Sayed Nadir Kayan) is the son of Sayed Nadir Shah. He is born in 1936 in Doshi District of Baghlan. Naderi studied literature, social and cultural studies, politics, poetry, and Islamic studies at various private institutions in Afghanistan. During his years as a military commander, Naderi was a senator in the Najibullah government and later became vice president of Burhannudin Rabbani. He has been an MP since he was first elected in 2005. Naderi is the leader of the Hezb-e-Paiwand Milli--- Afghanistan’s political party. He is a member of the High Peace Council. Naderi is widely considered to be the religious leader of the Ismaili Shia sect in Afghanistan. He holds the honorary title of Sayed of Kayan, held in high esteem in the Islamic world. During the Communist era, Naderi was head of the 80th Armored Division, based in Pul-i-Khumri, which defected to the Mujahideen in 1992 and joined the Northern Alliance to fight the Taliban in later years. Naderi family owns businesses including construction companies and the “Finest” supermarket chain. Naderi himself has traveled to Germany, Russia, China, India, Britain, France, the United States, and many other countries. He is a great fan of sports. He speaks Dari as well as English.
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7-Muhammad Azim Muhseni
Elected from: Baghlan, Votes: 4551
Muhammad Azim Muhseni is born in 1975 in Andarab District of Baghlan Province, Muhseni is the son of Muhammad Muhsin. He speaks Dari and Pashto. Muhseni completed his primary education in Sangaran School, Andarab in 1994 and completed his secondary education in Sangaran High School in 1999. He earned his bachelor degree in Literature Faculty from the University of Baghlan Province in 2007. Muhseni was a military commander and fought with the Mujahideen in 2001. He was the camp commander of 20th division. He has now his own business, and is the director of the Pamir Company.
8- Dr. Muhiuddin Mahdi
Elected from: Baghlan, Votes: 5154
Dr. Muhiuddin Mahdi is born in 1955 in Andarab District of Baghlan province; Mahdi is a well-known intellectual and author of text books and has written over thirty seven books on linguistic, literature, politics and social issues. His mother language is Dari but he speaks English and Pashto. Mahdi earned his bachelor degree from Kabul Medical University in 1978. He has a PHD thesis in Persian Language History from the Academy of Sciences of Tajikistan. In addition, Mahdi has studied Public Health Finance Management at Boston University of United States of America. During the jihad against Soviet Union, Mahdi worked as the District Commander of Andarab in collaboration with Ahmad Shah Massoud. Later, he became a lecturer at Kabul University, teaching literature and linguistic.