Mahboba Hoqomal

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Mahboba Hoqooqmal
Nationality Afghanistan
Occupation politician
Known for Served on the Constitutional Loya Jirga

Doctor Mahboba Hoqooqmal is an Afghan politician.[1]

She was a Law Professor at Kabul University.[1] She was appointed to the Emergency Loya Jirga of 2002, serving as its Vice-President. She also served on the Constitutional Loya Jirga, which sat from 2002 through 2004.[2][3] She served on the sixth of its ten committees, chaired by Maulowi Gul Muhammad. Her committee drafted 22 articles.

During the 2002-2004 period she also served as Minister of State and Presidential Advisor for Women's Affairs for the Afghan Transitional Administration.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Female Ministers of the Republic of Afghanistan/De Afganistan Jamhuriat/Jamhuriat ye Afganistan/Afqanistan". Worldwide Guide to Women in Leadership. 2011-09-22. Retrieved 2012-04-15. "2002-04 Minister of State and Presidential Advisor for Women's Affairs Dr. Mahboba Hoqooqmal She is a former Professor of Law at Kabul University. Also known as Mahboba Hoqumal, Mahbuba Hoquqmal or Mahbobeh Hoghogh-Mal, she was Vice-President of the Emergency Loya Jirga Commission 2002, whose task it was to convene the Loya Jirga." 
  2. ^ "Agreement on provisional arrangements in Afghanistan pending the re-establishment of permanent government institutions". United Nations. 2001-12-05. Retrieved 2009-06-19.  mirror
  3. ^ "Members of the afghan constitutional loya jirga". 2003-12-23. Retrieved 2011-01-25.  mirror