Abdul Haq Shafaq

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Abdul Haq Shafaq
Abdul Haq Shafaq in 2012-cropped.jpg
Governor of Daikundi
In office
5 May 2013 – 4 June 2015
Preceded by Qurban Ali Oruzgani
Succeeded by Masooma Muradi
Governor of Samangan
In office
June 2006 – November 2007
Preceded by Amir Latif
Succeeded by Enayatullah Enayat
Governor of Sar-e Pol
In office
Preceded by Taj Mohammad Kohi
Succeeded by Sayyed Mohammad Eqbal Munib
Governor of Faryab
In office
2007 – 13 August 2012
Preceded by Aamir Latif
Succeeded by Mohammadullah Batash
Personal details
Born 1961
Charbagh village, Sar-e Pol District, Afghanistan
Political party Hezbe Wahdat
Profession Politician

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Abdul Haq Shafaq (Persian: عبدالحق شفق‎‎) is the former Governor of Daikundi. Before he has been Governor of Faryab, Governor of Sar-e Pol and Governor of Samangan.

Abdul Haq Shafaq is former commander of the Hezbe Wahdat. After the fall of the Taliban he was appointed governor of Sar-e Pol Province. In 2004, Abdul Haq Shafaq switched to the province of Samangan.[1]

He is an ethnic Hazara. He is married and has one children.

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Preceded by
Abdul Latif Ibrahimi
Governor of Faryab
Succeeded by