|History and Biodata
Qazi Soraya Ahmadyar is a Permanent Meshrano Jirga Member
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2. Previous Functions:
Meshrano Jirga Member 2005 MP MNA Sar-i-Pul Sar e Pul
Soraya Ahmadyar, daughter of Mirza Ahmad Ali, was born in 1966 in the village of Alqani in Sar-e Pul province. She completed her primary education at Mirmon Khatol Primary School in 1971 and her secondary education at Minhaj Seraj High School in Sar-e Pul. She graduated from the Faculty of Law of Kabul University in 1986. After receiving her law degree, Ahmadyar served as a provincial court judge in Jowzjan province and a judge in the Shiberghan City Court. From 1988 to 1993, she served as a judge in the Office of the General Attorney and she was acting director of Civil Commerce Office of the Jowzjan Provincial Court. From 1993 until the Taliban took power, she was the director of the public security office of the Jowzjan Provincial Court. After the collapse of the Taliban regime and the creation of the Afghan Interim Authority, Sen. Ahmadyar served as a director of the Department for Women's Affairs. In 2002, she became a member of the Human Rights Commission. Ahmadyar is a member of Judges and Lawyers Association of Afghanistan. She has been awarded several certificates of appreciation in recognition of her judicial service in Jowzjan. She speaks Pashto, Dari and Uzbeki and conversational English. She familiar with computer programs. She lived in Pakistan for a brief time. Ahmadyar was indirectly elected to the Meshrano Jirga through the 2005 Provincial Council elections in Sar-e Pul province.