Sultan Ali Keshtmand

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Sultan Ali Keshtmand
Chairman of the Council of Ministers
In office
21 February 1989 – 8 May 1990
PresidentMohammad Najibullah
Preceded byMohammad Hasan Sharq
Succeeded byFazal Haq Khaliqyar
In office
11 June 1981 – 26 May 1988
PresidentBabrak Karmal
Haji Mohammad Chamkani
Preceded byBabrak Karmal
Succeeded byMohammad Hasan Sharq
Minister of Planning
In office
28 December 1979 – April 1982
Preceded byMuhammad Siddiq Alemyar
In office
30 April – 23 August 1978
Preceded byAli Ahmad Khurram
Succeeded byMuhammad Siddiq Alemyar
People's Representative for Kabul at the 12th Parliament of Afghanistan
In office
Personal details
Born (1935-05-22) May 22, 1935 (age 88)
Kabul, Kingdom of Afghanistan
Political partyPeople's Democratic Party of Afghanistan
Spouse(s)Karima Keshtmand
Alma materKabul university

Sultan Ali Keshtmand (Persian: سلطان‌علی کشتمند; born May 22, 1935), sometimes transliterated Kishtmand, was an Afghan politician. He was the Chairman of the Council of Ministers twice during the 1980s, from 1981 to 1988 and from 1989 to 1990 in the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. Steele, Jonathan (26 February 2002). "Kabul's loss". The Guardian.