Tajikistan president Rakhmonov, at the meeting between Rakhmonov and the Leader of the United Tajik Opposition S.A. Nuri, in a tentative of peace and reconciliation made by the Afghan President Borhan'udin Rabani in 1995 at the President palace in Kabul, Afghanistan..During 1992 to 1997, Tadzikistan suffer civil war...Emomali Sharipovich Rakhmonov (born October 5, 1952) has been the President of Tajikistan since 1994 (and the head of state since 1992)..He was born to a peasant family in Dangara, in Koolyab (Kuljab) province. His original power base was as chairman of the collective state farm of his native Dangara, and in 1990 he was elected people's deputy of the Supreme Council of the Tajik SSR. He was confirmed by re-election as chairman of the Supreme Council of an independent Tajikistan in 1992, after the resignation of the pro-Communist Rahman Nabiyev..On November 6, 1994, Rahmonov was elected to the newly created post of president of Tajikistan, and he was sworn in on November 16. Following constitutional changes, he was re-elected on November 6, 1999 to a seven-year term, taking 97% of the vote. On June 22, 2003, he won a referendum that would allow him to run for two more consecutive seven-year terms after his present term expires in 2006. The opposition alleges that this amendment was hidden in a way that verged upon electoral fraud.
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Tajikistan president Rakhmonov, at the meeting between Rakhmonov and the Leader of the United Tajik Opposition S.A. Nuri, in a tentative of peace and reconciliation made by the Afghan President Borhan'udin Rabani in 1995 at the President palace in Kabul, Afghanistan..During 1992 to 1997, Tadzikistan suffer civil war...Emomali Sharipovich Rakhmonov (born October 5, 1952) has been the President of Tajikistan since 1994 (and the head of state since 1992)..He was born to a peasant family in Dangara, in Koolyab (Kuljab) province. His original power base was as chairman of the collective state farm of his native Dangara, and in 1990 he was elected people's deputy of the Supreme Council of the Tajik SSR. He was confirmed by re-election as chairman of the Supreme Council of an independent Tajikistan in 1992, after the resignation of the pro-Communist Rahman Nabiyev..On November 6, 1994, Rahmonov was elected to the newly created post of president of Tajikistan, and he was sworn in on November 16. Following constitutional changes, he was re-elected on November 6, 1999 to a seven-year term, taking 97% of the vote. On June 22, 2003, he won a referendum that would allow him to run for two more consecutive seven-year terms after his present term expires in 2006. The opposition alleges that this amendment was hidden in a way that verged upon electoral fraud.

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Source: YumeVisionPhotographers
Date: 13 May 1995
Location: Kabul Kabol Afghanistan
Credit: Swen Connrad'/YumeVision
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