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Hussain Haroon

A scion ti idile Haroon, o jẹ oniṣowo kan, alakitiyan awujọ ati agbọrọsọ Apejọ Sindh tẹlẹ kan ti o jẹ ọmọ ẹgbẹ igbimọ ti ọpọlọpọ awọn ile-ẹkọ eto-ẹkọ, awọn ẹgbẹ ere idaraya ati awọn ẹgbẹ alaanu. [1] [2]

Igbesi aye ibẹrẹ ati ẹkọ[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

Hussain Haroon jẹ ọmọ Saeed Haroon, arakunrin agba ti Hameed Haroon ati ọmọ-ọmọ Sir Abdullah Haroon, oloselu kan, ẹniti Muhammad Ali Jinnah pe ọkan ninu awọn ọwọn ti o lagbara julọ ti Ajumọṣe Musulumi ti Gbogbo-India . O jẹ ti idile Kutchhi olokiki kan ti o yìn lati Kutchh ni agbegbe India adugbo ti Gujarati, ti o gbe ni Karachi ni ọpọlọpọ ọdun ṣaaju ominira ti Pakistan ni ọdun 1947. O pari ẹkọ rẹ lati Karachi Grammar School ni akoko kanna bi Benazir Bhutto ṣe, ati lẹhinna o pari ẹkọ rẹ ni University of Karachi .

Iṣẹ-ṣiṣe[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

Haroon bẹrẹ iṣẹ ibẹrẹ rẹ ni iṣẹ gbogbogbo bi Alakoso idibo fun Ajumọṣe Musulumi Pakistan ni ọdun 1970. Lẹ́yìn náà ó sìn gẹ́gẹ́ bí Olùdarí, Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC) (1979–1985); Olugbese Karachi Port Trust (KPT) (1980-1982); Apejọ Agbegbe Agbegbe ti Sindh (1985-1988), Agbọrọsọ, Apejọ Agbegbe ti Sindh (1985-1986); ati oludari alatako, Apejọ Agbegbe ti Sindh (1986–1988). [3]

Hussain Haroon tun ti ṣiṣẹ bi Oludamoran, Pakistan Herald Publications Limited (PHPL) (1988–1989); aṣoju si Apejọ Gbogbogbo ti United Nations ; Ọmọ ẹgbẹ si Igbimọ Awọn gomina, Institute of Business Administration, Karachi (1996-1999); Oludari Alakoso Alakoso Karachi Electric Ipese Corporation (KESC) (1997-1999); Alaga, Griffith College Karachi (1999-2005) ati Alakoso, Pakistan-China Business Forum (1999-2004). O jẹ alaga ti Ẹgbẹ Isọ Gẹẹsi ti Pakistan ati pe o tun ni iyatọ ti jijẹ alaga ti o kere julọ ti Sind Club Gbajumo.

A fun Haroon ni awọn iwe-ipamọ ti Ile-iṣẹ ti Ajeji ti Ajeji, Apakan Aabo Orilẹ-ede, Ile-iṣẹ ti Aabo ati Iṣẹ iṣelọpọ ti Aabo ni Oṣu Karun ọjọ 5, Ọdun 2018 lati ṣe iranlọwọ fun Alakoso Alakoso Alabojuto Pakistan, Nasirul Mulk ni iṣakoso orilẹ-ede naa titi di idibo gbogbogbo Pakistan 2018 . O jẹ ibura ọfiisi nipasẹ Alakoso Pakistan ni Oṣu Karun ọjọ 5, ọdun 2018. [4]

Awujo ijafafa[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

Haroon ti beere idasile ilu kan ni ita Karachi o si dabaa pe ki a fun ni lorukọ lẹhin pẹ Benazir Bhutto . Imọran rẹ ni pe o to awọn eniyan miliọnu mẹfa lati inu inu Sindh wa nibẹ. O tun jẹ apakan ti ikede lodi si idagbasoke ohun-ini gidi ni Bundal Island nipasẹ Awọn ohun-ini Emaar ti o da lori UAE. A tun mọ Haroon pe o ti ṣe agbero ẹjọ Sindh ni ilodi si Dam Kalabagh . [1]

Ni ọdun 2017, o ti ni irẹwẹsi pẹlu adari ẹgbẹ oselu rẹ tẹlẹ, Pakistan Peoples Party ati pe o nfi ararẹ silẹ si awọn idunadura lati darapọ mọ awọn ẹgbẹ oselu Pakistan miiran ati pe o tun fi aye silẹ fun ararẹ lati dije fun ipo kan ninu awọn idibo gbogbogbo ti n bọ ni Pakistan. ni 2018. [5]

Ambassador si UN[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

Ni Oṣu Kẹjọ ọdun 2008, a yan Hussain Haroon gẹgẹbi Aṣoju Yẹ ti Pakistan si Ajo Agbaye, rọpo oniwosan Munir Akram . Ipinnu naa jẹ ariyanjiyan nitori Haroon ko ni iriri iṣaaju ni Iṣẹ Ajeji Pakistan tabi diplomacy kariaye. O gba ipo ifiweranṣẹ ni ọjọ 3 Oṣu Kẹsan ọdun 2008. Masood Khan, diplomat iṣẹ-ṣiṣe ti gba iṣẹ lati Hussain Haroon ni ọjọ 1 Oṣu Kini ọdun 2013.

Awọn itọkasi[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Pakistan's caretaker ministers come with diverse profiles" (in en). Arab News. 2018-06-06. http://www.arabnews.com/node/1317036/world. 
  2. Qudssia Akhlaque (7 June 2008). "Hussain Haroon to replace Munir Akram at UN". The News International (newspaper). Retrieved 2 November 2022. 
  3. "Hussain Haroon's appointment announced". Dawn (newspaper). 23 August 2008. Retrieved 2 November 2022. 
  4. Sherani, Tahir (2018-06-05). "Six-member federal cabinet takes oath in Islamabad" (in en-US). Dawn (newspaper). https://www.dawn.com/news/1412183/six-member-federal-cabinet-takes-oath-in-islamabad. 
  5. Jamal Dawoodpoto (24 May 2017). "Hussain Haroon joins anti-PPP forces in Larkana". Daily Times (newspaper). Retrieved 2 November 2022. 

Ita ìjápọ[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

Àdàkọ:S-dip
Preceded by
Munir Akram
Pakistan Ambassador to the United Nations
2008 – December 2012
Succeeded by
Masood Khan

Àdàkọ:Foreign Minister of Pakistan