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Mohammad Sadoul
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Sen. Mohammad Sadoul
Senator for Northern Isle-1
Assumed office
September 22nd, 2016
Personal details
Mohammad Genta Sadoul

(1992-07-11) July 11, 1992 (age 30)
Tolle, Northern Isle, Zamastan
Political partyGreen Liberal Party

Mohammad Genta Sadoul is a Zamastanian politician who has served as the senator for Northern Isle's 1st district in Congressional Hall since 2016. He is a member of the Green Liberal Party. Sadoul was the first Muslim elected to the Senate. Born in 1992 to Peoratian immigrant parents in Tolle, Northern Isle, Sadoul attended the University of Lower Tariel, graduating in 2013. In 2016 he ran for Senate in a bid to replace then-incumbant senator Critan Adam. Sadoul was one of the youngest senators ever elected at the age of 24.

Seen as a rising star within the GLP, Sadoul became the first Muslim to become a party leader in the senate, having been named Minority Leader in the 110th congress.

Early life and education

Mohammad Sadoul was born on July 11th, 1992, in Tolle, Northern Isle, to wealthy Peoratian immigrants. His father, Abdul Sadoul, purchased a river frieght transport company called Tolle Transport to contract large ore shipments from interior Northern Isle to Horseshoe Bay. He graduated in 2011 and then entered the Institute of Political Studies at the University of Lower Tariel. In 2013, at the end of the bachelor's degree, he entered a master's degree in finance and strategy at the same school and later graduated.

In parallel with his studies, Mohammad held positions within his father's river freight transport company, while ensuring the management of two other companies, in river transport and in the promotion of real estate and investment.

Political career

Senate (2016-present)

Political positions

In July 2019, Sadoul decided not to align with his party's majority and became one of 6 GLP senators who abstained from a vote on the Zamastanian ratification of a free-trade agreement with Paraboca.

In January 2022, Sadoul went against his party's majority and abstained from an important vote on a much discussed security bill drafted by his colleagues Adam Wolffe and Euan Gunn that helps, among other measures, curtail the filming of police forces.

Sadoul became the senate minority leader in the 110th congress.

Personal life