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Sahebeh Arabi
Sahebeh Rouhani
Sahebeh Rouhani
(née Arabi) is the wife of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.[1] Family[edit] Rouhani is the daughter of Abdolazim Arabi and Sareh-Khaton Peyvandi. She is married to Hassan Rouhani, her cousin and President of Iran.[2] She married him in 1968. The couple have 5 children, the eldest of whom died in 1992.[3][4] She does not participate in politics and spends her time engaged in charitable affairs. In July 2014, she started the construction of ten kindergartens.[5] See also[edit]Cousin marriage in the Middle EastReferences[edit]^ تمام اطلاعات خانوادگی کاندیداهای ریاست جمهوری یازدهم ^ تسلیت شخصیت‌ها و مقام‌های سیاسی به روحانی ^ Avni, Benny (20 June 2013). "Damning Suicide Note to Iran's New Prez". New York Post. Archived from the original on 7 March 2016. Retrieved 18 July 2016.  ^ Blum, Ruthie (1 March 2016). "No New Dawn in Iran"
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Iran
Iran
Iran
(Persian: ایران‎ Irān [ʔiːˈɾɒːn] ( listen)), also known as Persia[10] (/ˈpɜːrʒə/),[11] officially the Islamic Republic
Islamic Republic
of Iran (Persian: جمهوری اسلامی ایران‎ Jomhuri-ye Eslāmi-ye Irān ( listen)),[12] is a sovereign state in Western Asia.[13][14] With over 81 million inhabitants,[6] Iran
Iran
is the world's 18th-most-populous country.[15] Comprising a land area of 1,648,195 km2 (636,372 sq mi), it is the second-largest country in the Middle East
Middle East
and the 17th-largest in the world
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Iranian Legislative Election, 2000
Ali Akbar Nategh-Nouri Combatant ClergyElected Speaker Mehdi Karroubi Combatant ClericsParliamentary elections were held in Iran
Iran
on 18 February 2000, with a second round on 5 May.[2] The result was a solid victory for 2nd of Khordad Front and its allies, the reformist supporters of President Mohammad Khatami.Contents1 Campaign 2 Results 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksCampaign[edit] A total of 6,083 candidates contested the elections.[1] 225 of the 290 seats were won in the first round of voting.[1] Registration process took place between 11 and 16 December 1999.[3] Main reformist coalition lists
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Government Of Hassan Rouhani (2017–present)
Hassan Rouhani is the seventh President of Iran which governs during his second term within the twelfth government of the Islamic Republic of Iran.Contents1 Cabinet members 2 Women appointees 3 See also 4 ReferencesCabinet members[edit] See also: Confirmations of Hassan Rouhani's CabinetPortfolio Minister Took office Left office Party RefPresidential AdministrationPresident   Hassan Rouhani 3 August 2017 Incumbent MDP [1]First Vice President   Eshaq Jahangiri[A] 8 August 2017 Incumbent ECP [2]Chief of Staff   Mahmoud Vaezi 20 August 2017 Incumbent MDP [3]Presidential Administration Head   Ali Jannati 6 January 2018 Incumbent MDP [4]MinistersAgriculture Minister   Mahmoud Hojjati[A] 20 August 2017 Incumbent IIPF [1]Communications Minister   Mohammad-Javad Azari Jahromi 20 August 2017 Incumbent Nonpartisan [1]Labour and Social Welfare Minister   Ali Rabei[A] 2
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Electoral History Of Hassan Rouhani
This is a summary of the electoral history of Hassan Rouhani, an Iranian politician who is currently President of Iran since 2013 and member of the Assembly of Experts from Tehran Province since 2000
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Iranian Legislative Election, 1980
Mohammad-Ali Rajai Islamic Republican PartyParliamentary elections were held in Iran
Iran
on 13 March 1980, with a second round on 9 May.[4] They were the first elections to the Majlis since the overthrow of the Shah, and were contested to a considerable degree on a party basis.[5] It resulted in a victory for the Islamic Republican Party, which won 85 of the 270 seats, whilst its allies who a further 45.[4] The party, joined by smaller Islamist groups in the Grand coalition was a highly organized force and put up candidates in most constituencies and dominated the campaigns, especially in the provinces.[6] President
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Iranian Legislative Election, 1984
Mir-Hossein Mousavi Islamic Republican PartyElected Prime Minister Mir-Hossein Mousavi Islamic Republican PartyParliamentary elections were held in Iran
Iran
on 15 April 1984, with a second round on 17 May.[2] The majority of seats were won by independents, whilst the Islamic Republican Party
Islamic Republican Party
was the only party to win seats
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Iranian Legislative Election, 1988
Mir-Hossein Mousavi IndependentElected Prime Minister Mir-Hossein Mousavi IndependentRuhollah Khomeini casts his vote for Iranian legislative election, 1988.Parliamentary elections were held in Iran on 8 April 1988, with a second round on 13 May.[3] The result was a victory for leftist politicians who later emerged as reformists.[4] The number of clerics elected to the Majlis was reduced by over a third.[5]Contents1 Electoral system 2 Campaign 3 Results 4 Aftermath 5 ReferencesElectoral system[edit] The constitution approved in a December 1979 referendum provided for a 270-seat Majlis, with five seats reserved for minority groups including Jews, Zorastrians, Armenians from the north and south of the country and one jointly elected by Assyrians and Chaldeans.[6] The elections were conducted using a two-round system, with the number of candidates progressing to the second round being double the number of seats available
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Iranian Legislative Election, 1992
Mehdi Karoubi ACCElected Speaker Ali Akbar Nategh-Nouri CCAParliamentary elections were held in Iran on 10 April 1992, with a second round on 8 May.[2] The elections were the first parliamentary elections held in Iran since the death of Ayatollah Khomeini and during Ali Khamenei's leadership.[3] It marked a rivalry between the two main organizations at the time, the right-wing Combatant Clergy Association (supporters of President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani) and the left-wing Association of Combatant Clerics
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Iranian Legislative Election, 1996
Ali Akbar Nategh-Nouri CCAElected Speaker Ali Akbar Nategh-Nouri CCAParliamentary elections were held in Iran on 8 March 1996, with a second round on 19 April.[2] The Combatant Clergy Association and its allies emerged as the largest bloc in the Majlis, winning 110 of the 270 seats.[2]Contents1 Electoral system 2 Campaign 3 Results 4 Aftermath 5 ReferencesElectoral system[edit] The constitution approved in a December 1979 referendum provided for a 270-seat Majlis, with five seats reserved for minority groups including Jews, Zorastrians, Armenians from the north and south of the country and one jointly elected by Assyrians and Chaldeans.[3] The elections were conducted using a two-round system, with the number of candidates progressing to the second round being double the number of seats available
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Islamic Republican Party
The Islamic Republican Party
Islamic Republican Party
(IRP; Persian: حزب جمهوری اسلامی‎, translit. Ḥezb-e Jomhūrī-e Eslāmī, also translated Islamic Republic Party) formed in mid-1979 to assist the Iranian Revolution
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Government Of Hassan Rouhani (2013–17)
The President of Iran is the second formal position after the Supreme leader. The president has the authority to introduce members of his cabinet to the Iranian Parliament for confirmation under the Constitution of Iran.[1] Rouhani is the seventh president of Iran which governed within the eleventh government of the Islamic Republic of Iran.Contents1 Cabinet members1.1 Vice presidents 1.2 Ministers2 Cabinet members 3 Reception 4 See also 5 ReferencesCabinet members[edit] Vice presidents[edit] Rouhani appointed Jahangiri as the first vice president. Elham Aminzadeh is another Vice President, who was appointed by Rouhani as his vice president for legal affairs on 11 August.[2] Mohammad Bagher Nobakht is the other vice president in the cabinet and he is in charge of planning and strategic supervision.[3] Ministers[edit] See also: Confirmations of Hassan Rouhani's Cabinet Rouhani announced his designated cabinet on 4 August 2013. Then, parliament voted to his cabinet
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Combatant Clergy Association
The Combatant Clergy Association
Combatant Clergy Association
(Persian: جامعه روحانیت مبارز‎, translit. Jāme'e-ye Rowhāniyyat-e Mobārez) is a politically active group in Iran, but not a political party in the traditional sense. It has never been registered as a political party, however it acts as a fragmented caucus and has actively operated in the electoral arena, competing for votes. Thus, it is considered an elite party and can be classified as a political party according to the minimalist definition by Angelo Panebianco
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Moderation And Development Party
Moderation and Development Party (Persian: حزب اعتدال و توسعه‎, translit. Hezb-e E'tedāl va Towse'eh) is a political party in Iran
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National Security And Nuclear Diplomacy
National Security and Nuclear Diplomacy is the memoir of Hassan Rouhani, the first secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council who was also in charge of Iran’s nuclear case under President Mohammad Khatami as tensions began to escalate over Iran's nuclear program. About two years after this book was first published in 2011, its author was elected as President of Iran on 15 June 2013.[1][2] In this book, he has focused on Iran’s nuclear program and challenges created by the Western countries, especially the United States and three European countries of France, Germany and United Kingdom, during 678 days (from October 6, 2003 to August 15, 2005) when he and his team were handling Iran’s nuclear case. The history of Iran’s nuclear technology and the process of achieving complete nuclear fuel cycle are major topics of the book. This is the first book written by a high-ranking Iranian official who was once leading Iran’s nuclear negotiating team
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List Of Presidential Trips Made By Hassan Rouhani
This is a list of international presidential trips made by Hassan Rouhani, the 7th and current President of IranContents1 Summary of international trips 2 2013 3 2014 4 2015 5 2016 6 2017 7 2018 8 Multilateral meetings 9 See also 10 ReferencesSummary of international trips[edit] Further information: Foreign relations of IranMap of international trips made by Hassan Rouhani as president:   1 visit   2 visits   3 visits   4 visits   5 visits   6 visits   7 or more visits   Iran2013[edit] The following international trips were made by President Hassan Rouhani in 2013:Country Areas visited Date(s) Notes Kyrgyzstan Bishkek September 12[1]–13[2]Further information: Iran-Kyrgyzstan relations President Rouhani's state visit to Kyrgyzstan was his first trip outside Iran as president
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