Abdolhossein Rouhalamini

Abdolhossein Rouholamini (Persian: عبدالحسین روح‌الامینی‎) is an Iranian scientist[2] and conservative[3] politician. He is secretary-general of the Development and Justice Party[4] and works as an assistant professor at Tehran University of Medical Sciences.

Abdolhossein Rouholamini
Abdolhossein Rouhalamini 2019.jpg
Rouholamini in 2019
Member of the Parliament of Iran
Assumed office
27 May 2020
ConstituencyTehran, Rey, Shemiranat, Eslamshahr and Pardis
Majority779,479 (42.32%)
Personal details
Abdolhossein Rouholamini Najafabadi
Political partyDevelopment and Justice Party
Other political
Society of Devotees of the Islamic Revolution (1995–2007)[1]
Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution Organization (1979–1986)

He is also an advisor to Mohsen Rezaee, and formerly headed the Pasteur Institute in Tehran.[2]


  1. ^ Samii, Abbas W. (Winter 2005), "The Changing Landscape of Party Politics in Iran—A Case Study" (PDF), Journal of the European Society for Iranian Studies (1): 53–62
  2. ^ a b c Robert Tait and Saeed Kamali Dehghan (26 July 2009), "Son of leading scientist dies in jail as fears grow over fate of Iran's political prisoners", The Guardian, retrieved 31 October 2017
  3. ^ Brumberg, Daniel; Farhi, Farideh, eds. (2016). Power and Change in Iran: Politics of Contention and Conciliation. Indiana Series in Middle East Studies. Indiana University Press. p. 269.
  4. ^ "Former Judge Sheds New Light On Kahrizak Scandal", Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, 16 October 2017, retrieved 31 October 2017

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Academic offices
Preceded by
Mohammad-Taghi Khani
President of the Institut Pasteur
Succeeded by
Mohammad-Hossein Modarresi
Party political offices
Preceded by Secretary-General of the Development and Justice Party
Succeeded by
Mehdi Vakilpour
Preceded by Head of Development and Justice Party's Central Council
Succeeded by
Amir-Ali Amiri
Preceded by
Amir-Ali Amiri