Alireza Mahjoub

Ali Reza Mahjoub (Persian: علیرضا محجوب‎; born 14 May 1958) is an Iranian reformist politician, trade unionist and workers' rights activist who was a member of the Iranian Parliament and head of its "Worker fraction".[3] He is Secretary-General of Worker House,[3] as well as member of Islamic Labour Party's central committee.[4] He was founder of Islamic Republican Party's worker wing in 1980s.[3] Mahjoub holds a B.A. in History from University of Tehran.[3]

Ali Reza Mahjoub
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Member of the Parliament of Iran
In office
12 July 2005[1] – 26 May 2020
ConstituencyTehran, Rey, Shemiranat and Eslamshahr
Majority1,355,673 (53%)
In office
10 July 2001[2] – 28 May 2004
ConstituencyTehran, Rey, Shemiranat and Eslamshahr
Majority645,650 (21.3%)
In office
28 May 1996 – 26 May 2000
ConstituencyTehran, Rey, Shemiranat and Eslamshahr
Majority410,998 (28.8%)
Personal details
Born (1958-04-14) 14 April 1958 (age 63)
Morad Tappeh, Iran[3]
Political partyWorker House
Islamic Labour Party
Other political
affiliations
Islamic Republican Party (1979-1987)
Alma materUniversity of Tehran
WebsiteAlireza Mahjoub official website

Electoral historyEdit

Election Votes % Rank Result Ref
1992 R1 No Data Available Lost [5]
1996 R1 440,396 18.02 18th Run-off
R2   411,431   28.74 17th Won [6]
2000 No Data Available Lost [7]
2001 BE 645,650 21.3 1st Won [2]
2004 R1   207,030   10.49 31st Run-off [8]
2005 R2   1,355,673   ≈53 1st Won [9]
2008 R1   308,429   17.72 32nd Run-off [10]
R2   260,296   38.87 11th Won [11]
2012 R1   258,670   11.07 39th Run-off [12]
R2   262,375   23.29 24th Won [13]
2016   1,311,375   40.38 4th Won [14]
2020   95,393   5.18 34th Lost
2021 BE   98,823   5.54 3rd Lost

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "مشروح مذاکرات مجلس شورای اسلامی دوره ۷ جلسه ۱۲۶ صفحه ۲۲", Iranian Parliament (in Persian), 20 June 2005, retrieved 27 February 2016
  2. ^ a b "Getting to Know the Representatives in the Majles" (PDF), Iranian Parliament, The Iran Social Science Data Portal, p. 115, archived from the original (PDF) on 2015-09-30, retrieved 2016-03-28
  3. ^ a b c d e Sohrablou, Pedram (11 January 2014), "راه‌حل علیرضا محجوب برای سازماندهی حق مسکن کارگران", Tejarat-e-Farda (in Persian) (72), archived from the original on 28 March 2016, retrieved 10 February 2016
  4. ^ Mohammad Ali Zandi. "Islamic Labour Party" (in Persian). Baqir al-Ulum Research Institute. Retrieved 21 August 2015.
  5. ^ "تحليل هشت دوره مجلس شوراي اسلامي", Jaam-e Jam (in Persian), archived from the original on 2016-04-08, retrieved 10 February 2016
  6. ^ "Getting to Know the Representatives in the Majles" (PDF), Iranian Parliament, The Iran Social Science Data Portal, p. 561, archived from the original (PDF) on 2016-11-30, retrieved 2016-03-28
  7. ^ "توكلي، مطهري، عباسپور، باهنر و... در نشیب", Iranian Students' News Agency (in Persian), 6 March 2012, retrieved 10 February 2016
  8. ^ "آراء نهايي انتخابات مجلس هفتم در حوزه تهران اعلام شد از مجموع 3438 صندوق 1971748 برگ راي به دست آمد", Iranian Students' News Agency (in Persian), 27 February 2004, retrieved 10 February 2016
  9. ^ "محجوب با پيروزی بر نامزد آبادگران به مجلس برگشت", BBC Persian (in Persian), 20 June 2005, retrieved 27 February 2016
  10. ^ "نتيجه قطعي انتخابات تهران اعلام شد", Fars News Agency (in Persian), 17 March 2008, retrieved 10 February 2016
  11. ^ "/تكميلي/ با شمارش كليه‌ي آراي ماخوذه، نتايج نهايي دور دوم انتخابات حوزه‌ي تهران، ري، شميرانات و اسلامشهر اعلام شد", Iranian Students' News Agency (in Persian), 26 April 2008, retrieved 10 February 2016
  12. ^ "۵۲۷ کاندیدای تهران در انتخابات ۱۲ اسفند چقدر رای آوردند؟", Khabaronline (in Persian), 18 March 2012, archived from the original on 19 March 2017, retrieved 10 February 2016
  13. ^ نتایج نهایی و رسمی مرحله دوم انتخابات تهران + گرایش سیاسی. Asr Iran (in Persian). 16 May 2012. 212705. Retrieved 8 June 2015.
  14. ^ "ریز آمار نتایج 1021 کاندیدای نمایندگی مجلس در تهران + فیلم مرور روز انتخابات", Iranian Students' News Agency (in Persian), 27 February 2016, retrieved 27 February 2016
Party political offices
Preceded by
Secretary-General of the Worker House
1990–present
Succeeded by
Incumbent