Fazlollah Sadr

Fazlollah Sadr (Persian: فضل‌الله صدر‎) was an Iranian pan-Iranist politician who served as a member of the parliament from 1967 to 1975.

Fazlollah Sadr
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Sadr with Pan-Iranist Party's attire
Member of the Parliament
In office
31 August 1971 – 8 September 1975
ConstituencyKahak
In office
6 October 1967 – 31 August 1971
ConstituencyQom
Personal details
Born
Fazlollah Mirzaei[1]

Qom, Persia[1]
NationalityIranian
Political party
Alma materUniversity of Tehran[1]

A senior member of the Pan-Iranist Party,[2] he was expelled from the party after he voted in favor of Bahraini Independence in the parliament[1] and in early 1971 he founded Iranians' Party and became its leader.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d Hossein Tajaddod (October 2009), "History of Iranians' Party", Hafez (in Persian) (63): 51–55 – via Institute for Humanities and Cultural Studies
  2. ^ Haddad Adel, Gholamali; Elmi, Mohammad Jafar; Taromi-Rad, Hassan. "Party". Political Parties: Selected Entries from Encyclopaedia of the World of Islam. EWI Press. p. 16. ISBN 9781908433022.
  3. ^ Ramazani, Rouhollah K. (1974). "Iran's 'White Revolution': a Study in Political Development". International Journal of Middle East Studies. 5 (2): 124–139 (subscription required). JSTOR 162585.
Party political offices
Vacant
Party established
Secretary-General of the Iranians' Party
1971–1975
Vacant
Party dissolved