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Amir Asghar Khan

Ali Asghar Khan
Prime Minister of Iran
In office
1 May 1907 – 31 August 1907
Monarch Mohammad Ali Shah Qajar
Preceded by Mirza Nasrullah Khan
Succeeded by Mohammad Vali Khan Tonekaboni
Premier of Iran
In office
13 March 1887 – 11 November 1896
Preceded by Mirza Yusuf Khan Astiani
Succeeded by Ali Khan Amin ud-Daula
In office
1 June 1898 – 24 January 1904
Preceded by Ali Khan Amin ud-Daula
Succeeded by Abdol Majid Mirza
Personal details
Born 1843
Tehran, Iran
Died 31 August 1907 (aged 64)
Tehran, Iran
Political party Independent
Religion Twelver Shi'a Islam

Mirza Ali Asghar Khan Amin al-Sultan (c. 1858 – August 31 1907) was the last prime minister of Iran under Nasser al-Din Shah Qajar. After the Shah's assassination, Amin os-Sultan helped by securing the throne and its secure transfer to his son, Mozaffar al-Din Shah Qajar. He was the second Prime minister of Iran after Iranian Constitutional Revolution. He was killed in the front of Iranian Parliament on August 31, 1907.

Political offices
Preceded by
Mirza Yousof Khan Ashtiani
Premier of Iran
Title next held by
Ali Khan Amin od-Dowleh
Preceded by
Ali Khan Amin od-Dowleh
Premier of Iran
Succeeded by
Abdol Majid Mirza
Preceded by
Mirza Nasrullah Khan
Prime Minister of Iran
Succeeded by
Mohammad Vali Khan Tonekaboni

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