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Malek Mansur Mirza Shao es-Saltaneh

Malek Mansur Mirza Shao es-Saltaneh
Prime Minister of Iran
In office
12 October 1921 – 20 January 1922
Monarch Ahmad Shah Qajar
Preceded by Ahmad Qavam
Succeeded by Hassan Pirnia
Personal details
Born 1880
Tabriz, Iran
Died 1922
Tehran, Iran
Political party Democratic Party
Religion Twelver Shi'a Islam

Prince Malek Mansur Mirza (1880-1922) Iranian prince of Qajar dynasty, was Mozaffar al-Din Shah's second son, brother of Mohammad Ali Shah Qajar, Abul-fat'h Mirza Salar-ed-Dowleh and Abul-Fazl Mirza.

He was born at Tabriz, 30 March 1880 and educated by private tutors. He was governor of 1897, Governor-General of Fars 1901-1902 and 1904. He was Prime Minister of Iran from 12 October 1921 to 20 January 1922. He received the Decoration of the Imperial Portrait, the Neshan-e Aqdas 2nd class and Order of the Lion and the Sun 1st class from his father. He died at Tehran, 6 November 1922.

He is the progenitor of Malek-Mansur Family.

Honours

External links

  • Pictorial biography of Malek Mansour Mirza, Qajarpages
Preceded by
Ahmad Qavam
Prime Minister of Iran
1921-1922
Succeeded by
Hassan Pirnia

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