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Morteza Gholi Khan Hedayat

Morteza Gholi Khan Hedayat
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Prime Minister of Iran
In office
21 May 1908 – 7 June 1908
Preceded by Hossein Mafi
Succeeded by Kamran Mirza
Chairman of Parliament of Iran
In office
6 October 1906 – 23 June 1907
Succeeded by Mirza Mahmoud Khan
Personal details
Born 1856
Tehran, Iran
Died 1911
Tehran, Iran
Political party Constitutional Movement
Religion Twelver Shi'a Islam

Morteza Gholi Khan, Sani-ol Douleh (1856-1911) of the Hedayat family, son of Ali Gholi Khan (Mokhber-ol Douleh), was an Iranian politician and first chairman of the Iranian parliament. He become Member of Parliament from Tehran after Persian Constitutional Revolution. He was a leader of Constitutional Revolution. He became Prime Minister of Iran in May 1908 and was prime minister until June 1908. He had been the Finance Minister for seven months when he was assassinated on 6 February 1911 by two Georgian.


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Political offices
Preceded by
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Speaker of Parliament of Iran
1906-1907
Succeeded by
Mirza Mahmoud Khan
Preceded by
Hossein Mafi
Prime Minister of Iran
1908
Succeeded by
Kamran Mirza
Preceded by
Unknown
Minister of Finance of Iran
1910-1911
Succeeded by
Unknown


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