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(Wikipedia) - List of Prime Ministers of Iran   (Redirected from List of Premiers of Iran) Mir-Hossein Mousavi was the last Iranian Prime Minister.

This is a list of Prime Ministers of Iran from the creation of the office in 1906 during the Iranian Constitutional Revolution, until 1989 when the post was abolished after the constitutional referendum. Prime Minister was the Head of Government of Iran.

Mirza Nasrullah Khan was the first and Mir-Hossein Mousavi was the last Prime Minister of Iran, after 1906 constitutional revolution. Before the constitutional revolution also the Iranian Shahs had Viziers whose title in Persian is equivalent to Prime Minister (Vazire Azam, Sadre Azam, Nokhost Vazir), like Bozorgmehr, Nizam al-Mulk, and Amir Kabir.

Prime Ministers of Iran (1906–1989) Colour key (for political fronts)
  Independent   Conservative   Reformist   Liberal   Democrat   Socialist   Military
Name Portrait Born-Died Entered office Left office Political party Head of State 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79
• Sublime State of Persia (1907–1925) •
Mirza Nasrullah Khan 1840–1907 1 August 1906 17 March 1907 Constitutional Movement Mohammad-Ali Shah Qajar
Amir Mirza Ali Asghar Khan 1843–1907 1 May 1907 31 August 1907 (assassinated) Independent
Mohammad-Vali Khan Tonekaboni (1st Term) 1867–1926 13 September 1907 21 December 1907 Constitutional Movement
Hossein Mafi 1857–1934 21 December 1907 21 May 1908 Justice Party
Morteza-Gholi Khan Hedayat 1856–1911 21 May 1908 7 June 1908 Constitutional Movement
Kamran Mirza 1856–1927 7 June 1908 29 April 1909 Justice Party
Mohammad-Vali Khan Tonekaboni (2nd Term) 1867–1948 29 April 1909 3 May 1909 Constitutional Movement Ahmad Shah Qajar
Saad ad-Daula (1st Term) 1851–1931 3 May 1909 16 July 1909 Constitutional Movement
Mohammad-Vali Khan Tonekaboni (3rd Term) 1867–1926 16 July 1909 6 October 1909 Constitutional Movement
Vosough od-Dowleh (1st Term) 1873–1950 6 October 1909 15 July 1910 Constitutional Movement
Mostowfi ol-Mamalek (1st Term) 1875–1932 15 July 1910 19 July 1911 Constitutional Movement
Vosough od-Dowleh (2nd Term) 1873–1950 19 July 1911 26 July 1911 Constitutional Movement
Mohammad-Vali Khan Tonekaboni (4th Term) 1867–1926 26 July 1911 23 December 1912 Constitutional Movement
Saad ad-Daula (2nd Term) 1851–1931 23 December 1912 11 January 1913 Constitutional Movement
Mirza Mohammad-Ali Khan 1867–1914 11 January 1913 1 July 1914 Independent
Mostowfi ol-Mamalek (2nd Term) 1875–1932 1 July 1914 1 February 1915 Constitutional Movement ↓ E''tedalion Party
Hossein Farmanfarma (1st Term) 1859–1939 1 February 1915 2 July 1915 E''tedalion Party
Abdol Majid Mirza (1st Term) 1845–1927 2 July 1915 18 August 1915 Independent
Mostowfi ol-Mamalek (3rd Term) 1875–1932 18 August 1915 25 December 1915 E''tedalion Party
Hossein Farmanfarma (2nd Term) 1859–1939 25 December 1915 1 March 1916 E''tedalion Party
Vosough od-Dowleh (3rd Term) 1873–1950 1 March 1916 7 July 1917 Constitutional Movement
Mostowfi ol-Mamalek (4th Term) 1875–1932 7 July 1917 19 December 1917 E''tedalion Party
Abdol Majid Mirza (2nd Term) 1845–1927 28 December 1917 20 May 1918 Independent
Hassan Pirnia (1st Term) 1871–1935 20 May 1918 2 August 1918 Constitutional Movement
Momtaz os-Saltaneh 1869–1955 2 August 1918 20 August 1918 Constitutional Movement
Hassan Pirnia (2nd Term) 1871–1935 20 August 1918 16 October 1920 Constitutional Movement
Fathollah Khan Akbar 1878–1967 16 October 1920 21 February 1921 (deposed) Independent
Zia''eddin Tabatabaee 1888–1969 21 February 1921 4 June 1921 Homeland Party
Ahmad Qavam (1st Term) 1876–1955 4 June 1921 12 October 1921 Democratic Party
Malek Mansur Mirza 1880–1920 12 October 1921 20 January 1922 Democratic Party
Hassan Pirnia (3rd Term) 1871–1935 20 January 1922 11 June 1922 Constitutional Movement
Ahmad Qavam (2nd Term) 1876–1955 11 June 1922 30 January 1923 Democratic Party
Mostowfi ol-Mamalek (5th Term) 1875–1932 30 January 1923 15 June 1923 E''tedalion Party
Hassan Pirnia (4th Term) 1871–1935 15 June 1923 28 October 1923 Constitutional Movement
Reza Khan Sardar Sepah 1878–1944 28 October 1923 1 November 1925 Military
• Imperial State of Iran (1925–1979) •
Mohammad-Ali Foroughi (1st Term) 1877–1943 1 November 1925 13 June 1926 Revival Party Reza Shah
Mostowfi ol-Mamalek (6th Term) 1875–1932 13 June 1926 2 June 1927 Revival Party
Mehdi Hedayat 1864–1955 2 June 1927 18 September 1933 Revival Party
Mohammad-Ali Foroughi (2nd Term) 1877–1943 18 September 1933 3 December 1935 Revival Party
Mahmoud Jam 1880–1969 3 December 1935 26 October 1939 Revival Party
Ahmad Matin-Daftari 1896–1971 26 October 1939 26 June 1940 Revival Party
Ali Mansur (1st Term) 1895–1974 26 June 1940 27 August 1941 Revival Party
Mohammad-Ali Foroughi (3rd Term) 1877–1943 27 August 1941 9 March 1942 Revival Party Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi
Ali Soheili (1st Term) 1896–1958 9 March 1942 9 August 1942 Independent ↓ Party for Progress
Ahmad Qavam (3rd Term) 1876–1955 9 August 1942 15 February 1943 Democratic Party
Ali Soheili (2nd Term) 1896–1958 15 February 1943 6 April 1944 Party for Progress
Mohammad Sa''ed (1st Term) 1883–1973 6 April 1944 25 November 1944 Democratic Party
Morteza-Qoli Bayat 1890–1958 25 November 1944 13 May 1945 Revival Party
Ebrahim Hakimi (1st Term) 1871–1959 13 May 1945 6 June 1945 Party for Progress
Mohsen Sadr 1866–1962 6 June 1945 30 October 1945 Socialist Party
Ebrahim Hakimi (2nd Term) 1871–1959 30 October 1945 28 January 1946 Party for Progress
Ahmad Qavam (4th Term) 1876–1955 28 January 1946 18 December 1947 Democratic Party
Mohammad-Reza Hekmat 1891–1978 18 December 1947 29 December 1947 Democratic Party
Ebrahim Hakimi (3rd Term) 1871–1959 29 December 1947 13 June 1948 Party for Progress
Abdolhossein Hazhir 1899–1949 13 June 1948 9 November 1948 Arya Party
Mohammad Sa''ed (2nd Term) 1883–1973 9 November 1948 23 March 1950 Democratic Party
Ali Mansur (2nd Term) 1895–1974 23 March 1950 26 June 1950 Revival Party
Ali Razmara 1901–1951 26 June 1950 7 March 1951 (assassinated) Military
Hossein Ala'' (1st Term) 1882–1964 12 March 1951 30 April 1951 Military
Mohammad Mosaddegh (1st Term) 1882–1967 30 April 1951 17 July 1952 National Front
Ahmad Qavam (5th Term) 1876–1955 17 July 1952 22 July 1952 Democratic Party
Mohammad Mosaddegh (2nd Term) 1882–1967 22 July 1952 19 August 1953 (deposed) National Front
Fazlollah Zahedi 1897–1963 19 August 1953 7 April 1955 Military
Hossein Ala'' (2nd Term) 1882–1964 7 April 1955 3 April 1957 Military
Manouchehr Eghbal 1909–1977 3 April 1957 31 August 1960 Nationalist Party
Jafar Sharif-Emami (1st Term) 1910–1998 31 August 1960 5 May 1961 Nationalist Party
Ali Amini 1905–1992 5 May 1961 19 July 1962 Democratic Party
Asadollah Alam 1919–1978 19 July 1962 7 March 1964 People''s Party
Hassan-Ali Mansur 1923–1965 7 March 1964 26 January 1965 (assassinated) New Iran Party
Amir-Abbas Hoveida 1920–1979 26 January 1965 7 August 1977 New Iran Party ↓ Rastakhiz Party
Jamshid Amouzegar 1923– 7 August 1977 27 August 1978 Rastakhiz Party
Jafar Sharif-Emami (2nd Term) 1910–1998 27 August 1978 6 November 1978 Rastakhiz Party
Gholam-Reza Azhari 1912–2001 6 November 1978 4 January 1979 Military
Shapour Bakhtiar 1914–1991 4 January 1979 11 February 1979 (deposed) National Front
Islamic Republic of Iran (1979 – present) •
Mehdi Bazargan 1907–1995 4 February 1979 6 November 1979 (resigned) Freedom Movement Ruhollah Khomeini
Council of Islamic Revolution (Leader: Morteza Motahhari) 6 November 1979 12 August 1980
Mohammad-Ali Rajai 1933–1981 12 August 1980 4 August 1981 Islamic Republican Party Abolhassan Banisadr
Mohammad-Javad Bahonar 1933–1981 4 August 1981 30 August 1981 (assassinated) Islamic Republican Party Mohammad-Ali Rajai
Mohammad-Reza Mahdavi Kani 1931– 2 September 1981 31 October 1981 Combatant Clergy Association Ali Khamenei
Mir-Hossein Mousavi 1942– 31 October 1981 3 August 1989 Islamic Republican Party ↓ Independent
Post Abolished (since 3 August 1989)

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