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    ابراهیم حکیمی


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    Ebrahim Hakimi (Aug, 15, 1863-October 19, 1959) Three times Iranian Prime Minister of Iran: Born in Tabriz in 1871, he studied at Darolfonoon School and became a medical doctor in France. He served as royal physician to Mozzafar-al-Din Shah. He then became a Member of Parliament, and served as Minister 17 times, three times as Prime Minister, and as Speaker of the Senate of Iran.As Prime Minister he angered the Soviets by refusing to grant concessions in Northern Iran, while Soviet backed Democrat Party took over Azerbaijan and Kurdistan. The Red Army prevented Iranian troops from entering the region to put-down the uprising. Hakimi submitted the issue to the UN Security Council and resigned in protest.He passed away in Tehran on Oct, 20, 1959 at the age of 96. (Wikipedia) - Ebrahim Hakimi
    This article includes a list of references, related reading or external links, but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. Please improve this article by introducing more precise citations. (July 2011)
    Ebrahim Hakimi 48th, 50th & 53rd Prime Minister of Iran Monarch Preceded by Succeeded by Monarch Preceded by Succeeded by Monarch Preceded by Succeeded by President of Senate Preceded by Succeeded by Personal details Born Died Political party Religion
    In office 13 May 1945 – 6 June 1945
    Mohammad Reza Pahlavi
    Morteza-Qoli Bayat
    Mohsen Sadr
    In office 30 October 1945 – 28 January 1946
    Mohammad Reza Pahlavi
    Mohsen Sadr
    Ahmad Qavam
    In office 29 December 1947 – 13 June 1948
    Mohammad Reza Pahlavi
    Mohammad-Reza Hekmat
    Abdolhossein Hazhir
    In office 19 August 1951 – 1 March 1957
    None
    Hasan Taqizadeh
    15 August 1863 Tabriz, Iran
    19 October 1959 Tehran, Iran
    Party for Progress
    Islam

    Ebrahim Hakimi (15 August 1863 – 19 October 1959) was one of the prime ministers of Iran.

    Contents

    Early life and education

    Hakimi was born in Tabriz to an ethnic Iranian Azerbaijani family. He attended Dar ol-Fonoon, and finished advanced studies in Medicine in Paris.

    Career

    Hakimi served as royal physician to Mozzafar-al-Din Shah. He then became a member of the Parliament, and served as cabinet minister for 17 times, as prime minister for three terms, and as speaker of the Senate of Iran.

    His second tenure as prime minister was short-lived (three months) as the Soviets, angry over his refusal to grant them an oil concession in Northern Iran, inspired Azerbaijani Communists to declare independence from Iran. Soviet troops occupying the Northern regions refused to allow Iranian troops to enter the region to put down the uprising. Hakimi submitted the issue to the UN Security Council and resigned from office as a protest of Soviet actions in January 1946.

    Death

    Hakimi died in Tehran at the age of 96Hakimi (Aug, 15, 1863-October 19, 1959) Three times Iranian Prime Minister of Iran: Born in Tabriz in 1871, he studied at Darolfonoon School and became a medical doctor in France. He served as royal physician to Mozzafar-al-Din Shah. He then became a Member of Parliament, and served as Minister 17 times, three times as Prime Minister, and as Speaker of the Senate of Iran.As Prime Minister he angered the Soviets by refusing to grant concessions in Northern Iran, while Soviet backed Democrat Party took over Azerbaijan and Kurdistan. The Red Army prevented Iranian troops from entering the region to put-down the uprising. Hakimi submitted the issue to the UN Security Council and resigned in protest.He passed away in Tehran on Oct, 20, 1959 at the age of 96. (Wikipedia) - Ebrahim Hakimi

    This article includes a list of references, related reading or external links, but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. Please improve this article by introducing more precise citations. (July 2011)
    Ebrahim Hakimi 48th, 50th & 53rd Prime Minister of Iran Monarch Preceded by Succeeded by Monarch Preceded by Succeeded by Monarch Preceded by Succeeded by President of Senate Preceded by Succeeded by Personal details Born Died Political party Religion
    In office 13 May 1945 – 6 June 1945
    Mohammad Reza Pahlavi
    Morteza-Qoli Bayat
    Mohsen Sadr
    In office 30 October 1945 – 28 January 1946
    Mohammad Reza Pahlavi
    Mohsen Sadr
    Ahmad Qavam
    In office 29 December 1947 – 13 June 1948
    Mohammad Reza Pahlavi
    Mohammad-Reza Hekmat
    Abdolhossein Hazhir
    In office 19 August 1951 – 1 March 1957
    None
    Hasan Taqizadeh
    15 August 1863 Tabriz, Iran
    19 October 1959 Tehran, Iran
    Party for Progress
    Islam

    Ebrahim Hakimi (15 August 1863 – 19 October 1959) was one of the prime ministers of Iran.

    Contents

    Early life and education

    Hakimi was born in Tabriz to an ethnic Iranian Azerbaijani family. He attended Dar ol-Fonoon, and finished advanced studies in Medicine in Paris.

    Career

    Hakimi served as royal physician to Mozzafar-al-Din Shah. He then became a member of the Parliament, and served as cabinet minister for 17 times, as prime minister for three terms, and as speaker of the Senate of Iran.

    His second tenure as prime minister was short-lived (three months) as the Soviets, angry over his refusal to grant them an oil concession in Northern Iran, inspired Azerbaijani Communists to declare independence from Iran. Soviet troops occupying the Northern regions refused to allow Iranian troops to enter the region to put down the uprising. Hakimi submitted the issue to the UN Security Council and resigned from office as a protest of Soviet actions in January 1946.

    Death

    Hakimi died in Tehran at the age of 96.

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