Akbar A'lami

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Akbar A'lami
اکبر اعلمی
Member of the Islamic Consultative Assembly
In office
3 May 2000 – 3 May 2008
Constituency Tabriz, Osku and Azarshahr
Personal details
Born 1954
Bandar Torkaman, Iran
Political party Iranian reformists
Alma mater Allameh Tabatabaii University
Religion Shia Islam

Akbar Aâlami (Persian: اکبر اعلمی‎‎) was born in Bandar Torkaman, Golestan from Azerbaijanis family. He is an Iranian politician,[1] a former member of the Iranian parliament. He was nominated for 2009 and 2013 presidential elections.

Akbar Alami has been a member of the 6th and 7th parliaments. He is well known for his direct criticism of both the Iranian leadership and the Guardian Council.

Alami studied economics and law and hold a M.A. degree from Allameh Tabatabaii University.

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  1. ^ Kile, Shannon N. (2006-01-19). Europe and Iran: Perspectives on Non-Proliferation. Oxford University Press. pp. 83–. ISBN 9780199290888. Retrieved 16 August 2012. 

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