Emad Afroogh

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Emad Afroogh
Member of Parliament of Iran
In office
2004–2008
Constituency Tehran
Personal details
Born 1956
Shiraz, Iran
Political party Coalition of Iran's Independent Volunteers[1]
Alma mater Tehran University
Religion Usuli Twelver Shia Islam

Emad Afroogh (born 1956) is an Iranian politician and sociologist. He studied at Shiraz University and Tarbiat Modares University.[2] He is currently a member of the Iranian parliament.

Positions[edit]

  • chairman of Religion & Science Department of Cultural Studies & Humanities Research Center
  • chairman of Social Group of Center for Strategic Researches affiliated to Presidential office 1993-1994
  • chairman of central library of Tarbiat Modares University 1997-1998
  • head of domestic policies in defense & security commission of Secretariat of Expediency Council 1998-2000
  • head of culture, art & history group of Channel one in IRIB 2001-2003
  • secretary & head of Scientific Committee of Intellectual Meetings in Iran & Committee for Identifying Standards for Cultural Development in the Cosmopolitan City of Tehran

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Iran elections: Key people and parties BBC 17 February 2004
  2. ^ Members of SCCR Archived 24 July 2007 at WebCite

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