Esmail Momtaz od-Dowleh
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Esmail Momtaz od-Doleh
Momtaz od-Doleh at age 25
|Native name||میرزا اسماعیل خان ممتازالدوله|
1933 (aged 53)|
|Other names||Esmail Momtaz|
|Notable work||writer of the Persian Constitution of 1906|
|Political party||Moderate Socialists Party|
|Relatives||Samad Khan Momtaz os-Saltaneh|
Esmail Momtaz od-Doleh was a notable Iranian statesman of the early twentieth century. Born in Tabriz in 1880 of Iranian Azerbaijani descent, he was one of the original Parliamentarians of the First Majles in 1906. He was also its fourth Speaker.
Momtaz od-Doleh was also Minister of Culture, Minister of Finance, Minister of Education and Minister of Justice. He was the actual writer of the Persian Constitution of 1906, being fluent in French and able to copy extracts lifted from the Belgian constitution.
Momtaz died in 1933 at the age of 53 of coronary heart disease.
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