Hassan Rasouli

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Hassan Rasouli
Hassan Rasouli - January 18, 2002.png
Rasouli in 2002
Member of City Council of Tehran
Assumed office
23 August 2017
Governor of Razavi Khorasan Province
In office
9 August 2004 – October 2005
PresidentMohammad Khatami
Preceded byProvince created
Succeeded byJavad Mohammadizadeh
Governor of Khorasan Province
In office
December 2001 – 9 August 2004
PresidentMohammad Khatami
Preceded byMohsen Mehralizadeh
Succeeded byProvince divided
Governor of Lorestan Province
In office
18 September 1997 – 22 June 2000
PresidentMohammad Khatami
Preceded byJavad Mohammadizadeh
Succeeded byNourollah Abedi
Personal details
NationalityIranian
Political partyOmid Iranian

Seyyed Hassan Rasouli (Persian: سید حسن رسولی‎) is an Iranian reformist politician who is currently a member of the City Council of Tehran.[1] He served as a governor under President Mohammad Khatami.[2]

Rasouli is considered close to Mohammad-Reza Aref, formerly serving as his spokesman and senior adviser,[3] and member of the 'Reformists' Supreme Council for Policymaking'.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Reformists take all seats in Tehran city council". Mehr News Agency. 21 May 2017. Retrieved 25 May 2017.
  2. ^ "Iran buries train blast dead". BBC. 20 February 2004. Retrieved 25 May 2017.
  3. ^ Mani Fardad (24 November 2013). "Should Reformists go conservative in parliamentary elections?". Al-Monitor. Retrieved 25 July 2017.
  4. ^ Caitlin Shayda Pendleton (23 September 2016), "Iran 2017 Presidential Election Tracker", AEI’s Critical Threats Project, retrieved 5 May 2017