Mohammad-Hassan Malekmadani

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Mohammad-Hassan Malekmadani
Mayor of Tehran
In office
4 March 2002 – 20 January 2003
Preceded by Mohammad Haghani (Acting)
Succeeded by Mohammad-Hossein Moghimi (Acting)
Mayor of Isfahan
In office
20 November 1983 – 7 June 1990
Preceded by Hassan Derakhshandepour
Succeeded by Hamidreza Nikkar
Personal details
Born January 1955 (age 62–63)[1]
Nationality Iranian
Political party Executives of Construction Party

Mohammad-Hassan Malekmadani (Persian: محمدحسن ملک‌مدنی‎) is an Iranian politician who served as the mayor in Isfahan and Tehran.

Mayorship in Tehran[edit]

Malekmadani was elected as Mayor of Tehran by the city council on 25 February 2002, being approved by the interior minisrtry on 3 March.[2] He was engaged in a quarrel with the City Council of Tehran before it was dissolved,[3] and accused of corruption, reportedly leading to being sentenced to five months of imprisonment in 2003,[4] however the court exculpated him in 2005.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mohammad Hassan MALEKMADANI", UK Companies House, retrieved 1 August 2017 
  2. ^ Bill Samii (4 March 2002), "Iran Report", Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, 5 (8), retrieved 1 August 2017 
  3. ^ "Political groups cry foul over dissolution of Tehran City Council", IRNA, 15 January 2003, retrieved 20 June 2017 – via Payvand 
  4. ^ Bill Samii (23 January 2003), "Dishing the dirt: Will sacking the mayor and council make the city cleaner?", The Economist, retrieved 1 August 2017 
  5. ^ "Chronology of Events in Iran, April 2005: Court finds former Tehran mayor innocent" (PDF), ILNA, p. 3, 4 April 2005, retrieved 20 June 2017 – via UNCHR Ankara COI Team