This is a list of Prime Ministers of Iran from the creation of the office in 1906 during the Persian Constitutional Revolution, until 1989 when the post was abolished after the constitutional referendum. The Prime Minister was the head of government of Iran. After the Constitutional Revolution, Nasrullah Moshir al-Dowleh was the first and Mir-Hossein Mousavi was the last Prime Minister of Iran. Before the Constitutional Revolution, the head of government was called Grand Vizier (Sadr-e A'zam or Vazir-e A'zam).

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  • This is a list of Prime Ministers of Iran from the creation of the office in 1906 during the Persian Constitutional Revolution, until 1989 when the post was abolished after the constitutional referendum. The Prime Minister was the head of government of Iran. After the Constitutional Revolution, Nasrullah Moshir al-Dowleh was the first and Mir-Hossein Mousavi was the last Prime Minister of Iran. Before the Constitutional Revolution, the head of government was called Grand Vizier (Sadr-e A'zam or Vazir-e A'zam). (en)
  • The office of Prime Minister of Iran was established in 1906, during the Persian Constitutional Revolution, and existed until 1989 when the office was abolished after a constitutional referendum. The Prime Minister was the head of government of Iran. After the Constitutional Revolution, Nasrullah Moshir al-Dowleh was the first and Mir-Hossein Mousavi was the last Prime Minister of Iran. Before the Constitutional Revolution, the head of government was called Grand Vizier (Sadr-e A'zam or Vazir-e A'zam). (en)
  • The office of Prime Minister of Iran was established in 1906 during the Persian Constitutional Revolution, and existed until 1989 when the office was abolished after a constitutional referendum. The Prime Minister was the head of government of Iran. After the Constitutional Revolution, Nasrullah Moshir al-Dowleh was the first and Mir-Hossein Mousavi was the last Prime Minister of Iran. Before the Constitutional Revolution, the head of government was called Grand Vizier (Sadr-e A'zam or Vazir-e A'zam). (en)
  • The office of Prime Minister of Iran was established in 1906 during the Persian Constitutional Revolution, and existed until 1989 when the office was abolished after a constitutional referendum. The Prime Minister was the head of government of Iran. Nasrullah Moshir al-Dowleh was the first and Mir-Hossein Mousavi was the last Prime Minister of Iran. Before the Constitutional Revolution, the head of government was called Grand Vizier (Sadr-e A'zam or Vazir-e A'zam). (en)
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  • This is a list of Prime Ministers of Iran from the creation of the office in 1906 during the Persian Constitutional Revolution, until 1989 when the post was abolished after the constitutional referendum. The Prime Minister was the head of government of Iran. After the Constitutional Revolution, Nasrullah Moshir al-Dowleh was the first and Mir-Hossein Mousavi was the last Prime Minister of Iran. Before the Constitutional Revolution, the head of government was called Grand Vizier (Sadr-e A'zam or Vazir-e A'zam). (en)
  • The office of Prime Minister of Iran was established in 1906, during the Persian Constitutional Revolution, and existed until 1989 when the office was abolished after a constitutional referendum. The Prime Minister was the head of government of Iran. After the Constitutional Revolution, Nasrullah Moshir al-Dowleh was the first and Mir-Hossein Mousavi was the last Prime Minister of Iran. Before the Constitutional Revolution, the head of government was called Grand Vizier (Sadr-e A'zam or Vazir-e A'zam). (en)
  • The office of Prime Minister of Iran was established in 1906 during the Persian Constitutional Revolution, and existed until 1989 when the office was abolished after a constitutional referendum. The Prime Minister was the head of government of Iran. After the Constitutional Revolution, Nasrullah Moshir al-Dowleh was the first and Mir-Hossein Mousavi was the last Prime Minister of Iran. Before the Constitutional Revolution, the head of government was called Grand Vizier (Sadr-e A'zam or Vazir-e A'zam). (en)
  • The office of Prime Minister of Iran was established in 1906 during the Persian Constitutional Revolution, and existed until 1989 when the office was abolished after a constitutional referendum. The Prime Minister was the head of government of Iran. Nasrullah Moshir al-Dowleh was the first and Mir-Hossein Mousavi was the last Prime Minister of Iran. Before the Constitutional Revolution, the head of government was called Grand Vizier (Sadr-e A'zam or Vazir-e A'zam). (en)
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