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Morteza Gholi Bayat (Morteza Qoli Bayat, aka Sahamossoltan, 1890-1958) was a Prime Minister of Iran.Bayat was given the title Sahamossoltan by Ahmad Shah Qajar. He founded Democrat Party in Arak and was a representative at the Majlis from 4th till 13th term. Bayat was Dr. Mosaddegh's nephew by his mother was Mosaddegh's sister (Najmossaltaneh). Born in Arak, Iran into a family of Irans' ancient tribal nobility, Chieftains of the Bayat tribe, to Haj Abbas Qoli-Khan Saham al-Molk Araki, he first founded the Democratic party of Arak.He became Prime Minister in November, 1944. His cabinet was not approved by Majlis and he presented his resignation on May, 2, 1945. Bayat served in critical government positions for the rest of his life and he was the head of the Iranian National Oil Company in Dr. Mosaddegh's cabinet. Bayat passed away on May, 10, 1957 and was buried in Najaf.He was heavily involved in the termination of the Qajar dynasty. In 1925, he became Minister of Finance under Prime Minister Mohammad Ali Foroughi. He was elected numerous times to the Parliament of Iran as a representative of Arak.In 1935 he served as Minister of Treasury under Prime Minister Ali Soheili.The visit of Charles de Gaulle to Iran took place during his administration. Under the presence of the Allies in Iran, Bayat passed away on May, 10, 1957 and was buried in Najaf, Iraq upon his last will. (Wikipedia) - Morteza-Qoli Bayat   (Redirected from Morteza Gholi Bayat)
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Morteza-Qoli Bayat 47th Prime Minister of Iran Monarch Preceded by Succeeded by Personal details Born Died Resting place Political party Religion
In office 25 November 1944 – 13 May 1945
Mohammad Reza Pahlavi
Mohammad Sa''ed
Ebrahim Hakimi
1890 Arak, Iran
1958 Tehran, Iran
Najaf, Iraq
A''mion Party
Shia Islam

Morteza Gholi Bayat (Mortezā Qoli Bayāt, aka Sahām al-Soltān, 1890-1958) was a Prime Minister of Iran.

Born in Arak, Iran into a family of Irans'' ancient tribal nobility, Chieftains of the Bayat tribe, to Haj Abbas Qoli-Khan Saham al-Molk Araki, he first founded the Democratic party of Arak.

He was heavily involved in the termination of the Qajar dynasty. In 1925, he became Minister of Finance under Prime Minister Mohammad Ali Foroughi. He was elected numerous times to the Parliament of Iran as a representative of Arak.

In 1935 he served as Minister of Treasury under Prime Minister Ali Soheili.

He introduced his cabinet as Prime Minister of Iran in 1944. His administration however only lasted 5 months and 20 days, and was succeeded by Ebrahim Hakimi. He served as Minister again on a few other occasions.

The visit of Charles de Gaulle to Iran took place during his administration. Under the presence of the Allies in Iran, Tehran also declared war on Japan during his administration.

He was buried in Najaf,Gholi Bayat (Morteza Qoli Bayat, aka Sahamossoltan, 1890-1958) was a Prime Minister of Iran.Bayat was given the title Sahamossoltan by Ahmad Shah Qajar. He founded Democrat Party in Arak and was a representative at the Majlis from 4th till 13th term. Bayat was Dr. Mosaddegh's nephew by his mother was Mosaddegh's sister (Najmossaltaneh). Born in Arak, Iran into a family of Irans' ancient tribal nobility, Chieftains of the Bayat tribe, to Haj Abbas Qoli-Khan Saham al-Molk Araki, he first founded the Democratic party of Arak.He became Prime Minister in November, 1944. His cabinet was not approved by Majlis and he presented his resignation on May, 2, 1945. Bayat served in critical government positions for the rest of his life and he was the head of the Iranian National Oil Company in Dr. Mosaddegh's cabinet. Bayat passed away on May, 10, 1957 and was buried in Najaf.He was heavily involved in the termination of the Qajar dynasty. In 1925, he became Minister of Finance under Prime Minister Mohammad Ali Foroughi. He was elected numerous times to the Parliament of Iran as a representative of Arak.In 1935 he served as Minister of Treasury under Prime Minister Ali Soheili.The visit of Charles de Gaulle to Iran took place during his administration. Under the presence of the Allies in Iran, Bayat passed away on May, 10, 1957 and was buried in Najaf, Iraq upon his last will. (Wikipedia) - Morteza-Qoli Bayat   (Redirected from Morteza Gholi Bayat)

This article includes a list of references, related reading or external links, but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. Please improve this article by introducing more precise citations. (July 2011)
Morteza-Qoli Bayat 47th Prime Minister of Iran Monarch Preceded by Succeeded by Personal details Born Died Resting place Political party Religion
In office 25 November 1944 – 13 May 1945
Mohammad Reza Pahlavi
Mohammad Sa''ed
Ebrahim Hakimi
1890 Arak, Iran
1958 Tehran, Iran
Najaf, Iraq
A''mion Party
Shia Islam

Morteza Gholi Bayat (Mortezā Qoli Bayāt, aka Sahām al-Soltān, 1890-1958) was a Prime Minister of Iran.

Born in Arak, Iran into a family of Irans'' ancient tribal nobility, Chieftains of the Bayat tribe, to Haj Abbas Qoli-Khan Saham al-Molk Araki, he first founded the Democratic party of Arak.

He was heavily involved in the termination of the Qajar dynasty. In 1925, he became Minister of Finance under Prime Minister Mohammad Ali Foroughi. He was elected numerous times to the Parliament of Iran as a representative of Arak.

In 1935 he served as Minister of Treasury under Prime Minister Ali Soheili.

He introduced his cabinet as Prime Minister of Iran in 1944. His administration however only lasted 5 months and 20 days, and was succeeded by Ebrahim Hakimi. He served as Minister again on a few other occasions.

The visit of Charles de Gaulle to Iran took place during his administration. Under the presence of the Allies in Iran, Tehran also declared war on Japan during his administration.

He was buried in Najaf, Iraq.

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