Tehran, Rey, Shemiranat, Eslamshahr and Pardis

Tehran, Rey, Shemiranat, Eslamshahr and Pardis[1] (Persian: تهران، ری، شمیرانات، اسلامشهر و پردیس) is a constituency for the Parliament of Iran encompassing the metropolitan area of Tehran and some of its satellite cities.

Tehran, Rey, Shemiranat, Eslamshahr and Pardis
Constituency
for the Islamic Consultative Assembly

Constituency highlighted in Tehran Province

Location of Tehran Province in Iran
Province Tehran
County
Current constituency
Created 1906; 115 years ago (1906)
Seats 30

It has 30 seats, the most among all constituencies nationwide[1] and plays an outsized role in shaping politics nationally, having been described as a “bellwether for elite sentiment in Iran”.[2] The constituency’s seats have been the most prestigious in the country because it includes the country’s capital city, and has had lively press and voters.[3]

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# Name Faction Party
1 Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf Conservative Progress and Justice Population of Islamic Iran
2 Mostafa Mir-Salim Conservative Islamic Coalition Party
3 Morteza Aghatehrani Conservative Front of Islamic Revolution Stability
4 Elias Naderan Conservative Society of Pathseekers of the Islamic Revolution
5 Mohsen Dehnavai Conservative
6 Mahmoud Nabavian Conservative Front of Islamic Revolution Stability
7 Ehsan Khandouzi Conservative
8 Eghbal Shakeri Conservative
9 Abolfazl Amouyi Conservative
10 Bijan Nobaveh-Vatan Conservative Front of Islamic Revolution Stability
11 Mojtaba Tavangar Conservative Progress and Justice Population of Islamic Iran
12 Mohsen Pirhadi Conservative Progress and Justice Population of Islamic Iran
13 Rouhollah Izadkhah Conservative
14 Ahmad Naderi Conservative
15 Abdolhossein Rouhalamini Conservative Development and Justice Party
16 Nezameddin Mousavi Conservative
17 Zohreh Elahian Conservative Society of Pathseekers of the Islamic Revolution
18 Malek Shariati Conservative Society of Pathseekers of the Islamic Revolution
19 Mehdi Sharifian Conservative
20 Reza Taghavi Conservative Combatant Clergy Association
21 Somayeh Rafiei Conservative
22 Ali Yazdikhah Conservative Islamic Coalition Party
23 Ali Khezrian Conservative Front of Islamic Revolution Stability
24 Reza Taghipour Conservative Front of Islamic Revolution Stability
25 Fatemeh Ghasempour Conservative Society of Pathseekers of the Islamic Revolution
26 Mojtaba Rezakhah Conservative
27 Zohreh Lajevardi Conservative Front of Islamic Revolution Stability
28 Gholamhossein Rezvani Conservative Front of Islamic Revolution Stability
29 Ezzatollah Akbari Talarposhti Conservative
30 Esmaeil Kousari Conservative Front of Islamic Revolution Stability

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