Seyed Mostafa Agha Mirsalim (born 9 June 1947) is an Iranian engineer and conservative politician. He was a presidential candidate at the 2017 election which placed third with receiving 1.17% of the votes.
1 Early life and education 2 Career 3 Electoral history 4 Personal life 5 References
Early life and education
He obtained B.Sc. in Mechanics from
Universite de Poitiers
Year Election Votes % Rank Notes
2017 President 478,267 1.16% 3rd Lost
Personal life According to Iranian Diplomacy, Mirsalim is married to a French woman. He is fond of swimming and usually wears shenandoah beard, collarless tuxedos and dark calottes that serve as his signature look. References
^ Hamid Mirzadeh ^ a b c "S. Mostafa Agha Mirsalim homepage". Amirkabir University of Technology. ^ "مشخصات شناسنامهای 6کاندیدای ریاستجمهوری". 21 April 2017. ^ a b c d "Mostafa Mirsalim: Back after Two Decades", Iranian Diplomacy, 18 December 2016, retrieved 1 May 2017 ^ a b "Iran's Police Chief Chosen as Premier in Compromise Move". The New York Times. 27 July 1980. p. 1. ^ a b Mohsen M. Milani (1994). The Making of Iran's Islamic Revolution: From Monarchy to Islamic Republic. Westview Press. p. 176. ISBN 0-8133-8476-1. ^ a b Feuilherade, Peter (1 April 1994). "Iran: media and the message". The Middle East. Retrieved 19 June 2013. ^ Diplomatic Blue Book: the Year of 1989 - 5. Delegation Representatives of Countries and Organizations that Attended the Rites of Imperial Funeral of Emperor Shōwa (『外交青書 1989年版』 - 5.「昭和天皇大喪の礼」に参列した国及び国際機関の代表) (in Japanese), published by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan ^ Mehdi Moslem (2002). Factional Politics in Post-Khomeini Iran. Syracuse University Press. pp. 221–223. ISBN 0-8156-2978-8. ^ "Appointment of New members of Expediency Discernment Council". 17 March 1997. ^ "Final resuls of presidential election by province and county" (in Persian). Ministry of Interior. 8 June 2017. Retrieved 8 June 2017.
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Preceded by Morteza Mohammadkhan Socio-Political Vice Minister of Interior November 1979 – August 1982 Succeeded by Abbas Ahmad Akhoundi
Preceded by Mostafa Mostafaei Caretaker of Shahrbani 17 February 1980 – 26 February 1981 Succeeded by Houshang Vahid-Dastjerdi
Party political offices
New title Head of Islamic Coalition Party's Central Council 2004–present Incumbent
Preceded by Ahmad Ghoreishi President of the
Life Saving and Diving Federation of Iran 1989–2017 Succeeded by Ilkhan Nouri
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