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    دولت موقت ایران (1981م)

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    The interim government of the Islamic Republic of Iran (21 September 1981 – 29 October 1981) was established after the assassination of Mohammad-Ali Rajai (President) and Mohammad Javad Bahonar (Prime Minister) on 30 August. In accordance with the constitution, a Provisional Presidential Council formed the same day and proposed Mohammad-Reza Mahdavi Kani as Prime Minister to the Majlis. Majlis voted in favour of him on 2 September. His cabinet also received approval of the Majlis on 3 September. The main responsibility of this government was holding presidential elections. On 13 October, Ali Khamenei officially became president. His Prime Minister, Mir-Hossein Mousavi received Majlis''s approval on 29 October (after Majlis'' negative vote to Khamenei''s first candidate, Ali Akbar Velayati) and then the new government replaced Mahdavi-Kani''s interim government.

    Members of the cabinet

    List of members of Mahdavi Kani''s cabinet was as follows:

    Ministry Minister
    President Presidency Council
    Prime Minister Mohammad-Reza Mahdavi Kani
    Agricultural Mohammad Salamati
    Commerce Habibollah Asgaroladi
    Post Morteza Nabavi
    Culture and Islamic Guidance Abdul-Majid Moadikhah
    Defense and Armed Forces Logistics Mousa Namjoo
    Economy Hossein Namazi
    Education Ali Akbar Parvaresh
    Energy Hassan Ghafori Fard
    Foreign Affairs Mir-Hossein Mousavi
    Health Hadi Manafi
    Housing and Urban Mohammad-Shahab Gonabadi
    Industries Mostafa Hashemi
    Interior Ali Akbar Nategh-Nouri
    Justice Mohammad Asghari
    Labour and Social Affairs Mir-Mohammad Sadeghi
    Petroleum Mohammad Gharazi
    Roads Hadi Nejad-Hosseinian
    Science and Culture Mohammad-Ali Najafi

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