|67th Prime Minister of Iran|
5 May 1961 –19 July 1962
|Monarch||Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi|
|Preceded by||Jafar Sharif-Emami|
|Succeeded by||Asadollah Alam|
|Minister of Finance|
19 August 1953 –6 April 1955
|Prime Minister||Fazlollah Zahedi|
|Preceded by||Nezam-ed-din Emami|
|Succeeded by||Nasrollah Jahangir|
|Minister of National Economy|
5 August 1951 –16 July 1952
|Prime Minister||Mohammad Mosaddegh|
|Preceded by||Shamseddin Amir-Alaei|
|Succeeded by||Bagher Kazemi|
|Born||12 September 1905|
|Died||12 December 1992 87) (aged|
|Alma mater||University of Tehran|
Ali Amini (12 September 1905 – 12 December 1992) was an Iranian politician and writer who was the Prime Minister of Iran from 6 May 1961 to 19 July 1962.
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Amini was born on 12 September 1905 in Tehran.He was a grandson of Mozaffar ad-Din Shah Qajar through his mother, Fakhr ol dowleh. He completed his studies first in Darolfonoon and then in France where he graduated with a degree in law from Grenoble University, followed by his Ph.D in economics from Paris.
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In 1979, Amini moved to Paris, France. There he headed the Front for the Liberation of Iran, a monarchist opposition group.He complained about internal struggles among the exiled Iranian monarchists, saying "We're not even back in Tehran [and] they quarrel over the name of the country's future prime minister." He wrote his biography published by Harvard University.
He died in Paris on 12 December 1992, aged 87.His body was buried in Passy Cemetery.
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