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|28th Prime Minister of Iran|
25 November 1944 –13 May 1945
|Monarch||Mohammad Reza Pahlavi|
|Preceded by||Mohammad Sa'ed|
|Succeeded by||Ebrahim Hakimi|
|Died|| 10 May 1958 68) (aged|
|Resting place||Najaf, Iraq|
|Political party||Reformers' Party (1920s)|
Morteza Gholi Bayat (Mortezā Qoli Bayāt, aka Sahām al-Soltān, 1890–10 May 1958) was a Prime Minister of Iran.
The Prime Minister of Iran was a political post in Iran that had existed during several different periods of time starting with the Qajar era until its most recent revival from 1979 to 1989 following the Iranian Revolution.
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.
Arak, is the capital of Markazi Province, Iran. At the 2011 census, its population was 526,182, in 160,761 families. This city nicknamed the Industrial Capital of Iran.
The Bayat tribe is one of the Oghuz tribes in Turkmenistan, Iran, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Iraq, and Syria. When Oghuz Turks started to migrate from the Aral steppes to Khorasan in the 11th and 13th centuries, Bayat people spread throughout the region. They are sub-ethnic groups of Turkmens, Turkish and Azerbaijanis. Bayats are Muslim and speak a southern dialect of Azerbaijani language in Azerbaijan and Iran, or their own dialect of Turkish in Turkey.
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.
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