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President  Hassan Rouhani
Alma mater  Haghani Institute
Parents  Ahmad Jannati
Deputy  Mohammad Beheshti
Religion  Shia Islam
Spouse  Mehri Jannati (m. 1977)

Preceded by  Mohammad Hosseini
Name  Ali Jannati
Education  Haghani Circle
Nationality  Iranian
Role  Iranian Politician
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Siblings  Mohammad Hossein Jannati

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Ali Jannati (Persian: علی جنتی‎‎, born 1949) is an Iranian politician and former diplomat who was minister of culture from 15 August 2013 until his resignation on 19 October 2016.

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Early life and education

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Jannati was born in 1949. He is the son of Ayatollah Ahmad Jannati, head of Iranian Guardian Council and Tehran's interim prayer leader. He is a graduate of the Haqqani school in Qom.

Career

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Jannati has had various position in different public institutions of Iran. He began his career in the revolutionary guards as being commander-in-chief of Armed Forces in Khorasan Province. Then he was appointed governor general of Khuzestan Province. Then he joined the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB), and served as its manager in the Ahvaz branch and as judiciary envoy to IRIB.

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He served as deputy minister of culture for international affairs. He was the Iranˈs ambassador to Kuwait from 1998 to 2005 and deputy interior minister for political affairs from 2005 to 2006.

Culture Ministry

He was nominated as culture and Islamic guidance minister by President Hassan Rouhani on 4 August 2013 and was confirmed by the Majlis on 15 August, receiving 234 votes for and 36 votes against. 12 Majlis members were absent in the voting session.

In February 2015, he was harshly criticized by conservatives after the music album To Ra Ey Kohan Boomo Bar Doost Daram was published. He was also criticized by reformists after his functions in cancellation of concerts in some cities. He resigned on 19 October 2016 as part of a cabinet reshuffle, after days of speculations about his dismissal by President Hassan Rouhani.

References

Ali Jannati Wikipedia


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