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Masoud Soltanifar

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President  Hassan Rouhani
Preceded by  Ali Soufi
Party  National Trust Party
President  Hassan Rouhani
Education  University of Tehran
Succeeded by  Zahra Ahmadipour
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Preceded by  Nasrollah Sajjadi (acting)
Preceded by  Mohammad Beheshti (acting)
Preceded by  Mohammad Mehdi Moffateh

Masoud Soltanifar (Persian: مسعود سلطانی‌فر‎‎, born 5 February 1960 in Tehran, Iran) is an Iranian politician, historian and the current Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports since 1 November 2016. He was previously Vice President of Iran and head of Cultural Heritage, Handcrafts and Tourism Organization. He is the former member of City Council of Tehran and Governor of Gilan Province. He was previously deputy head of Physical Education Organization and Hassan Rouhani's candidate for Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, a nomination that rejected by the parliament. In October 2016, he was again nominated for the position and was approved by the new parliament. He is a member of National Trust Party.


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