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Who is Amir-Abbas Hoveyda?
Amir-Abbas Hoveyda was an Iranian economist and politician who served as Prime Minister of Iran from 27 January 1965 to 7 August 1977. He was prime minister for 13 years and is the longest serving prime minister in Iran's history. He also served as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance in Mansur's cabinet. After the Iranian Revolution, he was tried by the newly established Revolutionary Court for "waging war against God" and "spreading corruption on earth", and executed.
- also known as 阿米爾-阿巴斯·胡韋達
- born on (96 years ago) in Noor, child of Habibollah Hoveyda and Afsar-ol-Molouk Fatmeh
- nationality: Iran
- education: Bachelor's degree at Université libre de Bruxelles since
- profession: Writer, politician, economist
- died on (36 years ago) in Tehran of capital punishment
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