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Board of directors for Women fraction were determined

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Determination of Board of directors for Women fraction was done; Parvana Selahshoori elected as Chairperson of the Fraction and Zahra Saeidi as Spokesperson.
Monday, July 04, 2016 12:11:48 PM
Board of directors for Women fraction were determined

Islamic Consultative Assembly News Agency - Determination of Board of directors for Women and Family fraction was done; Parvana Selahshoori elected as Chairperson of the Fraction and Zahra Saeidi as Spokesperson.

Meanwhile Taiebe Siavoshi Shahenaeiati and Nahid Tajoddin were elected respectively as first and second vice-chairman and also Masoome Aqapoor Ali Shahi and Fatema ZolQdr as first and second secretary.

Zahra Saeidi Mubaraka also as Spokesperson.

Parvaneh Salahshouri is an Iranian sociologist and reformist politician who is currently a member of the Parliament of Iran representing Tehran, Rey, Shemiranat and Eslamshahr electoral district.

Tayyebeh Siavoshi Shah-Enayati is an Iranian reformist politician who is currently a member of the Parliament of Iran representing Tehran, Rey, Shemiranat and Eslamshahr electoral district.

Nahid Tajoddin is an Iranian reformist politician who is currently a member of the Parliament of Iran representing Isfahan electoral district.

Masoome Aqapoor Ali Shahi is an Iranian reformist politician who is currently a member of the Parliament of Iran representing Shabestar electoral district.

Seyyedeh Fatemeh Zolghadr is an Iranian reformist politician and a member of the Parliament of Iran representing Tehran, Rey, Shemiranat and Eslamshahr electoral district.

Zahra Saeidi Mubaraka is an Iranian semi-independent politician who is currently a member of the Parliament of Iran representing Mubaraka electoral district.

Women in Iran have always played fundamental, crucial, and representative roles in the long history of Iran

Women in Iran were granted the right to vote in 1963. They were first admitted to Iranian universities in 1937. Since then, several women have held high-ranking posts in the government or parliament. Before and after the 1979 revolution, several women were appointed ministers or ambassadors

Some, such as Tahereh Saffarzadeh, Masumeh Ebtekar, Azam Taleghani, Elaheh Koulaei, Fatemeh Javadi and Marzieh Dabbaq came after the revolution.

There are currently 17 women in parliament, of a total of 290 parliamentarians. This was up from nine in the previous elections.

Tehran. Jun. Twenty Ninth. Wednesday\ICANA

News story Translated By manager of foreign department in Islamic Consultative Assembly News Agency

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