IRAN - Aug. 12 - New Govt.Pres. Khatami Khatami may refer to:
Born in Isfahan, Nourbakhsh got his bachelor degree from University of Tehran in economics, and he received his Master of Art and PHD from is a free market advocate). (The new cabinet disappoints the reformist-dominated Majlis Majlis (مجلس) is an Arabic term meaning "a place of sitting" used to describe various types of formal legislative assemblies in countries with linguistic or cultural connections to Islamic countries. . It is too conciliatory con·cil·i·ate
v. con·cil·i·at·ed, con·cil·i·at·ing, con·cil·i·ates
1. To overcome the distrust or animosity of; appease.
2. to the traditionalists. As in his previous cabinet, Khatami has been restricted in the selection of ministers and has been compelled to accept figures he did not want. His failure to appoint a woman is a particularly sore point, because women were among the strongest supporters of his reform programme and were the most important force behind his June 8 electoral triumph. Mrs. Masumeh Ebtekar, a leader during the students' seizure Forcible possession; a grasping, snatching, or putting in possession.
In Criminal Law, a seizure is the forcible taking of property by a government law enforcement official from a person who is suspected of violating, or is known to have violated, the law. of the US Embassy in 1979, is reappointed vice president for the environment. She is among several vice presidents, with this post being a top advisory position. Ali Khatami Ali Khatami (born 1953) is the younger brother of former Iranian president, Mohammed Khatami, and served as his chief of staff during his second term in office.
Khatami was born to Ayatollah Ruhollah Khatami, alongside older siblings Fatemeh Khatami and Mohammed Khatami and , the president's younger brother Wiki is aware of the following uses of "'Younger Brother":
Foreign Affairs, Kamal Kharrazi Defence, Vice Admiral Ali Shamkhani Interior, Abdulvahed Mousavi-Lari Information (Intelligence), Ali Younesi Oil Minister, Bijan Namdar Zanganeh Agricultural Jihad, Mahmoud Hojjati Industries & Mines, Es'haq Jahangiri PTT, Ahmad Motamedi Science, Research & Technology, Mostafa Moin Commerce, Mohammad Shariatmadari Culture & Islamic Guidance, Ahmad Masjed-Jamei Justice, Esmail Shoushtari Housing & Urban Development, Ali Abdolalizadeh Energy, Habibollah Bitaraf Education, Morteza Haji (shifted) Roads & Transportation, Ahmad Khorram (new) Health, Masoud Pezeshkian (new) Co-operatives, Ali Soufi (new) Labour, Safdar Hosseini (new) Economy & Finance, Tahmasb Mazaheri (new).