Persian legislative election, 1923

Persian legislative election, 1923
Iran
1964 ←
November 1923
→ 1925

All 162 seats to the National Consultative Assembly
  First party Second party
 
Leader Reza Khan Pahlavi Hassan Pirnia
Party Revival Party Constitutionalist Movement
Seats won 102 60

Prime Minister before election

Reza Khan Pahlavi
Military

Elected Prime Minister

Reza Khan Pahlavi
Military

The Persian legislative election of 1923 was held in November 1923 after the appointment of Reza Pahlavi as Prime Minister by Ahmad Shah Qajar. It was the last election in the Qajar Dynasty. Parliament opened on 11 February 1924.[1]

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