Khatami


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Khatami

(kəˈtɑːmɪ)
n
(Biography) Seyed Mohammad (ˈseɪjət). born 1943, Iranian politician: president of Iran (1997–2005)

Kha•ta•mi

(ˈxɑ tɑ mi, ˈxɔ-)
n.
Mohammed, born 1943, president of Iran since 1997.
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Iranian security forces last Wednesday prevented former President Mohammad Khatami from leaving his Tehran home, local media reported.
Regardless of the restrictions Khatami was a guiding influence in the success of pro-Rowhani reformist politicians in last month's elections which reduced conservative dominance in Iran's parliament.
Yet, Khatami appeared at a polling center some 70 kilometers North of Tehran and cast his ballot, but why?
Khatami and Gorbachev; politics of change in the Islamic Republic of Iran and the USSR.
Summary: Two-time former president turned opposition backer Mohammad Khatami predicts that more and more "restrictions" will be imposed on elections in Iran, an opposition website reported Wednesday.
Mohamed Khatami, the pro-reform ex-president of Iran, has been banned from leaving the country, one of his aides has said.
TEHRAN: A close ally of Mohammad Khatami denied a report by a semi-official news agency Tuesday that the reformist former president had been barred from leaving Iran.
Summary: Iran's former president Mohammad Khatami on Wednesday dismissed confessions made by his aides at a Tehran trial of people arrested for opposing the re-election in June of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Summary: Former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami, an influential reformer, has rejected Saturday's trial of 100 prominent activists and protesters who were arrested following the June 12 disputed presidential election.
TEHRAN: Iran's popular former president Mohammad Khatami has called for a nationwide referendum on the legitimacy of the government to end the country's post-election crisis.
On Friday Mr Khatami said the Islamic republic's founder, Ayatollah Khomeini, had not wanted to export the revolution by armed force.
TEHRAN: Iran's ex-president Mohammad Khatami labelled the mass disqualification of reformist candidates for parliamentary elections as a "catastrophe" which threatens the Islamic revolution.