(Wikipedia) - Line of succession to the former Iranian throne
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The Iranian Monarchy was overthrown following the Islamic Revolution in 1979 with the Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi going into exile. Contents
Line of succession to the Pahlavi claim
- 1 Line of succession to the Pahlavi claim
- 2 Line of succession to the Qajar claim
- 3 See also
- 4 References
Under the Pahlavi Dynasty the law of succession stated the Shah must profess the Islamic faith, his mother must be an Iranian citizen, a Muslim and not descended from the previous Qajar dynasty which rules out a number of descendants of Reza Shah. Prince Patrick Ali Pahlavi (born 1947) son of Prince Ali Reza Pahlavi I Prince Davoud Pahlavi (born 1971) son of Prince Patrick Ali Pahlavi Prince Houd Pahlavi (born 1972) son of Prince Patrick Ali Pahlavi Prince Younes Pahlavi (born 1977) son of Prince Patrick Ali Pahlavi
Given that the modern claim calls for a new constitution, and thus the bylaws need not necessarily be in accordance with the previous constitution in the event the monarchy is restored new succession rules may be established.
Succession of Ali Patrick Pahlavi and thus his sons is not valid and they are not eligible to be king of Iran. According to previous constitution, article 37 of complement of the constitution , the mother of the king must be an Iranian citizen by birth or has been granted citizenship prior to birth of the child by parliament but mother of Ali Patrick Pahlavi was not Iranian by birth. Thus he wouldn''t be king of Iran, unless his mother was granted citizenship by the parliament similar to Fawzia Fuad, first wife of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi but this has not been done and currently there is no active parliament based on previous constitution. Thus succession is valid up to Reza Pahlavi and if active parliament should decide about his succession due to lack of a son. Line of succession to the Qajar claim
The Qajar dynasty was deposed in 1925 with Reza Shah ascending the Sun Throne. The Iranian Constitution of 1906 set out the succession for princes whose mother is a Qajar princess of Persian descent. Only males are allowed to succeed.
Prince Arsalan Mirza Qajar Prince Mohammad Ali Mirza Qajar (born 1942) ?
- Pretender: Prince Mohammad Hasan Mirza II Qajar (born 1949)
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