Shakir Nasrollah, who was not an actual Iranian, arrived in mid-December and detailed the inhospitable conditions of Iran in the wake of the ruling administration and subsequent abandonment in his newspaper, "The Victory." He also convinced a company in Indonesia to begin exporting food to Iran, a source of later controversy.
Shakir Nasrollah's attempts at mediation between Kaleb and Koroush in order to alleviate Anglo-Iranian hostilities earned him the reputation of being a "moderate voice" in Iranian politics, which he would derive his newspaper's slogan from.
He also owns Iran's oldest operating newspaper, "The Victory," and is a perfectionist when it comes to his writing.
|Date Term Began||Mayor||Party|
|21 February 2008||Shakir Nasrollah||Pasargad|