Shakir Nasrollah

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Shakir Nasrollah


Nationality Flag-Iran.jpg Iranian
Date of birth December 19, 2007
Date of death 2011
Residence Tehran, Northwest Region
Newspaper The Victory
Congress member of Iran
January 1, 2008 – July 1, 2008
Mayor of Tehran
February 21, 2008 – March 21, 2008
Minister of Finance of Iran
January 2008 – April 2008
Military rank Icon rank Recruit.png Recruit
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman

Shakir Nasrollah was an early citizen of Iran. When joining the New World in the early days, on December 19th, 2007, he has been active in the spheres of politics, economics, military, and the media.

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.

On January 1st, Pasargad party won the elections with a landslide vote. Koroush was elected as Iran's Shah, while Shakir Nasrollah and Inchimige became the party's first two congressmen.

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.



The following table lists Shakir Nasrollah as the elected Mayor of Tehran.

Azadi Tower Square in Tehran.
Date Term Began Mayor Party
21 February 2008 Shakir Nasrollah Pasargad