Mohammad Mokhber Now Interim President Of Iran | The Legend News

Mohammad Mokhber has been sworn in as Iran’s interim president after the tragic death of former president, Ebrahim Raisi, who was killed in a helicopter crash. Raisi was succeeded by Mokhber, who was appointed by the Supreme Leader of Iran, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, in accordance with Article 131 of the Iranian Constitution.

Mokhber will serve as interim president while arrangements are made for a new presidential election, which must take place within 50 days of Raisi’s death. Mokhber will work closely with the heads of the legislative and judicial branches to ensure a smooth transition of power.

The appointment of Mokhber comes at a time of heightened tensions in the Middle East. Iran has been involved in conflicts with Israel and its allies, and the need for strong leadership is pressing. Mokhber, who became vice president in 2021, is seen as a close ally of Khamenei and is well-placed to navigate these challenging times.

In addition to Mokhber’s appointment, Ali Bagheri Kani has been appointed as acting foreign minister following the death of Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, who was also killed in the helicopter crash. Khamenei has announced five days of public mourning for Raisi and offered his condolences to the people of Iran.

This transition of power marks a significant moment in Iranian politics, and it is hoped that Mokhber will be able to bring stability and leadership to the country during these uncertain times.


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