Iran's Government

Made by: Michael Hernandez

It's Government

  1. Iran is a theocratic Islamic republic governed under the constitution of 1979 as amended. Appointed, rather than elected, offices and bodies hold the real power in the government.

What Iran's Leaders do.

The supreme leader, who effectively serves as the head of state, is appointed for life by an Islamic religious advisory board (the Assembly of Experts). The supreme leader oversees the military and judiciary and appoints members of the Guardian Council and the Expediency Discernment Council.

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Iran's Latest Leaders

One of the first Theocratic Islamic Republic

Iran's Government Type.

The politics of Iran take place in a framework of Presidential Democracy and theocracy in a format of Synthetic politics that is guided by an Islamist ideology.