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The International House of Mashruteh calls all compatriots


To join us those who support the Mashruteh Constitution

and

the 19 Articles of the Shah and Melat Revolution.


Supplementary Fundamental Laws of October 7, 1907:


ART. 8.

The people of the Persian Empire are to enjoy equal rights before the Law.

ART. 9.

All individuals are protected and safeguarded in respect to their lives, property, homes, and honor, from every kind of interference, and none shall molest them save in such case and in such way as the laws of the land shall determine.

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ART. 26.

The powers of the realm are all derived from the people; the Fundamental Law regulates the employment of those powers.

ART. 27.

The powers of the Realm are divided into three categories: First, the legislative power; Second, the judicial power; Third, the executive power, which appertains to the King.

ART. 28.

The three powers above mentioned shall ever remain distinct and separate from one another.

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ART. 35.

The throne is a trust confided as a Divine gift by the people to the person of the King.

ART. 36

The constitutional Monarchy of Iran is vested by Mellat through Majlis Moassesan to His Imperial Majesty Reza Shah Pahlavi and will be established in his male descedents, generation after generation.


Heros of Mashruteh Revolution


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Rights of the Persian Nation

Seperation of Powers

Rights of Members of the Majlis and Senate

Rights of the Shah

On the duties and rights of the Majlis Shora Melli

Shah and Mellat Revolution Charter

Powers of the tribunals of Justice

The Great Civilization

Separation of Religion and State


Study the Mashruteh Constitution!


Lesson 1 - On the Constitution of the Assembly

Lesson 2 - Rights of the Persian Nation

Lesson 3 - Election Law

Lesson 4 - Why the election in Islamic Republic



Let us study the Mashruteh Constitution!

Let us revise the contaminated articles with islam which were imposed through borbardement of majlis, executions, and war of Qajars against Iranians.

Let us discuss the modern version of the Mashruteh Constitution our ancesters had in mind.

Enter discussion


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