Who is Muhammad Mokhber, the man set to become Iran's new president?


Muhammad Mokhber

    Muhammad Mokhber is Irans first vice-president who, based on the countrys constitution, is expected to become interim president following the death of Ebrahim Raisi in a helicopter crash.

Credit: X

Early life

    Mukhber was born on Sept 1, 1955. He possesses two doctoral degrees, including a doctorate academic paper in international rights, he also has a doctorate degree in management. He holds an MA in management.

Credit: X

Background and Career

    Mohammad Mukhbar has a strong background in economic management and governance. He has held significant positions within Iran’s economic and development sectors, showcasing his expertise in handling the countrys economic challenges.

Credit: X

Economic Reform Focus

    Mukhbar is expected to prioritize economic reforms aimed at stabilizing Irans economy. His policies may focus on reducing inflation, improving employment rates, and diversifying the economy away from heavy reliance on oil revenues.

Credit: X

International Relations

    His approach to international diplomacy will be closely watched. Mukhbar may seek to re-engage with global powers to ease economic sanctions while maintaining a firm stance on Iran’s nuclear program.

Credit: X

Domestic Policies

    Mukhbar is likely to implement measures to improve government efficiency and reduce corruption. His administration may focus on increasing transparency and public trust in governmental institutions.

Credit: X

Relationship with the Supreme Leader

    His relationship with Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei will be crucial. Mukhbar’s policies and effectiveness as president will largely depend on how closely he aligns with the Supreme Leader’s vision and directives.

Credit: X

Military and Security Stance

    Mukhbar is expected to support the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and maintain a strong internal security framework to ensure regime stability. His administration will likely continue Iran’s strategic defense initiatives and regional influence efforts.

Credit: X

Special Coverage