2020 the Fall of Ayatollahs Constitution

by Sohrab Chamanara


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/02/2020

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 130
ISBN : 9781796087451
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 130
ISBN : 9781796087468
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 130
ISBN : 9781796087444

About the Book

This book up to Chapter five is the same as the book “2020 the Fall of Islamic States &The Rise of a New Political Order”. Following chapters after a brief description of the events, argues the Islamic Republic of Iran Constitution will be changed if the US Administration supports the movement for change of Constitution, which has started at 2019 in Iran by the Manifestation of fourteen political activists shown their pictures here.


About the Author

Was born in Kermanshah, Iran in1947 and graduated with a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of London, Queen Merry College in 1969. After four years military service working as engineer at Esfahan Steel Plant and fifteen years working as an electrical and instrument contractor in Iran, he immigrated to the United States. In the US, was employed by UOP, the world's largest process technology company as a Senior Design Engineer in 1989. He was Project Manager of two petrochemical plants at Esfahan and half a dozen other countries. After leaving UOP, he registered and founded CHAMCO in 1994 at the address of the Mid-America Committee; 150 North Michigan Ave. #2910, Chicago, Illinois where he was a Director of the Middle East and Central Asia. At November 1998 with help of Tom Miner, after informing the US Government took a delegation of eighteen Americans from 13 Fortune Five Hundred US Companies to Iran. For the last 20 years, CHAMCO's core business, among environmental projects and Reforestation of the Deserts of the Middle East, is turning Municipal Solid Waste into electricity: www.chamanara.net & www.chamco.net and most related to this book, www.ghanoon.org & www.IranianAmerican.info