The former Iranian president, Abolhassan Bani-Sadr, died today, Saturday, at the age of 88, in the French capital, Paris.
A statement issued by the Bani Sadr family, to which the first president of the Islamic Republic of Iran belongs, said in a statement that he died today, Saturday, in a hospital in Paris after a long struggle with illness.
The statement added: “With endless regret and a heart full of sorrow, we inform the Iranian people of the death of Mr. catch up with divine mercy.”
It is noteworthy that Abul-Hassan Bani-Sadr was born on March 22, 1933 in Baghsha, Hamedan Governorate, central Iran.
The information says that Abul-Hassan Bani-Sadr left Iran after his disagreement with the supreme leader, the founder of the Khomeinist regime, and left the country in disguise with Massoud Rajavi in 1981 and did not return. He was 45 years old during the revolution, and one of the few who received Khomeini at Paris airport a few months before the revolution.