The system’s dependable commanders who use every rent for economic corruption
Seyed Ezzatollah Zarghami (born on March 6, 1338) is a politician who currently serves as the Minister of Cultural Heritage, Tourism, and Handicrafts and is a member of the Supreme Council of Cyberspace. He has a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Amir Kabir University of Technology and a master’s degree in industrial management from Azad University. From 1371 to 1372, Zarghami was the Deputy Minister of Culture and Guidance for Parliament Affairs, and from 1374 to 1376, he was also the Deputy Minister of Culture for Cinema Affairs. Ezzatullah Zarghami was born on March 6, 1338 in Nazi Abad. His family had migrated from Dezful city in Khuzestan province, and his father was an employee of the National Oil Company. He completed his primary education at Borumand Elementary School, middle school at Pahlavi School and high school at Tehran High School, along with people like Hassan Moghadam, Hossein Mohammadi and Hamidreza Katouzian. In 1357, he was admitted to the bachelor’s degree in civil engineering at Amir Kabir University of Technology, which was postponed until 1365 due to the revolution of 1357 and the closure of universities. Zarghami was one of the members of the Central Council of the Association of Students following the line of the Imam, who participated in the occupation of the American Embassy. His official career began in 1981 with the Revolutionary Guard Corps and its radio program. He was the deputy director of cinematographic affairs of the Ministry of Guidance during the administration of Ali Larijani and Mustafa Mirslim in this ministry, as well as the deputy director of broadcasting in the affairs of provinces, legal affairs, and parliament, during the presidency of Larijani in this organization. In 2013, Zarghami received the honorary badge of a jihadist in the field of culture and art.