Mir Hadi Ghareh Seyed Roomiani (born in 1975) is an Iranian jurist and politician.
As of 2015, he was a member of the “presidium of the parliament’s Judiciary and Legal Commission” or of the “presidium of the Parliamentary Judiciary Commission”.[unreliable source?] As of 2017, he was the “Deputy Minister of Parliamentary, Legal and Provincial Affairs of the Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts Organization”.[unreliable source?] As of 2020, he was the “Deputy Minister of Parliamentary, Legal and Provincial Affairs of the Ministry of Cooperatives, Labor and Social Welfare”.[unreliable source?] He also, at one point[when?], was a member of the “Parliament’s Legal and Judicial Commission”.[clarification needed]
He was an independent representative of Tabriz, Osko, and Azarshahr in the ninth Islamic Consultative Assembly. He obtained a diploma in mathematics and physics. After obtaining a bachelor’s degree in judicial sciences from Tehran University of Judicial Sciences, he obtained a master’s degree in international law and a doctorate in private law from Mofid University in Qom. He received Tomer diploma from Ankara University in Turkey. He also passed the basic and advanced studies levels as sat’h. He also studied research courses known as kharij for two years.
Prior to joining the Islamic Consultative Assembly, based on his background, education, and legal and international experiences, he held positions such as Director-General of Legal and Codification Department of Guardian Council, Member of the Arbitration Court of the Football Federation, Head of International Affairs of the Public and Revolutionary Courts of Tehran.
Mir Hadi Ghareh Seyed Roomiani was elected to the Islamic Consultative Assembly in 2011 as an independent representative in the second round with the support of the people of Tabriz. He entered the ninth term of the Islamic Consultative Assembly with 40.09% of the votes out of 125,471 votes. Meanwhile, he was Secretary of the Iran-Turkey Parliamentary Friendship Group.