Saleh Kamrani was born on December 31, 1972 in the city of Ahar, East Azerbaijan. After graduation, he entered the law faculty of the University of Shiraz. During his studies at the university, he began teaching Turkic language and literature courses in the dormitory of the university with the participation of M.Sadig, a professor of Turkic language and literature.
After completing his military service, starting to work Saleh Kamrani is also pursuing a master’s degree at Shiraz University. He has been active in the creation of the Shiraz University Turkic Language Students Association and the Turkic and Persian language “Savalan” newspaper (as editor-in-chief). Then, as a lawyer, he tries to defend the rights of Azerbaijani national cultural activists Gulamrza Amani, Abbas Lisani, Hamid Iman, Seyid Javad Mousavi, Hidayat Zakir, Maharram Kamrani, Ibrahim Savalan, Saleh Molla Abbasi, Javad Abbasi and Abbas Nik Ravan. He also defended their rights in court as an Arab national activist, a member of the Iranian Writers Association, Yusif Azizi Benitorof, and Mohsen Sazegara, a Persian-speaking nationalist.
The Central Party of Azerbaijan (AMP) has chosen the right of the peoples living in Iran to determine their own destiny as its main goal and supports the national will of the Turks of South Azerbaijan in the future political framework.
The Central Party of Azerbaijan knows that the people living in South Azerbaijan will support the parties and organizations that protect our national interests, and continues its political activities in this area.
“Rationality (consciousness), reconciliation and acceptance of the results of common sense is AMP’s policy-making method. Our party is against hatred, anger, accusation, dissolution and sowing the seeds of discord, and will never allow such cases. Opposition and critics have always been treated with respect and dignity by us. And it will always be so. Insults, humiliation, hatred, oppression and such methods will never be used. No matter who is in front of us and what language they speak, we, as AMP, will not go out of courtesy.”