What aspect of Iran's government makes it oligarchic? The national government has power over local governments. Religious teaching is an important part of the government. A small class of people has control over the government. The military has a powerful influence over the government.

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Iran's government is considered oligarchic because a small class of people has control over the government. Their legislature is called the Islamic Consultative Assembly.

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