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In 1979, Amini moved to Paris, France. There he headed the Front for the Liberation of Iran, a monarchist opposition group . He complained about internal struggle among the exiled Iranian monachists. He said "We're not even back in Tehran [and] they quarrel over the name of the country's future prime minister.
Amini died in Paris on 12 December 1992, aged 87. His body was buried in Passy Cemetery .