Iranian politician Nina Siakhali Moradi epitomized the promise of more civil rights for the country’s women when she won her bid as an alternate to the Qazvin city council earlier this summer. But now she’s had her election overturned by religious conservatives, who have basically barred her from office for being too hot. More on Shine: Hillary Clinton's New Haircut: What's the Buzz? “We don't want a catwalk model on the council,” balked an unnamed senior official in Qazvin, according to a report in the Times of London. But the official reason, as explained to the news agency IranWire by Seyed Reza Hossaini, Qazvin’s representative in Parliament and a review board member, was that, “Her votes have been nullified due to her disqualification, as the review board did not approve her credentials. We have told her the reason why she has been disqualified.” More on Yahoo!: Study: Female Politicians Are Stereotyped, But Not as Women Still, Iran’s judiciary and intelligence services had originally granted approval (as is the system) to Moradi’s candidacy in Qazvin, the ancient capital of the Persian empire, about 100 miles from Tehran. The 27-year-old architecture grad student ran under the slogan “Young ideas for a young future,” and was committed to fighting for improved rights of both women and youth. http://shine.yahoo.com/work-money/iranian-politician-deemed-too-pretty-to-hold-office-181459345.html What a shame , such a beautiful creature not to be allowed represent the people .