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Iran is a country whose political set up has long historical background and historically, the initial efforts to divide the national territory dates back to Achaemenid era. Despite the fact that adherence to administrative divisions and political stability from the aspects of continuity of sovereign government and nation-state at different level have always been considered as the final goal in the planning system, here question arises that why the pattern of administrative divisions especially in the contemporary era have failed in accessing to this goal? Hypothetically, it has been assumed that with reference to the failure of this pattern, one of the factors which has not been fully taken into account is the formation modern internal political divisions as well as none execution the fundamental legal principles that was started under the aegis of central government with the coup-d’etat of 1920 by Reza Khan. Actually, fostering his authoritarian way that was contrary to the constitutionalism had fulfilled the basis for political development in the previous era, lead to empower national and cultural movements and collapse of the first and second autocracy, instance of which can be seen in the Kurdistan and Azerbaijan crises of 1920s. This research aims to study the relationships between the pattern of administrative divisions and political instabilities between two constitutional revolutions and Islamic revolution, using literature survey and content analysis methods.