Monday, 16 October, 2017

Vision and Politics

  • 2009 Election

    The 10th Iranian presidential election was held in 12 of July, 2009. Due to the particular condition and domestic situation in Iran, there was a...

  • Petition against the Murder of Iranian Scientists

    Scholars, Academicians, Journalists, and Activists Condemn Murder of Iranian Technical and Scientific Experts On January 12, 2012, a bomb ripped apart a car in Tehran,...

  • Sanctions on Iran, the Most Obvious Indication of Human Rights Violation

    After the Islamic Revolution in Iran, our country has always been under global pressure. We have fought a war and we’ve been threatened with a...

  • Assassination of nuclear scientists increases the Iran’s progress

    For many years, world powers have tried to overthrow Iranian regime through different conspiracies and plots. But they have not succeeded and now have shifted...

  • Iran, a victim of terrorism

    Terror is not an emerging phenomenon. History is full of terrorist acts that have taken many innocent lives and endangered the lives, deprived people of...

  • Is Iran a democratic country?

    The movement toward republicanism which begun by Iranian nation after Islamic Revolution continues within the framework of Islamic values and so far Iranian leaders have...

  • Why does Iran and Israel have bad relationships

    The Islamic Republic of Iran declared officially its non-recognition of Israel since the very beginning of its foundation, denying the legitimacy of the Israeli State....

  • Velayat-e Faqih

    The faqih generally oversees the operation of the government to ensure that its policies and actions conform to Islamic principles. The faqih is a spiritual...

  • Executive

    The chief executive and head of state is the president, who is elected to a four-year term and may be reelected to one additional term....

  • Legislature

    Legislative authority is vested in the Majlis, a single-chamber parliament. Its 290 members, 5 of whom represent non-Muslim religious minorities, are popularly elected for four-year...

  • Council of Guardians

    A 12-member Council of Guardians ensures that all legislation enacted by the Majlis conforms to Islamic principles and the constitution. The Council of Guardians also...

  • Judiciary

    Islamic law was introduced into Iran’s legal system following the Islamic revolution of 1979. The country’s highest judicial body is the Supreme Council of Justice,...

  • Political Parties

    Political parties developed in Iran during the 1940s. Most parties were banned after forces loyal to the shah overthrew Prime Minister Mohammad Mosaddeq and instituted...

  • International Organizations

    Iran is a charter member of the United Nations (UN) and belongs to all of its specialized agencies. The country is also a founding member...

  • Local Government

    Iran is divided into 31 provinces, each headed by a governor appointed by the Ministry of Interior. The provinces are further divided into counties, each...

  • Why Israel doesn’t attack Iran?

    These days we hear lots of rumors about attacking Iran. If we want to fully understand the scene firstly we have to see whether military...

  • THE REVOLUTION

    In 1978 opponents of the shah had several bloody encounters with his security troops. The most notorious of these clashes was on September 8, when...