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Ayatollah Raisi in his remarks in final defence of the proposed ministers:

Careful review of the competence of the proposed ministers in parliament a manifestation of religious democracy/ People cannot stand discords between parliament, gov’t/ We trust and respect parliament’s opinion

The President called the careful review along with the sensitivity of the competencies of the government-proposed ministers in the Islamic Consultative Assembly a manifestation of religious democracy and said, “People should know that their representatives’ sensitivity regarding economic, social, cultural and political issues and the administration of the country are useful and important”.

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Wed 25 - August 2021 - 18:52

Speaking on Wednesday afternoon in the last session of the parliament to review the qualifications of the proposed ministers, Ayatollah Dr Seyyed Ebrahim Raisi congratulate the Government’s Week and emphasised, "Introducing the proposed ministers to the Islamic Consultative Assembly was based on criteria such as efficiency, expertise, democracy, anti-corruption and honesty with the people that I promised to the people during the election campaign”.

Stating that in the process of reviewing the record of the proposed ministers to introduce to the parliament, scientific competence as well as practical and executive competence has been emphasised and considered, Ayatollah Raisi said, "Not being suspected of any kind of has been considered the absolute condition for all the proposed ministers”.

Stating that this condition is not a condition that can be ignored, the President emphasised, "The government that wants to be anti-corruption must give responsibility to anti-corruption people”.

Ayatollah Raisi stated, "All those involved in the government should know that today, being free from corruption is a central issue in this government and the slightest issue will not be tolerated”.

Emphasising that I will not fall short in the fight against corruption, the President said, "There are no accusations levelled against any of the ministers, and our red line in the fight against corruption is only not being accused of anything".

At the beginning of his speech in the Islamic Consultative Assembly, the President thanked the doctors, nurses and medical staff of the country who are protecting the lives of the people, and thanked the parliament for its two-week efforts and also the Speaker’s initiative in this regard.

Dr Raisi said, "The implicit condition that our dear people voted me for, even if they did not mentioned it explicitly was the issue of fighting corruption”.

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