Law

Mr Sepanta Niknam

Iranian Conservative Denounces Disqualification of Zoroastrian Councillor

A senior Iranian conservative figure has criticized the Guardian Council’s decision to disqualify the Zoroastrian member of Yazd’s City Council Sepanta Niknam, who had been elected by popular vote.
Iranian economy

Deregulation; Best Way to Save Iran’s Economy

An Iranian analyst believes deregulation of the Iranian economy is the most suitable solution for strengthening the country's economy.

Gunfire at Weddings; A Wrong, Fatal Iranian Tradition

Every now and then, the wrong tradition of celebratory gunfire in some Iranian cities turns a wedding ceremony into a mourning one.
Iran Reviewing Bill to Protect Women against Violence

Iran Reviewing Bill to Protect Women against Violence

An Iranian official says a bill on protection of women against violence is being reviewed at the country’s Judiciary.
MP Backs Granting Nationality to Children with Foreign Fathers

MP Backs Granting Nationality to Children with Foreign Fathers

An Iranian lawmaker says granting Iranian nationality to the children born to an Iranian mother and a non-Iranian father not only is a must for population management, but can also decrease insecurity in the country.
New Drug Law to Save Lives of Many Iranians on Death Row

New Drug Law to Save Lives of Many Iranians on Death Row

An Iranian lawmaker says more than 90 percent of those sentenced to death for carrying illicit drugs would have the chance to return to life if the new bill passed by the Parliament is signed into law.
Iran and Saudi Arabia

Iran Football Wins Case against Saudi Arabia at CAS

Iran’s Football Federation has reportedly won a major case against its Saudi counterpart after almost a year.
Iran Planning to Raise Women’s Legal Age of Marriage

Iran Planning to Raise Women’s Legal Age of Marriage

An Iranian lawmaker says the Iranian Parliament’s female MPs have decided to introduce a plan to raise the legal age of marriage for women in the country.
Why Iran’s Missile Tests Don’t Violate UNSC Resolution 2231

Why Iran’s Missile Tests Don’t Violate UNSC Resolution 2231

Two Iranian experts of international law have discussed why the Islamic Republic of Iran’s missile tests are not against the UN Security Council Resolution 2231.
Mohammad-Ebrahim Rezaee

US Court Ruling Part of Anti-Iran War of Nerves: MP

An Iranian legislator has strongly slammed a ‘pointless and illogical’ US court ruling which urges Iran to pay compensation to the families of the victims of a bombing attributed to Hamas.

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