Law

Nejatollah Ebrahimian

Iran’s Guardian Council approves bill on protection of Iranian nuclear achievements

The Guardian Council says that it has not found a parliamentary bill on safeguarding Iran's nuclear rights and achievements as contrary to the Constitution.

Canadian Court Ruling to Seize Iran’s Assets: FM Reaction

On Saturday June 11, the Iranian Foreign Ministry strongly criticized a Canadian court’s ruling ordering the seizure of Iranian non-diplomatic assets under the pretext of alleged role in terrorist activities.
Number of LabourOrganizations in Iran Grows by 40%

Number of Labour Organizations in Iran Grows by 40%

Iranian Minister for Cooperatives, Labour and Social Welfare, Ali Rabiei, says the number of Iranian worker organizations has witnessed a 40-percent growth during the first four months of President Hassan Rouhani’s second term in office.
Iranians Can Keep up to 10,000 Euros

Iranians Can Keep up to 10,000 Euros

Iranian people are authorized to keep up to 10,000 euros or its equivalent in other currencies, according to the country’s central bank.

Prison Sentence Changed to 1,000 Hours of Work on Environment

A young Iranian criminal who had been sentenced to prison will serve his term by cleaning up the environment from now on.
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Gender Equality Key to National Security: Iranian Activist

An Iranian women rights activist hailed a recent bill passed by the Parliament to ensure gender equality in the country, and highlighted the key role such equality plays in national security.
Iran's Parliament

Iran MPs Consider Suing Canada Over Asset Seizure

A parliamentary panel in Iran is examining Canada's appropriation of Iranian assets for the possible launch of a lawsuit against the seizure, an MP says.
Hossein Entezami

Iran Starts Implementing Law on Freedom of Information (FOI)

An Iranian official says an online system has been launched to provide Iranian citizens with free access to the information of public and private organizations and institutes.
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Education and Economics Delaying Marriage

Iranian men and women are marrying later than ever before. Data from the National Organization for Civil Registration (NOCR) shows that women are now getting married at 27.2 years and men at 31 years, on average. This is a large increase on previous figures, which were 23.8 for women and 28.5 for men.
“Candidates’ Election Costs Should Be Transparent to People”

“Candidates’ Election Costs Should Be Transparent to People”

An Iranian parliamentarian says the public should be informed of candidates’ election expenditure.

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