Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, in a meeting with top IRGC commanders, hailed the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps' services, stressing that unity among all Iranian forces is key to serving the nation.
As Iranian President Rouhani is preparing to announce his next cabinet, speculations are increasingly raised on his cabinet’s line-up by main political figures from the two main political camps in Iran.
In an effort to increase transparency and promote Freedom of Information (FOI) in the Islamic Republic, the Iranian government has officially launched a portal that provides people with free access to the information of state institutions.
An Iranian parliament official says the swearing-in ceremony of Iran’s President-elect Hassan Rouhani will be held on the previously-planned date.
The spokesman for the Iranian administration praised a recent missile attack the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps launched against terrorists in Syria as a manifestation of national might, stressing that the cabinet supports the IRGC’s missile program and capabilities.
Iranian vice-president for women affairs says Rouhani will most probably designate two or three female ministers in his next cabinet, which is supposed to be formed within a couple of months.
Iranian Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani indirectly criticized Hassan Rouhani’s campaign promise to end the house arrest of opposition figures, saying those who make such ‘provocative’ promises are not in a position to fulfil them.
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.
Hassan Rouhani, who was recently re-elected as Iran’s president in the May 19 presidential election, is going to attend a press conference in Tehran.
Iran’s foreign minister has thrown his weight behind the Rouhani administration’s performance, saying it has secured several breakthroughs during its tenure.