A reformist daily says a gathering which was originally meant to secure convergence among principlists seems to have revealed cracks in their ranks.
Principlists get together to examine ways of securing much-needed unity for parliamentary elections expected to be held in early 2016.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says the enemy’s intelligence agencies are behind divisive plots hatched against Muslims.
Mehdi Fazaeli has taken a look at the Constitution and the conditions in which it allows a referendum, stressing the inviolability of the Constitution.
The Leader said that the only way that Iran could counter enemy’s power is for the country to be immunized against sanctions.
Seyyed Reza Akrami, a statesman, elaborates on President Rouhani’s comments that our ideals are not tied to centrifuges.
A former Iranian ambassador to the UN elaborates on the problems the Rouhani government faces and the reasons why the president is concerned.
President Rouhani's proposal for referendum on key state questions has drawn strong reactions from political activists, reformist and principlist alike.
Under the Constitution, as for major economic, social, political and cultural issues, instead of having the suggested changes to the law approved in parliament, they could be put to a referendum, said President Rouhani.
Gholamali Haddad Adel says the Iranian survival does not hinge on a deal with the West and unity holds the key to principlist success.