Foreign Investment Expected to Boost Iranian Industries: MP

An Iranian Member of Parliament says the Islamic Republic’s international relations should lead to the promotion of its industries and exports.

Iran to Defeat US in Int’l Lawsuit Filed at ICJ

A top Iranian parliamentarian says Tehran will win the lawsuit it has filed against the US at The Hague and make Washington compensate for its misappropriation of Iran’s assets.

Lawmakers Back Iran’s Missile Program

Iranian lawmakers have thrown their weight behind the country’s missile program, underlining the need for boosting deterrence power to guarantee national security.
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Iran’s Parliament Supports Domestic Video Games Production

By charging higher taxes on import of computer games to Iran, $3.1 billion would be allocated to game production in Iran this year, an Iranian MP says.

MP Criticizes Rouhani’s Gov’t for Failing to Pursue Lawsuits against US

A top Iranian parliamentarian says President Hassan Rouhani’s government is not doing enough to follow up on the lawsuits Iran has filed against the United States.
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Arab League Organising Its Anti-Iran Efforts by Forming Permanent Committee

A number of Iranian lawmakers have harshly criticized the recent move by the Arab League to establish a permanent anti-Iran committee, saying such moves are led by Saudi Arabia and aimed at organising their anti-Iran plots.

Visiting Iran Will Become Even Cheaper: MP

The cost of traveling across Iran will go down before the end of the Iranian year (March 20), according to an Iranian lawmaker.
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Iranian Parliament Votes for Increased Bandwidth

The Iranian Parliament authorized the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology to increase the country’s bandwidth by 30 terabytes per second during the Sixth Five-Year Economic Development Plan (2016-21).

New Obligations for Iran Following JCPOA Joint Commission Meeting

Iranian MPs have shown mixed reactions to the recent JCPOA Joint Commission meeting on January 10. Some of them have pointed to new obligations imposed on Iran, and some referred to the US retreatment from its previous positions.

Iran’s Government Urged to Extend Int’l Academic Exchanges

Iranian lawmakers have approved a plan that urges the administration to expand its academic relations with the world.

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