A leading Iranian conservative newspaper has decried the ‘suspicious’ move by a group of hardliners on the International Quds Day to chant insulting slogans against President Hassan Rouhani.
An Iranian newspaper says those who chanted insulting slogans against President Hassan Rouhani are notorious people.
A group of senior reformist figures have decried the meddlesome comments by the US Secretary of State who spoke of regime change in Iran.
Iran’s president has lashed out at the hardliners and the opposition media for using foul language when criticizing the government.
Iran’s free gas export to Turkey has given rise to a considerable controversy in the country with some calling it a great loss inflicted on the national treasury for which the incumbent government is to blame, and some saying that Ankara has already paid for the gas it is receiving from Tehran for free.
Iran’s first vice-president hailed the ‘historic’ move by Iranian voters to say “No” to the campaign promises of paying more cash subsidies in spite of their economic problems.
The Iranian legislators on Wednesday elected Ali Larijani as the speaker of the parliament for 10th consecutive year.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s main rival in Iran elections has hit out at the foreign policy adopted by his administration, saying remarks by some domestic authorities have led to the intensification of US bans on Tehran.
Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf, the Mayor of Tehran who dropped out of Iran’s presidential election in favour of a fellow right-winger, has felicitated the re-elected president Hassan Rouhani on the Iranian nation’s massive and epic turnout in the votes.
Reformist and moderate candidates have won all the 21 seats of Tehran’s City Council according to the final results declared by Tehran governor, ending the 15-year dominance of conservative councillors.