An Iranian conservative newspaper has called on President Hassan Rouhani to reciprocate a travel ban imposed by his US counterpart Donald Trump on Iranian nationals.
A reformist politician believes that after ex-president Ayatollah Hashemi Rafsanjani’s death no one has that much ability to co-ordinate all reformist and moderate movements.
Critics say that a meeting of reformists only debated general issues, not those topics which are directly related to public and national interests.
Almost a week before the February 26 elections for Iran’s parliament and Assembly of Experts, several groups and political figures including the two major...
While reformist and moderate newspapers as well as President Rouhani and the majority of Iranian Parliament harshly criticized the recent cancellation of the outspoken MP Ali Motahari’s speech in Mashhad, major conservative newspapers have held a different view of the incident.
An official at the Presidential Office has said that the youth should not allow to be affected by extremist groups and those who think that the revival of moderation would sound their death knell.
Rafsanjani lashes out at extremists who denigrate a representative government that enjoys the leader’s support.
A reformist parliament member says winning the next presidential election will not be an easy task for President Hassan Rouhani and his supporters must take his campaign seriously so that he will win the election.
President Rouhani told a meeting of political figures that all political parties should respect the 'rules of the game' in terms of their political activities.
Sources close to ex-president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad are suggesting that he will not run for next year’s presidential elections after being reportedly advised against doing so.