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.
Ali Motahari, an outspoken principlist MP talks about the problems his fellow principlists face in ensuring unity in their ranks.
Sadegh Zibakalam, a prominent professor of political science, weighs in on whether Ahmadinejad will make a political comeback.
Among other things, the gathering is to discuss ways of promoting cooperation among political parties across the Islamic world.
Rafsanjani lashes out at extremists who denigrate a representative government that enjoys the leader’s support.