Former Iranian president Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani had such a prominent role in Iran’s politics that his demise will have consequences for both reformists and conservatives in future.
The extreme happiness of a number of Iranian statesmen over receiving only one Airbus plane is both surprising and ridiculous, said a senior Iranian conservative journalist.
The leading conservative newspaper Kayhan has called on President Hassan Rouhani to answer 12 questions in his Tuesday press conference.
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.
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Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf, the Mayor of Tehran, says subway construction in the Iranian capital has faced troubles due to a lack of governmental support.
An Iranian conservative politician says the political faction endeavours to reach an agreement on Rouhani’s opponent in Iran’s 2017 presidential elections.
A veteran Iranian diplomat and a senior conservative believes that President Hassan Rouhani has made its government dependent on the nuclear deal with world powers, but JCPOA will not have a happy ending under his administration.
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.
An attempt to arrest the reformist Iranian lawmaker Mahmoud Sadeqi on Sunday has sparked great controversy during the past few days in Iran.
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.