Highlights of Ettela’at newspaper on August 30

Ettelaat Highlights-post

A special look at the headlines Ettela’at newspaper covered on August 30.

 “Whenever we talk about compliance with law, some people tell us not to make a fuss!” President Rouhani told a press conference.

He further said that on the local front the government has done its best not to create any new wounds and heal the wounds of the past.

 The vice-president for legal affairs has said that there are 15 million legal cases that have yet to be heard.

 An arrest warrant has been issued for the former Pakistani prime minister and a number of senior officials of the previous government.

An anti-corruption court issued an arrest warrant for former Premier Yousaf Raza Gilani and a former head of the opposition Pakistan People’s Party (PPP).

 Museums on Pre-Islamic Iran and Islamic Period have opened in Tehran.

First Vice-President Eshagh Jahangiri, who was on hand for the inaugural, said government seeks to draw on the past to build a good future for the nation.

 Some five million people should settle in new towns.

More than 30,000 apartments in new towns – part of the Mehr affordable housing project – will be delivered to applicants shortly.

 Birth rate registered a 5 percent increase last month.

In all, more than 143,000 babies were born in the 31 days to August 23.

 

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