Ali Motahari – Iran MP – Translation of the latest news and views from the Iran newspapers and media
Former Iranian lawmaker Ali Motahari has welcomed comments by Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian on the possibility of direct talks with the US, during the Vienna negotiations on the 2015 nuclear deal.
A senior Iranian politician says if Joe Biden wins the US elections this year, hardliners will have little chance to win the 2021 presidential elections in Iran.
An Iranian lawmaker has revealed details of a French proposal to convince Iran not to take the next step in reducing commitments under the 2015 nuclear deal, saying Paris has put forward a $15 billion credit line for oil purchases from Iran.
Deputy Speaker of Iranian Parliament says majority of Iranians will vote in favour of Hijab if a referendum is being held today.
Several Iranian figures have commented on the possible impact of Donald Trump’s antagonistic approach towards JCPOA, as the controversial US president is preparing to announce his stance on the fate of the 2015 nuclear deal.
A senior Iranian lawmaker says the International Conference on Palestinian Intifada, which is underway in Tehran, as an accurate and necessary action to keep alive the issue of Palestine and the cause of liberating al-Quds.
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.
The cancellation of an Iranian lawmaker’s planned speech in Iran’s northeastern city of Mashhad has led to widespread reactions by the government and the Parliament.
The outspoken vice-speaker of Iran’s Parliament believes that Tehran should not be worried about allowing the European Union to open an office in Iran, and even should welcome the criticisms of its human rights conditions.
Tehran MP Ali Motahari has said that by boycotting the press exhibition the principlist media have acknowledged that protest and opposition are not off-limits in the Islamic Republic.
Ali Motahari, in a letter to Shiraz Friday prayer leader, defends his viewpoints on freedom of thought and speech.
Ali Motahari, representing Tehran in the Islamic Consultative Assembly, said that thanks to reformist tendencies of the government, the media are subject to closures and permit revocations more than before.
Ali Motahari, a Tehran MP, made a speech at Tehran University in a ceremony marking national Student Day.