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A group of Iranian lawmakers are seeking the impeachment of the minister of road and urban development, shortly after a similar bid against another cabinet minister was suspended at the legislature.
Iran’s parliament speaker says proposals for the impeachment of Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade Reza Fatemi Amin has been shelved until after the government submits its bill to divide the ministry into two different ministries.
A group of Iranian MPs has urged the parliament speaker to probe into allegations against two lawmakers who are allegedly seeking to impeach a cabinet minister through favoritism.
A member of the Iranian parliament’s presiding board says it has taken delivery of request for the impeachment of the four ministers of industry, mine and trade, interior, roads and urban development, and finally, agricultural jihad.
The process to impeach the Iranian minister of industries, mines and commerce has not been derailed after some lawmakers withdrew their support for the motion, a member of parliament has revealed.
Iranian Vice President for Parliamentary Affairs has said 20 MPs have withdrawn their signature from a motion that called for the impeachment of Iran’s minister of industries, mines and commerce.
An Iranian lawmaker’s remarks regarding the marriage of single girls with foreigners, have drawn a public backlash inside the country.
Iranian lawmakers have overwhelmingly voted to re-elect Mohammad-Bagher Ghalibaf as the speaker of the country’s Parliament, better known as Majlis, for a third year.
Footage has emerged of an Iranian member of parliament apparently attempting to assist her fugitive brother evade arrest by police.
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian has explained different aspects of the country's balanced foreign policy, dynamic diplomacy and smart government interactions to lawmakers.
A member of the Iranian parliament’s presiding board has said the internet protection bill is back at the legislative body to be put to a vote.
Iranian lawmakers have voted to eliminate the official subsidized exchange rate of 42,000 rials to one US dollar, a report says.
The Iranian Parliament’s Presiding Board has annulled a decision by a special joint committee to approve a controversial piece of legislation to regulate online activity.
A special committee at the Iranian Parliament (Majlis) has overwhelmingly approved the outlines of controversial bill designed to protect cyber space, which many are worried may restrict activity on the Internet.
The Iranian parliament’s joint commission for budget has approved allocation of free tar to underprivileged areas, and provision of over 700 million dollars from the national oil company’s resources to expand natural gas pipelines to rural areas.
Iranian lawmakers have approved proposals by a parliamentary commission to launch an investigation into the performance of the presidential office of former President Hassan Rouhani.
A group of Iranian Judiciary employees have held a rally in front of the Parliament building in Tehran to demand better working conditions and higher salaries.
The Iranian Constitutional Council, also known as the Guardian Council, has announced the reasons behind the disqualification of former Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani from running in the country’s June 2021 presidential election.
Iranian Parliament Speaker Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf has corrected his previous comments about the slapping in the face of a traffic policeman by a lawmaker around 10 months ago.
253 Iranian lawmakers have sent a letter to Iran’s Judiciary chief to investigate a corruption case in a deal for exporting gas from Iran to the United Arab Emirates.
Iranian lawmakers have not voted in favor of President Raeisi’s proposed Minister of Education Massoud Fayyazi. 140 lawmakers voted against Fayyazi and 115 voted for.
Iranian President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi says Tehran is pressing ahead with its oil sales program successfully.
A group of 160 Iranian lawmakers, in a letter, have called for government planning and active economic diplomacy to make the most out of the Islamic Republic’s membership in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.
The spokesman of the Iranian Parliament’s Presiding Board has said the 11th legislature has no resolution on the confidentiality or non-confidentiality of the properties of the officials.