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Ghalibaf: Zionist regime, reactionaries cannot hide behind Daesh mask

Iranian Parliament Speaker Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf says the Zionist regime and reactionary forces cannot hide behind the mask of the Daesh terrorist group and anti-Iran Saudi-funded media based in London, holding them responsible for the recent deadly unrest in Iran.

Mortazavi wins parliament confidence vote, becomes Iran’s labor minister

Solat Mortazavi has been appointed as Iran’s minister of cooperative, labor and social welfare after securing a vote of confidence from the country’s Parliament (Majlis).

Iran parliament fact-finding committee: Mahsa Amini didn’t die of blows to body

The Iranian parliament’s fact-finding committee has released a report on the death of Mahsa Amini, confirming the results of an earlier investigation by Iran’s forensic organization that the young Iranian woman did not die of blows to any part of her body by the police.

Iran’s parliament rejects president Raisi’s proposed labor minister

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi’s candidate to take the helm of the Ministry of Labor, Cooperatives and Social Welfare, was voted down at the parliament on Tuesday.

Iranian MPs urge protesters to distance from rioters, thank police

Iranian lawmakers have defended the country's security forces for dealing with the “riots” over the death of 22-year-old girl Mahsa Amini at the police headquarters in Tehran.

Iranian parl. speaker: Culprits in Mahsa Amini’s death should be immediately dealt with

The Iranian parliament speaker says a clear light should be shed on the death of Mahsa Amini, a young Iranian woman who died in police custody two weeks ago, stressing those who are responsible for her demise should be confronted.

Ghalibaf: Iran’s parl’t to push for morality police reforms

After the recent death of a young Iranian woman caused a huge uproar nationwide, the speaker of the Iranian parliament has tasked the Domestic Affairs Committee of the legislature with investigating and improving the morality police’s performance.

Zahedivafa proposed to Iran’s Parliament as labor minister

The spokesman for the Presiding Board of the Iranian Parliament says the administration has proposed Mohammad-Hadi Zahedivafa as minister of cooperatives, labor and social welfare.

Iranian president proposes new labor minister, parliament to vote after summer break

An Iranian MP says President Ebrahim Raisi has proposed Mohammad Hadi Zahedivafa as his pick for minister of labor to parliament.

Several Iranian MPs caution President Raisi against US ‘deception’ in JCPOA revival process

A group of Iranian lawmakers write to President Ebrahim Raisi to caution his administration against possible US deception as part of a revived nuclear agreement, officially titled the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

Some Iranian MPs seeking impeachment of cultural heritage minister

An Iranian lawmaker says a group of his colleagues have activated a motion for the impeachment of Ezzatollah Zarghami, the minister of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism.

Attackers open fire on house of Iranian MP in Khuzestan Province

Two unknown assailants riding a motorbike have sprayed the house of an Iranian MP in Khuzestan Province in southern Iran with bullets.

20 Iranian MPs seek impeachment of road minister over fatal train derailment

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 parliament shelves industry minister impeachment for now

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.

Iran MPs call for probe into allegations behind impeachment of minister

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.

Iranian MP: requests for impeachment of four ministers delivered

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.

MP: Motion to impeach Iran industries minister still on track

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 VP says MPs withdraw support for minister of industries impeachment

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.

Iranian MP’s ‘transnational marriage solution’ draws ire

An Iranian lawmaker’s remarks regarding the marriage of single girls with foreigners, have drawn a public backlash inside the country.

Qalibaf re-elected Iran’s Parliament speaker for 3rd year

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 shows Iranian MP attempting to assist fugitive brother evade arrest

Footage has emerged of an Iranian member of parliament apparently attempting to assist her fugitive brother evade arrest by police.

Iran top diplomat meets with MPs, answers foreign policy questions

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.

Internet Protection Bill to return to Iranian parliament’s floor

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.

Iran lawmakers vote to scrap clock shifts

Iran’s parliament has voted to end one-hour clock changes which extended daylight hours from the beginning of spring across the country.

Iranian Parliament votes to eliminate subsidized exchange rate: Report

Iranian lawmakers have voted to eliminate the official subsidized exchange rate of 42,000 rials to one US dollar, a report says.

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