Iranian MPs hold open session to question Minister over digital games
The open session of Iran's parliament started on Wednesday morning with MPs posing questions to Iran's Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance, Abbas Salehi over the issue of digital games and its effects on children.
Iran Press/ Iran news: The representative of people of Mashhad in Iran's parliament Nasrollah Pejmanfar on Wednesday, asked a question from Iran's Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance, Abbas Salehi about issue of computer games, and the effects of such games on children and youngsters.
According to Iran Press news agency, the open meeting of Iranian parliament was co-chaired by First Deputy Speaker of the Majlis, Masoud Pezeshkian.
Meanwhile, parliamentarian Amir Hossein Ghazi Zadeh Hashemi has read the agenda of Wednesday talks in parliament which includes:
The review of amendment to article (242) of the Criminal Procedure Law.
The economic commission report over reviewing the bill regarding Iranian government cooperation with Asia-Pacific Lab Accreditation Cooperation.
Second report of National Security and Foreign Policy Commission over the establishment of the Armed Forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran's marine industries.
Reviewing the parliamentarians' request on the establishment of the Islamic Republic of Iran's banking plan in the framework of article 88 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran.