Tehran (IP): Mohsen Mehr Alizadeh, a volunteer in the 13th Iranian Presidential Election, told reporters on Thursday that the country's priority today was the economy, and in order to solve economic problems, a person familiar with micro and macro management must be in office.

Iran Press/Iran news: Mohsen Mehr Alizadeh, the reformist volunteer in the 13th Iranian Presidential Election noted: "With more than 40 years of executive experience and holding many jobs in various economic and political fields, and with a regular program that is the result of my one-year work, I have prepared myself to remove problems from people’s life."

"The name of my government is the government of transformation and justice; transformation in social and economic issues especially the provision of desirable livelihood for Iranian people," added Mehr Alizadeh.

Mehr Alizadeh went on to say that a dynamic relationship with the elite, providing people with livelihoods, removing obstacles to production and exports, a 3-5 time increase in subsidies for the poor people, creating one million jobs for young people per annum, attracting Iranian investment abroad, and reforming the export system were among his programs. 

He also said: "An economy that can reduce the dependence of the country's budget on oil to zero is necessary."

The 13th round of Iran's Presidential Election will be held on June 18, 2021.


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