Tehran (IP): During the first presidential debate, Amir Hossein Ghazizadeh-Hashemi has stressed the importance of preventing illegal imports, which threatens production.

Iran PressIran News: In the second part of the first debate of Iran's 13th Presidential Election, Mohsen Rezaee also criticized the approach of the administration of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, noting that the average economic growth in the current inflation was zero and the average inflation was 54%.

Amir Hossein Ghazizadeh-Hashemi, another candidate said: "Unfortunately, we are witnessing a large import mafia that threatens production with various special previligious."

Ghazizadeh-Hashemi has stressed the importance of preventing illegal imports, which threatens production.

Saeed Jalili, another presidential election candidate stressed that one of the employment and currency opportunities was mining, which can be used as a driving force for the country's economy.

The candidate of the 13th round of the presidential election added that one of the problems was the sale of raw materials from the mines and it was necessary to pay attention to this part.

Also, Ebrahim Raisi has said that the government should pave a legal way for the people so that they do not pursue illegal work.

Raisi said that today land-grabbing in the country has decreased due to the actions of the judiciary, and a council had been set up to combat land-grabbing.

The candidate of the 13th presidential election said that the existence of an official document for real estate in the country was important and non-governmental organizations should be formed in the field of combating land-grabbing.

Mohsen Mehr-Alizadeh, another presidential candidate, said in the second part of the televised debate that there should be an effective plan to use the market of 500 million people in neighboring countries.

The presidential candidate stated that in order for capital to enter the country, investment security must be created.

Mehr-Alizadeh underscored: "Carrying out large economic projects requires money and the country's financial situation is clear."

Alireza-Zakani also said in the second part of the first presidential election debate that no one would take responsibility for the current government's actions and that the government's income came from the people's pockets.

The presidential candidate in Iran stated: Today there is no other way but a leap in production.

Abdul Nasser Hemmati, the candidate for the 13th presidential election, said in the second part of the debate that he did not represent President Hassan Rouhani in the election.

Hemmati outlined the strategies of controlling prices and creating calmness in the market. The agricultural sector is very important and the villagers’ lives depend on agriculture, and there is a plan to improve agriculture, he said.


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