Tehran (IP) - The spokesman of the Industries and Mines Commission of the Islamic Consultative Assembly, read the report of the commission on Tuesday morning during the review of the qualifications of the proposed Minister of Industry, Mines and Trade, and Fatemi-Amin was approved in the report in terms of efficiency, agility in the industries, and attention to appropriate progress.

Iran PressIran news: In this report, Ruhollah Abbaspour, stated that the most important programs proposed by the Minister are to reform the structure of production and trade, to promote inter-firm cooperation, to reform market mechanisms, and to regulate the market.

He also underlined that Reza Fatemi-Amin's short-term plan is to improve market regulation, increase exports, and support and remove production barriers.

Abbaspour said that the implementation of the proposed Minister's plans with the upstream documents indicates that 37% are compatible with the above-mentioned goals and 37% are in line.

In the end, he stated that Fatemi-Amin's ability in the Ministry of Industry was approved by an absolute majority of votes in the Industries and Mines Commission.

The session of Iran's Parliament for the vote of confidence to the proposed ministers of Ebrahim Raisi's cabinet began on Saturday in the presence of the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran with a speech by the Speaker of the Parliament, and the procedure is still continuing. 


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