Tehran (IP) - One of Tehran's representatives, in opposition to the proposed Minister of Sciences, Research and Technology, called Mohammad Ali Zolfigol's experiences limited.

Iran Press/Iran news: Ali Yazdikhah, referring to the limited experience of the proposed Minister of Sciences, Research, and Technology, has said that the tasks of this ministry, priorities, and records, are intensive and future-oriented.

Yazdikhah went on to say that Zolfigol had not presented a plan for change in the humanities, university entrance exams, and its problems.

He stated that the proposed Minister of Sciences, Research, and Technology had a neutral position on the issue of elite migration and had no incentive to persuade elites to serve the country.

Tehran MP Ruhollah Izadkhah, another opponent of the proposed Minister of Sciences, said that having specialization in just one academic field was not enough for the Ministry of Sciences.

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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