Tehran (IP) - The President of the Islamic Republic of Iran said that the law is the basis of the administration of justice and to the extent that the law is enforced, justice has been established.

Iran PressIran news: Ebrahim Raisi, who was present at the open chamber of the parliament on the occasion of the national day of the parliament and the joint meeting of the legislative and executive branches of government, emphasized the legislation as the most important task of the parliament and said: "Laying the rails for the movement of society is a very important responsibility."

Raisi added: "Today, the parliament is a manifestation of the will and vote of the people, and legislation is a part of the job of the parliament that everyone should consider themselves obliged to implement."

The President added: "The best criterion for the administration of justice is the implementation of the law."

President Raisi pointed out that today there is a need for the implementation of the law of empathy and coordination of branches of powers, which is a fundamental strategy and cohesion between them is a serious and urgent need of the country.

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Raisi emphasized: "We are pursuing the implementation of laws in the government, the most important of which is the provisions of the 'Sixth Plan'."

Referring to the anniversary of the martyrdom of Martyr Modarres and the national day of the parliament, he called the connection between spirituality and politics the most important part of the life of this martyr and emphasized that religion can manage human life and can meet for all of his needs.

At the end, referring to the budget of the year 1 as the most important financial document of the government, Raisi said: "Efforts have been made to see the concerns of the Leader and the parliament so that next year's budget has the least defects and capable of curbing inflation."


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