Tehran (IP) - The Guardian Council Spokesman says that Guardian Council does not have interfere on the type of electoral system, but it has principles based on the records of the constitution, upper documents and the plans that are in the Guardian Council, which should be included in every plan that is foreseen.

Iran PressIran news: In a press conference held on July 16, Hadi Tahan-Nazif, in response to Iran Press regarding the compiled and submitted the plan Amendment of the Proportional Provincial/City Election System of the Parliament to the Presiding Board, pointed out that the Constitution does not have a specific provision regarding elections.

It is at the disposal of the parliament and with the approval of the law, any type of electoral system can be predicted.

He noted: "There are principles in the constitution and upper documents that must be foreseen in any type of electoral system."

According to Tahan Nazif, Iran's Guardian Council has reviewed some 60 parliamentary ratifications as follows:

27 bills, 33 proposals, 14 approved ratifications, and 21 which have invited more procedures in order to be decided upon.

The Guardian Council didn't approve the bill of accession of the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the European Agreement on the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR) which by the .

ADR stands for Accord Dangereux Routier (European regulations concerning the international transport of dangerous goods by road). It is a UN treaty concluded in 1957 and updated ever since, according to new rules and regulations in the logistics industry.

Paragraphs 2 and 3 of Article 11, due to the fact that the appointment of the arbitrator by the UN Secretary General is not restricted to the selection of an arbitrator from the hostile countries of the Islamic Republic of Iran, was recognized as against Sharia.


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