GC fully prepared to contribute in improving quality of legislative process: Spox
Tehran (IP) - Iranian Guardian Council spokesman Abbas-Ali Kadkhodaie voiced the Guadian Council's readiness to provide its research capacity to the 11th parliament to improve the quality of the legislative process.
Iran Press/ Iran news: Answering the question of Iran Press correspondent about the approach and interaction of the Guardian Council towards the 11th parliament and its expectations from it, Iran's Guardian Council Spokesman Abbas-Ali Kadkhodaie said: "We hope that the 11th parliament would use the experiences of the past parliaments to seize this 4-year opportunity to realize the rights of the people and solve their living problems."
He went on to say that the Guardian Council is fully prepared to provide its research capacity to the parliament to improve the quality of the legislative process.
"Just like the previous parliament, which the Guardian Council had a good expert interaction with it, this relationship will be maintained with the 11th parliament," Abbas-Ali Kadkhodaie stressed.
Asked by IP about the reasons for the Guardian Council's opposition to the resolution of the last days of the tenth parliament regarding the amendment of the election law, Kadkhodaie noted: "The Expediency Council has passed resolutions in accordance with this resolution, and for this reason, the Assembly must comment on the amendment of the election law."
"Also, the executive arrangements mentioned in the amended resolution of the tenth parliament do not correspond to the schedule that exists in the law," he added.
Iran's Guardian Council spokesman Abbas-Ali Kadkhodaie held a press conference today.
Kadkhodaie elsewhere announced that the double-urgency bill to counter the Zionist regime's hostile actions against peace and security was not considered contrary to Islamic law and the Constitution.
In addition, the draft agreement on bilateral air services between the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the government of Kuwait was not considered contrary to Islamic law and the Constitution.
The Guardian Council also did not consider the bill on the accession of the Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the Agreement on International Transport of Perishable Food and Special Applied Equipment for such transfers to be contrary to Islamic law and the Constitution.