Tehran (IP) - The six Iranian presidential candidates outline their views on current social and cultural issues, and each candidate explains his views and plans for implementation in his administration.

Iran PressIran news: Moustafa Pourmohammadi: In the Islamic Republic of Iran, fortunately, women have made a lot of progress, but have they achieved their true position?


The Iranian parliament, which intends to decide for all the society, includes all classes, should there be only 15-14 women as members? Why haven't we trusted women?

Mohamad Bagher Ghalibaf: The Islamic Revolution believes that the family should be paid attention to. If we want a strong Iran, we must have a strong family bond. If we believe that a woman is the basic element and cell of the family, then a woman is in the center.


For us, the role of women is important. For us, a woman is a mother, a wife, a child raiser, and a mother in the family. The fact is that in every imprudence and economic problems that exist, there is a woman who compensates for all the shortcomings, from the national level to the family level, like the one who carries the burden of the family.

The important thing is that the revolution provided the opportunity for women to come to society. In the 14th government, I promise to act in such a way as not to put our women in a dilemma.

Masoud Pezeshkian: We should start education from school and discover girls' abilities and teach them from there. If we teach properly, tensions and social problems will not arise. We still haven't been able to solve the position of women and the violence against them, and women's rights are ignored in society. 

Our treatment of women in society is not ethical, we say one thing in theory, but in practice, it is different and should be corrected, and finally, we should go back and see how we have educated them in the neighborhood school and mosque. If we want to solve women's problems, we must deal with them in practice and reality.


Saeed Jalili If the Islamic revolution and the country had any success, it was because of the role played by Muslim women in various fields. In the last one or two years, you have seen that the enemies focused a lot on the issue of women in Iran, why? Has this been a weakness in our culture, revolution and country or a strength?

I strongly believe the reason they are so focused on it is because it is a strong point of the Islamic Islamic Revolution.

You saw today that those who remained silent against the killing of hundreds of thousands of women, children and women in Gaza are commenting on the issue of women in Iran. Today, we have great achievements from women in our country. Scientific and valuable women who are active in scientific fields. Today, our woman shows a precise and effective example to the world with chastity and modesty.



Amir Hossein Ghazizadeh: Family is the basic unit of society and it is the main focus and excellence that the Iranian man has felt. Why is there a gap between women and society? We must be a supporter of the family in the world. We must ally with all movements that support women. We must be careful not to be entangled with false literature. A woman is an opportunity and a driving force for solving problems. The concern of our women is not the hijab, this is a fallacy because historical oppression has been done to our women. We must provide the opportunity for their excellence to grow.


Alireza Zakani: He also stated: We have two special packages on our agenda, one of which is for livelihood and the other is for the development of the country. In the first part, which is the lifestyle and needs of the people, there is welfare, which is in charge of housing subsidies and subsistence, so if we do not solve them, the words we say are just slogans.

The second area is education and training. Here too, our task is clear, what basic tasks we should do and follow, women should be able to take the lead in society in addition to being a wife and mother. In the field of education and strengthening the population and the family axis, a package of measures should be taken from the ground up.