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The Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran

The Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran sets forth the cultural, social, political, and economic institutions of Iranian society on the basis of Islamic principles and norms, which represent the earnest aspiration of the Islamic Ummah. This principal aspiration was defined by the very nature of the great Islamic Revolution of Iran, as well […]

  • 978-964-439-413-3
  • ALHODA International Publishers
  • 2010
The Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran
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The Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran
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    The Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran sets forth the cultural, social, political, and economic institutions of Iranian society on the basis of Islamic principles and norms, which represent the earnest aspiration of the Islamic Ummah. This principal aspiration was defined by the very nature of the great Islamic Revolution of Iran, as well as the course, from birth to victory, of the struggle of the Muslim masses, as expressed in the decisive and forceful slogans raised by all segments of society, and now, at the dawn of this great victory, our nation seeks its fulfillment with all its being. The formation of the concept of constitution in Iran dates back to mid 19th century. This period coincides with the middle years of Ghajar Dynasty in Iran, when the oppression and corruption expanded by the government and this led to the weakening of the foundation of government. On the other hand, other developments in the West as well as the role of Iranian students studying in western universities gradually made the middle class in Iran more conscious who requested civil liberties, social rights and establishment of judicial system. ...

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    • 978-964-439-413-3
    • ALHODA International Publishers
    • 2010
    • First
    • Tehran, Iran
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