Rouhani’s words are not worth answering at all / Rouhani’s relatives do not take his words seriously / The constitution must be amended to hold the president accountable

Online Triangle Policy Group: Recently, Hassan Rouhani has spoken out against all those who are aware of politics and law, and he has claimed in a strange statement that there is no oversight of the duties and duties of members of parliament: “Sometimes we hear, for example, some members of parliament say that we should oversee agents. do. This is an incomplete interpretation of the constitution. In a sense, we may have it as a question, but we do not oversee the work of ministers and government representatives. According to the constitution, it is the president who oversees the work of the minister, and it is the duty of the president to oversee the work of the minister. “In other words, overseeing the work of the minister is the duty of the president, and the president resolves the differences between the two ministers, and coordination between two ministers or several ministers is the responsibility of the president.”

Mohammad Sadegh Koushki, a political analyst, told Rouhani Online about Rouhani’s recent remarks: “Mr. Rouhani’s remarks are so false, baseless and illegal that they are not worth answering at all, and even Rouhani’s relatives do not take him seriously; I mean, I believe that even Mr. Ashna and his other subordinates will not be able to defend these words, because if every person has read the text of the constitution only once and only once, he will realize what wrong words the president is saying. On the other hand, his words have no effect and are no longer the source of the effect; “So it is better not to waste our time analyzing his words.”

He continued: “Instead of analyzing Mr. Rouhani’s career, it is better to focus on another issue: why all the presidents of Iran since 1969 have not considered themselves committed to the constitution and always say at the end of their government that we do not have enough authority. “Both Khatami, Ahmadinejad and Rouhani made a statement, or we see that the presidents do not pay attention to the laws passed at the end of their term.”

Commenting on the need to amend the constitution, the political activist said: “The reality is that we are witnessing shortcomings and gaps in the constitution that make us feel the need to amend it. Now, if the president violates the constitution, there is no institution to deal with his violation. The constitution implicitly places the responsibility for enforcing the constitution between the three branches of government. “Although this issue has been somewhat modified by the Guardian Council’s interpretation, it is still being cited by presidents.”

He added: “It is said that the parliament is the controlling body of the president, but the fact is that the only tool of the parliament is impeachment and it has no other means to monitor the actions of the president, and if the president violates one of the principles of the constitution, there is no institution. Supervise the president, try the president and force him to implement the constitution with a guarantee of strict implementation. For example, one of the duties of the President is to execute upstream documents; That is, the president is obliged to implement the communicative policies of the leadership, and if not, what institution can force him to implement? “To achieve this, there is a need for a constitutional court to be run under the leadership of the Supreme Leader to be able to deal with the president’s violations and force him to enforce the laws with a guarantee of strict implementation.”

“Presidents run the government; “They can not say explicitly that we do not enforce the law, but they can shy away from enforcing the law under various pretexts, and this is a defect that, if left unresolved, will lead to similar problems in the future.”