The Article 10 Parties Commission is a multi-faceted body

According to Borna, citing the information base of the Ministry of Interior, following the design and publication of some issues in the media regarding the process of qualification of some members of the Central Council of one of the parties, the Secretariat of the Commission Article 10 of the Law on Political Parties and Groups, a statement Published as follows:

1. Pursuant to Article 10 of the Law on the Activities of Political Parties and Groups (approved in 2016), in order to issue a license to form a party and monitor the activities of parties and associations of religious minorities and perform the duties specified in this law, the following parties The representative of the Attorney General, the representative of the head of the judiciary, a representative from among the secretaries general of national parties and a representative from among the secretaries general of provincial parties with activity license (without voting rights), political deputy of the Ministry of Interior and two representatives elected by the Islamic Consultative Assembly From among the volunteer representatives.

۲. As is clear from the composition of the Commission, the Article 10 Commission is a multidisciplinary body whose decisions are based on the votes of its members. This means that any decision in the Article 10 Commission of the parties is subject to approval in the formal meetings of the Commission, and these decisions are formalized by voting between the members and obtaining a majority of votes or consensus.

3. Announcing the opinion on the elected members for the Central Council of Parties is one of the legal powers of the Article 10 Commission, which, like other decisions of this commission, after going through the legal process and consulting the authorities provided by law and finally the decision of members The commission is adopted and announced based on the quorum of the majority.

Secretariat of the Commission Article 10 of the Law on the Activities of Political Parties and Groups

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