The fulfillment of Ahmadinejad’s wish by the 11th parliament

But the story of the marginalization of the Eleventh Majlis was not only heard from the microphones and speakers of the House of Nation, but also from their sharp interviews, and these days these margins have also reached the legislature. One day a plan to filter the messengers and the next day a plan to leave Borjam and NPT; The plans were often put on the agenda with urgency, and the board of directors announced them one after the other, so that in the few months left until the end of the twelfth government, they would show Hassan Rouhani a slap in the face.

On the other hand, the government complains that 67 bills are on the table of the board of directors waiting for the announcement of receiving the soil, but it seems that the Baharestanis “do not have the head” to be happy with the executive branch. The problem is exacerbated when these plans are put on the agenda so quickly and approved one after the other that they do not have the opportunity to hammer at all, and are mostly stamped once or twice with the approval of the Guardian Council and a permit is issued. Until another plan comes to fruition; And nowadays we hear the names of designs that have the shadow of a big question mark on their heads.

Fulfilling Ahmadinejad’s dream and ending the change of official time

It was in 1985 that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who had just arrived and had not arrived, announced that no one should change the clock anymore. At that time, he abandoned the practice that was common in this country for years before the Revolution of 1957, and of course in other parts of the world, to save electricity consumption, and in the same year, there were many debates and controversies over changing the clock. The Seventh Fundamentalist, led by Gholam-Ali Haddad-Adel, could not tolerate it either, and in order to curb Ahmadinejad’s Chamush horse, legislation was enacted, and in August 1986 required the government to move the country’s official clock forward one hour at the beginning of each year.

Now, 13 years have passed since that incident, and the 11th Majlis has thought of repealing the law of its peers in 1986 and fulfilling Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s long-held dream. Accordingly, on January 26, the presidium of the 11th parliament announced the receipt of the plan to “abolish the change of the official time of the country.”

The reasons for this plan have been stated as follows: “More than one hundred years have passed since the beginning of the change of hours in the world, and by studying this plan, countries have reconsidered the continuation of this plan, including Germany, England, Finland. , Sweden and some other EU member states and the most important reason is the adverse effects of changing hours on people’s health, which is due to changes in sleep time of citizens and the need to adapt to the time of the sun in our country in addition to the reasons for differences in religious times and The official clock has also created problems, so this plan will be submitted to the parliament with the aim of returning the official clock to its pre-changed state. »

Prohibition of leaving the officials of the system

Strange plans that can perhaps be explored only in this parliament when it reaches a climax when the people of the House of Nation think that the officials of the system have the right to travel only within the borders; That is, if until today the shadow of the exit ban was heavy on the criminals and the accused, this issue is to be extended to the officials by the decision of the representatives. The story is related to the plan to “ban the departure of regime officials.”

Jalal Rashidi Kochi, a member of the Internal Affairs Commission and the councils of the parliament, says about how and why this plan: “According to this plan, senior officials are not allowed to leave the country until three years after the end of their service, unless they have permission from the judiciary and “Security should be like the Ministry of Intelligence and Intelligence of the IRGC.”

He continues: “If the plan to ban regime officials from leaving the country is approved, dual-national managers will be banned from leaving for 2 years. According to him, the plan includes five articles, including those whose names are listed under Article 142 of the Constitution on the registration of officials’ property, with the aim of preserving the treasury and protecting the Islamic system. The plan prohibits officials from leaving the country until the process is over. “The law includes ministers, representatives, deputy ministers.”

In other words, according to this plan, if, for example, Bijan Namdar Zanganeh is to go abroad to attend the OPEC meeting, he must first obtain permission from the judiciary, the Ministry of Intelligence and the IRGC, in which case he can leave the country.

Access to other information is not free

“Every Iranian person has the right to access public information unless prohibited by law …” This article is the two laws of dissemination and free access to information, which were approved by the members of the seventh parliament in February 2008 and a year later, in December 1988, It was approved by the Expediency Council, and the parliament communicated it to the then incumbent president. But now, after 12 years, the parliament has decided to take a different approach. In fact, after the parliament’s plan to block and filter the messengers met with a widespread reaction from the people and its outskirts, the Baharestanis took a step back and approved it, but after a while they returned with four other plans in the same direction. The plan to “form a special commission for cyberspace and digital economy”, the plan to “protect the rights of users in cyberspace and organize social media”, the plan to “enforce the law on publishing data and information” and the plan to “integrate national data and information” are the same plans as space. It opens up virtual reality and messengers in a different way. Under the plan, the responsibility and authority to publish data and information, as well as the oversight of messengers, will be taken over by the government and placed on the High Council of Cyberspace.

The introductory paragraph and justification reasons for the plan “Protection of users’ rights in cyberspace and organization of social media” state: “The justification paragraph of the plan” Support for the development and competitiveness of platforms providing basic services and applications of the national information network ” “The national information network, as evidenced by the upstream documents and demands of the leadership, is the most important priority of the country’s cyberspace, and recently the architectural document and the master plan of this network have been designed and approved by the Supreme Council of Cyberspace. According to experts and activists in this sector, the most threat and weakness of the country in the field of basic and practical services of the national network such as search engine, messengers, social network and.. Accelerating the implementation of e-government and moving towards smart government, reducing the vulnerability of people in using cyberspace services and strengthening the deterrent power of the Islamic Republic, the development of digital economy with maximum use of the power of domestic knowledge-based companies are the most important goals. “Development of basic and practical services of the national information network based on macro policies approved by the Supreme Council of Cyberspace should be achieved.”

Part of the justification for the data and information integration plan also states: “… the country’s executive structures and traditional approaches to dealing with data and information have led to islands of disconnected technologies that seem to be not only distant from each other They are also unaware. This law tries to address some of these problems so that with the coordination and cooperation of all decision-making and executive institutions, the approach of digital transformation in the country can be seriously started.

Having a car became more legal

They had not yet gotten rid of the controversy over the 200 million housing deposit that had gripped the Denaplus margin. The story began when, according to the tradition of each parliamentary term, in the same week and months of the beginning of the work of the deputies who came to the House of Nation, an amount as a deposit of housing and car will be delivered to them in installments.

Therefore, 200 million Tomans was considered as a housing deposit for the deputies of this period, and also for providing the deputies’ car at the very beginning of the parliament, they were provided with forms to use one of the three options of using the parliament car with driver and deducting expenses from the representative’s salary. Delivery of zero car (Pars) to the representative and its return to the parliament At the end of the representation and installment sale of a zero car to the representative (Dena Plus or Pars), the installment will be deducted from the monthly receipt. This issue was not published in the media until Ruhollah Izadkhah, a member of the Industries Commission and a representative of Tehran in the parliament, pointed to the conditions for receiving this car on his personal Instagram page and wrote: The delivery price of this car to the deputies is 302 million Tomans and its installments are 3 years. The document is in the name of the parliament for at least one year and cannot be sold to others.

It was after this that the public opinion noticed a facility of more than 500 million, which at the cost of the House of Representatives, etc., amounted to 800 million Tomans, and the margins with more intensity and severity fell on the people of Baharestan. Now there was no point in giving back and talking to deny it. Although some deputies even considered Denaplus less and expected a long chassis, the majority thought to think about spilled water. For this reason, “Adding Note 2 to Article 72 of the Regulations” “They put the agenda of the parliament regarding the deputies’ car.”

The explanatory clause of the plan states: “The issue of allocating cars to members of parliament has been a problem many times in different periods of the parliament, causing ambiguity and popular protest and suspicion, and has put the deputies under pressure from the media and demands. “Therefore, in order to meet the natural needs of the deputies for the car, and at the same time to observe justice and prevent cannibalism, a note is added to Article 72 of the internal regulations.”

The details of this plan are as follows:

Note 2: At the beginning of each term of the Islamic Consultative Assembly, in order to facilitate the performance of the duties of the delegation, the deputies shall be granted a vehicle in compliance with the following conditions:

1- To each applicant representative, a zero Iranian car belonging to the parliament will be given as a safe and only for use during the term of representation.

2- Representatives whose constituency is more than two cities, if requested, another car will be provided as a safe for use during the period of representation.

3- In case of using a safe car, paying the amount related to transportation and transportation to the representatives is prohibited.

4- Amani car will be returned to the parliament at the end of the term of representation and the board of directors can sell it.

5- Allocation of cars to the representatives, personnel and managers of the parliament and those related to the parliament, in the form of ownership, is prohibited by the presidium of the parliament.

Why doesn’t the parliament go to the government bills?

The 11th parliament was formed with economic slogans and economic promises during and after the election campaign. A parliament that tries to say out loud that it is revolutionary and cares about the livelihood of the people, but it seems that the plans that are on the agenda of the deputies these days are not only ineffective in their field of expertise, but even a necessity for their immediate review. It did not exist, and perhaps if the parliament had engaged in reviewing and hammering important government bills and removed them from the archives, perhaps the people would have achieved better results.