Hashemi Rafsanjani Defends the "Rule of Law"
Mehr News Agency via payvand
03-May-2010 (2 comments)

Ayatollah Hashemi-Rafsanjani, the head of the Assembly of Experts and the head of the Expediency Council, in a meeting with the members of the academia fraction of the parliament for the National Teacher's Day while congratulating this day to all teachers and praising the high statue of teachers and professor said: "Educated and knowledgeable individuals either teachers or university professors have a very high statue and dignity among the people and they earned this high dignity by defending justice and truth."

In another part of his remarks Ayatollah Hashemi-Rafsanjani added: "When it comes to making laws and passing bills the parliament is in charge and the interference and meddling of other organizations can seriously damage the statue and dignity of the parliament."

The head of the Assembly of Experts emphasized: "Actions that are either above the law or are against the law by any individual, any group or organization seriously damages the unity, solidarity and trust of the people."

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