“These so-called worthless resolutions have actually got us into trouble and caused us to be swamped. We can't move on while just calling them (the resolutions) absurd. We have to join hands and stop these resolutions,” Rowhani was quoted in several newspapers as saying Saturday.
Mahdi Karroubi, Iran's former parliamentary speaker, also blasted Ahmadinejad, saying it is “shocking” that he paints a rosy picture of the economy.
Karroubi was reacting to a report by Ahmadinejad presented to Iran's top leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei Wednesday in which he claimed that unemployment was less than 10 percent, the economy had improved and that his active foreign policy created “exceptional opportunities” for Iran.
“The president's report was as if our society is living in paradise. We the audience were shocked,” newspapers quoted Karroubi as saying.>>>
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