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State of Israel, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, & Islamic Republic of Iran

for members of Knesset (parliament), then the elected members choose the Prime Minister. Role of the Citizen /Council mostly consists of members of the royal family. Consultative Assembly of Saudi Arabia in Riyadh Role of the Citizen In 2004, the Saudi government began allowing men who are 21 and older to vote for half of their local officials. Men also vote for one-third of the members of the legislature. There are no political parties in Saudi Arabia. What about the women?? Islamic Republic of Iran/


June 6 - 12, 2010 “If the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet to warn the people and the sword comes and takes the life of one.

a scheduled American-backed debate in the United Nations Security Council on imposing tighter sanctions over Iran’s nuclear program. Mr. Ahmadinejad was to meet separately on Tuesday with the Russian prime minister, Vladimir V. Putin, at the conference, a move that is likely to worry the United States, which won the support of both Russia and China for sanctions this month. Mr. Putin/


Charities, and Political Islam Link to syllabus Chapter 12 of R&W – “Solidarism and its Enemies” Chapter 14 of R&W - “Is Islam the Solution?” (this has.

(pre-AKP) Libya Who Are We Talking About? Iran is an example of a country consciously being run according to principles of the Shari’a since 1979, reversing the secularist orientation from/Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on national television last year. But the Saudi businessman also is a major financier of Islamic terrorism with close business associates who are members of al Qaeda, according to the U.S. Treasury and the United Nations Security Council. At Washingtons request, the Security Council/


DEPARTMENTOFSTATEDEPARTMENTOFSTATE August 23, 2006 1UNCLASSIFIED DEPARTMENTOFSTATEDEPARTMENTOFSTATE Iraq Weekly Status Report August 23, 2006 Bureau of.

Shia-led government for announcing the deaths of only Shia pilgrims. Prime Minister Maliki issued a statement condemning the violence, which he said had been carried out by Sunni insurgents and supporters of ousted president Saddam Hussein. SCIRI Member Emphasizes Need to Dissolve Militias: After a meeting with the United Nations August 16, Council of Representatives (CoR) and Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq/


The Governments of the Middle East: IsraelSaudi Arabia Iran SS7CG5 The student will explain the structures of the modern governments of Southwest Asia:

powers, except for matters directly related to the Supreme Leader. The President appoints and supervises the Council of Ministers, coordinates government decisions, and selects government policies to be placed before the legislature. Iran’s Islamic Consultative Assembly Name: Majles-e Shura-ye Eslami Seats: 290 Term: 4 Years How Chosen: Popular Election Duties: Drafts legislation, ratifies international treaties, and approves the national budget. /


State of Israel, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, & Islamic Republic of Iran.

of the national governments of Southwest Asia (Middle East). a. Compare the parliamentary democracy of the State of Israel, the monarchy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and the theocracy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, distinguishing the form of leadership and the role of the citizen in terms of/ two-thirds of the members of the Council, while men in the country vote for the remaining one-third of the members. The Council mostly consists of members of the royal family. Consultative Assembly of Saudi Arabia /


Timeline: Iran A chronology of key events By: Dr.Gholamhossein Davani Source:BBCNews.

intelligence services. General Fazlollah Zahedi is proclaimed as prime minister and the Shah returns. Campaign to modernise 1963 January - The /Iran; the city of Bam is devastated. Conservative resurgence 2004 February - Conservatives regain control of parliament in elections. Thousands of reformist candidates were disqualified by the hardline Council of Guardians before the polls. Former President Rafsanjani remains influential President 1989-1997 Heads powerful Expediency Council 2004 June - Iran/


State of Israel, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, & Islamic Republic of Iran.

student will explain the structures of the national governments of Southwest Asia (Middle East). a. Compare the parliamentary democracy of the State of Israel, the monarchy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and the theocracy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, distinguishing the form of leadership and the role of the citizen in terms of voting rights and personal freedoms. State of Israel, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, & Islamic Republic of Iran Government Systems – Who has the/


State of Israel, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, & Islamic Republic of Iran.

of the national governments of Southwest Asia (Middle East). a. Compare the parliamentary democracy of the State of Israel, the monarchy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and the theocracy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, distinguishing the form of leadership and the role of the citizen in terms of/ two-thirds of the members of the Council, while men in the country vote for the remaining one-third of the members. The Council mostly consists of members of the royal family. Consultative Assembly of Saudi Arabia /


State of Israel, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, & Islamic Republic of Iran.

next king will be from among their male family members. King and Prime Minister Salman bin Abd al-Aziz Al Saud Chief of State and Head of Government Heir Apparent Muhammad bin Nayif bin Abd al-Aziz Al Saud Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia’s legislature is called the Consultative Council. It can propose legislation to the king, but has no legal powers/


State of Israel, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, & Islamic Republic of Iran.

of the national governments of Southwest Asia (Middle East). a. Compare the parliamentary democracy of the State of Israel, the monarchy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and the theocracy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, distinguishing the form of leadership and the role of the citizen in terms of/ two-thirds of the members of the Council, while men in the country vote for the remaining one-third of the members. The Council mostly consists of members of the royal family. Consultative Assembly of Saudi Arabia /


Iran section 4: Representation & Participation. The Legislature Majles has a total of 290 members Elected by citizens over the age of 16 It can pass qanun.

from arrest Regulate its own internal workings The Legislature (cont.) Powers: Powers: Enacting or changing ordinary laws (with the approval of the Guardian Council) Investigating and supervising all affairs of state Approving or ousting the cabinet ministers Political Parties and the Party System Iran’s constitution guarantees citizens the right to organize, and a law passed in 1980 permits the Interior Ministry to issue licenses/


Politics of the Middle East Iran. People Iran is home to one of the worlds oldest continuous major civilizations, with historical settlements 4000.

,000. Government Theocratic Presidential Democracy Supreme Leader, Assembly of Experts, Guardian Council, President, Parliament, Expediency Council President Elected for 4 Years by universal suffrage Appoints Ministers 21 and Vice Presidents 10 Drafts laws to be /. re-elected 2001 ‘Dialogue of Civilizations’ Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Elected 2005 62% of the vote American invasion of Iraq, overthrow of Saddam Husseins regime and empowerment of its Shi‘ite majority, all strengthened Irans position in the region 2009/


of India Act 1919. Salient Features, Government of India Act 1919 This act provided a bicameral legislature at the Centre, which consisted of two houses. One was the Council of State with a membership of 60, out of/ Oct. 1955-March 1956​ President:1. Iskander Mirza March 1956-Oct. 1958​ Prime Ministers:1. Liaquat Ali Khan August 1947-Oct 1951 2. Kh. Nazimuddin Oct. 1951-April/was drawn on November 1893 as a border between the two neighbors. • Iran in the West share about 590 miles border from Koh-i-Malik Siah/


Cradle of Civilization

to negotiate issues pending before the Security Council directly with the Soviet delegation. He then flew to Moscow to discuss the issues personally with Stalin. When the Soviets violated the terms of the Tripartate Pact which called for all/.Wikipedia.org Source: www.Wikipedia.org DR. JAMSHID AMOUZEGAR (1977 – 1978 AD) PRIME MINISTER OF IRAN Dr. Jamshid Amuzegar was Prime Minister of Iran. Born in Estahban, Fars province, Iran in 1923, he first climbed his way into college graduating with degrees in Law and/


One Hundred Years of Women’s Movements in Iran

’ condemning the book In 1914, the Association of the Ladies of the Homeland was followed by The Society for the welfare of Iranian Women, Women of Iran, Union of Women, Women’s Efforts, and the Council of Women of the Center. They all played an active part/18 years. Mrs. Parsa became the first women minister in Iran. In 1975, women gained the right of guardianship for their children after their husbands’ death. In 1975 Mahnaz Afkhami became the first minister responsible for women’s affairs. The 2nd Pahlavi/


Case Study: Politics in Iran Copyright © 2012, 2010, 2008 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. What is the capital city of Iran?

Council: for determination of what is in interest of regime  Collective body for arbitration of conflict  Leader appoints 30 members of council  Helps leader formulate policy  An Honestly Undemocratic Constitution  Multiple Power Centers  Council of Guardians  6 members of/ ministers emerge from educational, military institutions  Many new elite have come from ranks of Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and Basij  Kinship ties  What kinds of people govern Iran?  Under Shah:  Small class of /


Lenny Dong IRAN: POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS.  Single handedly the most powerful political figure in the country  Can:  Overrule or dismiss the president.

and head of Irans Assembly of Experts, Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani (C), delivers a speech during a meeting of the top clerical body in Tehran on September 14, 2010 (Photo: ATTA KENARE/AFP/Getty Images)  Unicameral  290 deputies elected for four-year terms  Can introduce and pass laws  Can summon and impeach ministers or the president  Bills have to be approved by the Guardian Council  Not always/


April 27, 2015 Iran Maddie Ngo, Ashley McComber, Bailey Blair.

import substitution industrialization, by 1979 oil and its associated industries made up the majority of Irans GNP. ✤ Import substitution industrialization: encouraging domestic industries to provide products that the /Council ✤ Selecting vice presidents and cabinet ministers ✤ Appointing provincial governors, town mayors, and ambassadors Hassan Rouhani Political Institutions ✤ The Majiles ✤ Has the power to enact or change laws ✤ Interprets legislation ✤ Appoints 6 of the 12 members of the Guardian Council/


IRAN Part 1: The Making of the Modern State “This is the voice of Iran, the voice of the true Iran, the voice of the Islamic Revolution.” --Iran National.

whole community—not just widows, minors, and mentally disabled  Only senior clerics could interpret Shari’a Law Iran Hostage Crisis  American embassy hostages held for 444 days from 1979-1981  Believed that purpose could be /have equivalent of university degree The Legislature/Majles  Not rubber-stamp institution  Powers  Enact/Change laws (with approval of Guardian Council)  Appoint 6 of 12 members of Guardian Council, chosen from a list drawn up by chief judge  Investigate cabinet ministers and /


DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS The Middle East - relations with Gulf States and Iraq Presentation to the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Foreign Affairs.

in 2005, compared to US $ 61bn in 1998. Since 2001, stock markets of countries forming part of the Gulf Co- operation Council (GCC) - i.e. all the Gulf States excluding Iran and Yemen - up a collective 400%, mostly due to high oil prices. THE/Mbeki during June 2005. High-level interaction with the current Iraqi government ensued through the recent visit to SA of the Iraqi Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr Albayati, who had substantial discussions with his South African counterpart, Mr Aziz Pahad. IRAQ /


MODERN ERA: 1750 - 1914 CHANGES IN THE NATURE AND FUNCTIONS OF STATE STRUCTURES.

Italian state Prime Minister of Sardinia becomes leader of nationalists Prime Minister of Sardinia becomes leader of nationalists Expelled Austrian authorities/of Indian Muslims Formed to advance interests of Indian Muslims Limited reform, 1909; Limited reform, 1909; Wealthy Indians could elect representatives to local councils Wealthy Indians could elect representatives to local councils/prepare to divide Iran into “spheres of influence” UK, Russia prepare to divide Iran into “spheres of influence” Mohammed/


1961 The Year of My Birth By: Holly Rosen Leaders of 1961 United States – President - John F. Kennedy (1961-1963) Iran – Monarch - Mohammad Reza Pahlavi,

Reza Pahlavi, Shah of Iran (1941–1979)Mohammad Reza PahlaviShah of Iran – Prime Minister - Jafar Sharif-Emami, Prime Minister of Iran (1960– 1961) Jafar Sharif-EmamiPrime Minister of Iran Ali Amini, Prime Minister of Iran (1961–1962) Ali AminiPrime Minister of Iran Iraq – Head of State - Muhammad Najib ar-Rubai, Chairman of the Sovereignty Council of Iraq (1958–1963)Muhammad Najib ar-RubaiChairman of the Sovereignty Council of Iraq – Prime Minister - Abd al-Karim Qasim, Prime Minister of Iraq (1958–1963/


MODERN ERA: 1750 - 1914 CHANGES IN THE NATURE AND FUNCTIONS OF STATE STRUCTURES.

Italian state Prime Minister of Sardinia becomes leader of nationalists Prime Minister of Sardinia becomes leader of nationalists Expelled Austrian authorities/of Indian Muslims Formed to advance interests of Indian Muslims Limited reform, 1909; Limited reform, 1909; Wealthy Indians could elect representatives to local councils Wealthy Indians could elect representatives to local councils/prepare to divide Iran into “spheres of influence” UK, Russia prepare to divide Iran into “spheres of influence” Mohammed/


Governments in the Middle East (aka Southwest Asia) Israel Saudi Arabia Iran.

a cabinet called the Council of Ministers, mostly made of members of the royal family The government is currently changing: in 2004, the king began allowing men 21 years old and older to vote for half of local officials and one-third of the legislature. The current king of Saudi Arabia, King Abdullah These are photos of the city of Riyadh, capital of Saudi Arabia The Government in Iran In 1979, the/


IRAN Part 1: The Making of the Modern State “This is the voice of Iran, the voice of the true Iran, the voice of the Islamic Revolution.” --Iran National.

equivalent of university degree The Legislature/Majles  NOT a rubber-stamp institution  Powers  Enact/Change laws (with approval of Guardian Council)  Appoint 6 of 12 members of Guardian Council, chosen from a list drawn up by chief judge  Investigate cabinet ministers and /the right to vote in 1963  First admitted into Iranian universities in 1937  Now account for over half of Irans university students  Women can run for seats in Majles (about 3%), but are constitutionally barred for the presidency/


Unit 7: IRAN. Essential Question  How can a country be simultaneously a theocracy, and a modern, global democracy?  Must balance Vox Dei (voice of God)

Resurgence Party, claimed Iran was one-party state, named himself head  Rival Muhammad Mosadeq threatened power of Shah.  Wanted to nationalize oil: take out of hands of British  Elected Prime Minister in 1951 and power/ to approval by Council of Guardians  Responsibilities  Broad constitutional interpretation  Elected Khomeini’s successor (Khamenei)  Reserve right to remove supreme leader Expediency Council  Created by Khomeini (1988) to “referee” disputes between Guardian Council and Majlis  /


MODERN ERA: 1750 - 1900 CHANGES IN THE NATURE AND FUNCTIONS OF STATE STRUCTURES.

Italian state Prime Minister of Sardinia becomes leader of nationalists Prime Minister of Sardinia becomes leader of nationalists Expelled Austrian authorities/of Indian Muslims Formed to advance interests of Indian Muslims Limited reform, 1909; Limited reform, 1909; Wealthy Indians could elect representatives to local councils Wealthy Indians could elect representatives to local councils/prepare to divide Iran into “spheres of influence” UK, Russia prepare to divide Iran into “spheres of influence” Mohammed/


THE COLD WAR CICERO © 2008.

permanent members of the United Nations Security Council would have veto power. At the same time, Churchill was trying to get France on the Security Council. Stalin also/ in many cases, increasing measure of control from Moscow.” Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Churchill was not prime minister at the time of the speech. FDR was in / the Iranians, who would not release them until their demands were met. Iran and the United States eventually worked out a deal, releasing the hostages four/


Arab-Israeli Wars.

Nations UN formed UN Special Committee on Palestine (UNSCOP) composed of 11 nations: Australia, Canada, Czechoslovakia, Guatemala, India, Iran, the Netherlands, Peru, Sweden, Uruguay & Yugoslavia when /of the National Council of the Jewish State in Palestine gathered in Tel Aviv and declared Israel an independent state on May 14, 1948 within minutes, Truman announced recognition of the new State of Israel Chaim Weizmann was chosen as the first president and David Ben Gourion was the first Prime Minister/


Europe 2014. Thick black smoke from burning tires engulfed parts of downtown Kiev as an ultimatum issued by the opposition to the president to call early.

never join together. Ezekiel 38 war does not involve Europe. It is Russia, Iran, Sudan, Libya & Turkey. The European beast and Catholic war comes later when /that some out-of-control crowds have shouted, calling for Jews to be ‘gassed’, ‘burnt’ and ‘slaughtered’,” said Dieter Graumann, head of the Central Council of German Jews. /Even though these are non binding resolutions we can see the direction of travel. The French foreign minister, Laurent Fabius, has hinted that France might take a unilateral decision/


Iran 2014. Iran boosts support to Syria Iran is boosting its support for President Bashar al-Assad, sending top military advisers to Damascus to gather.

’s delegate to the Iran talks, Sergei A. Ryabkov, the deputy foreign minister, hinted in comments reported by the Interfax news agency Wednesday night that Russia might link the Ukraine and Iran issues as part of its own diplomatic leverage /s another crisis! The world seems full of them. Crisis in Israel, crisis in Syria, crisis with ISIS, crisis in Ukraine. The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), an Iranian opposition group that has exposed Iran’s clandestine nuclear activities in the past made/


Instances of Use of United States Forces Abroad, 1798 - 1993 by Ellen C. Collier, Specialist in U.S. Foreign Policy, Foreign Affairs and National Defense.

1864 -- Japan -- July 14 to August 3. Naval forces protected the United States Minister to Japan when he visited Yedo to negotiate concerning some American claims against Japan, and/in anti-drug operations. 1987-88 -- Persian Gulf. After the Iran-Iraq War resulted in several military incidents in the Persian Gulf, the United States /in Somalia (UNOSOM II), which the U.N. Security Council authorized to assist Somalia in political reconciliation and restoration of peace. 1992 -- Somalia. On December 10, 1992, /


June 13 - 19, 2010 “If the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet to warn the people and the sword comes and takes the life of one.

the suggestion that Russia was imposing sanctions against Israel. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan claimed that the extension to Israel was cancelled as part of a general boycott of the Jewish State since the flotilla clash on May 31, when /protector] unto them. [the other nations previously mentioned like Persia i.e. Iran] Last week the UN Security Council voted to impose a fourth round of sanctions on Iran for failing to halt its nuclear enrichment programme. They included tighter finance curbs /


Middle Eastern Studies. Iran a.k.a. PERSIA Shia State.

Shah  January 1979 – unrest in Iran is really bad!  Shah fled the country  Khomeini returned to Iran  Savak are executed  Islamic Revolution had begun!  April 1, 1979 – Islamic Constitution is adopted  Council of Guardians from  Khomeini became the faqih /let civilians control again  General Gursel was elected president  Justice Party formed and won votes to get the Prime Minister spot  The military continued to intervene when they thought the country was straying from Ataturk’s dream for Turkey /


Post WWII 1945-1989 The Cold War. Europe 1945 Ravages of war –6 years, 36.5 million dead, many civilians –Economies of Germany, France, Britain, USSR.

to get out. No money to keep occupation going. –BUT USSR into Azerbaijan for oil and refuse to leave Iran –UNTIL their spies in British highest levels let them know that US will fight them there Turkey—similar threat –Mass/competing European Free Trade Area –Britain tried to gain entry into Common Market, blocked by France (UK tied to US) –Problem: Council of Ministers too tied to national interests, but more influence than high Commission; France wouldn’t compromise on sovereignty issues, esp ag –1973 UK,/


Standards SS7CG4 The student will compare and contrast various forms of government. a. Describe the ways government systems distribute power: unitary,

student will explain the structures of the national governments of Southwest Asia (Middle East). a. Compare the parliamentary democracy of the State of Israel, the monarchy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and the theocracy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, distinguishing the form of leadership and the role of the citizen in terms of voting rights and personal freedoms. State of Israel, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, & Islamic Republic of Iran Federal Parliamentary Democracy In 1948/


December 6 - 12, 2015 “If the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet to warn the people and the sword comes and takes the life of.

, said that Washington was “conducting a serious review of the reported incident”. In 2010, the UN Security Council passed Resolution 1929 banning Iran from “any activity related to ballistic missiles capable of delivering nuclear weapons, including launches”. This was the /their new strong- hold along a stretch of the Mediterranean coast to target Europe. Ministers at the Foreign Office and Ministry of Defence say they are “extremely concerned" by the rapid rise of Isil and other extremist groups in Libya /


CICERO © 20122 ORIGINS OF THE COLD WAR The first serious conflict between the practices of capitalism and communism occurred in 1917 after the Russian.

permanent members of the United Nations Security Council would have veto power. At the same time, Churchill was trying to get France on the Security Council.  Stalin/in many cases, increasing measure of control from Moscow.” Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Churchill was not prime minister at the time of the speech. FDR was in / the Iranians, who would not release them until their demands were met. Iran and the United States eventually worked out a deal, releasing the hostages four/


Islamic Republic of Iran By: Victoria Brock, Daniella Khoury, Tristan Kaisharis, Roy Macharia, and Matt Kelvington.

office of Prime Minister was removed Supreme Leader The Cabinet Day- to- day work of governance Appointed by president Legislature Bicameral (sort of ); Asymmetric. Majles- Islamic Consultative Assembly - Lower house The Guardian Council - Upper house. The Assembly of Religious Experts Legislature - Majles 290 seats All directly elected through single member districts Duties Outside the Majles - Iran Inside the Majles - Iran Legislature – The Guardian Council 12 male clerics- 6 year/


Iran An Islamic Republic

/impeach ministers or president 2000: Reformist majority 2004: Reformists banned Majlis Members have to be Muslims but Constitution allows 5 members to represent Christians (3), Jews (1), and Zoroastrians (1) President Second-highest ranking official Head of government In reality, powers are circumscribed by clerics and Conservatives in Iran’s power structure and the authority of the Supreme Leader Candidates are vetted by Guardian Council/


The Governments of S.W. Asia

Arabia For each country, tell the type of leadership, role of the citizen, and personal freedoms. Leader Takes Power by… Role of Citizen Personal Freedoms Israel Saudi Arabia Iran Leader President Prime Minister (Parliamentary Democracy) King (Monarchy) Supreme Leader (Theocratic Republic) Takes Power by… Election Hereditary Selected by Council of Experts Role of Citizen Vote Obey Obey and “Vote” Personal Freedoms Freedom of Speech: Yes Press: Yes Speech: No/


December 12 - 18, 2010 “If the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet to warn the people and the sword comes and takes the life of.

Medvedev to visit Israel in January Russian forces on alert over Korea tension-report December 12 - 18, 2010 Iran preparing for Iraq attack? Bolivia recognizes independent Palestinian state Bolivia has recognized a sovereign Palestinian state on the 1967 / ministers said in a statement read by Arab League chief Amr Moussa. The ministers also decided "to bring up the issue of Israeli settlements again to the Security Council", wanting the UN body to adopt a resolution "that confirms... the illegal nature of/


October 11 - 17, 2009 “If the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet to warn the people and the sword comes and takes the life of.

very end the “mountains of Israel” in the West Bank. The UN Human Right Councils endorsement Friday, October 16, sent the anti-Israel Goldstone war crimes report to the UN Security Council. It was approved by a majority of 25 of the 47 HRC members / with prime Stoli vodka. Prime Minister Vladimir Putin had better things to do - he was away in Beijing for a meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). In Beijing, Putin bluntly told the US not to intimidate Iran, stressing that more sanctions were/


Government Systems of the Middle East

3-5= partly free 6-7= not free Israel Freedom Score= 1.5 Saudi Arabia Freedom Score= 7 Iran Freedom Score=6 Leader President Prime Minister (Parliamentary Democracy) King (Monarchy) Supreme Leader (Theocratic Republic) President (secondary) Takes Power by… Election Hereditary Selected by Council of Experts Role of Citizen Vote Obey Obey and “Vote” Personal Freedoms Freedom of Speech: Yes Press: Yes Speech: No Press: No


Iran: Government Institutions AP Comparative Government.

two consecutive terms in office The Executive  The president of Iran is still required to be a pious Shiite who upholds Islamic principles  Presidential powers include:  Devising the budget  Supervising economic matters  Proposing legislation to the Majles  Executing policies  Signing of treaties, laws, and agreements  Chairing the National Security Council  Selecting vice presidents and cabinet ministers  Appointing provincial governors, town mayors, and ambassadors The Executive/


Www.time4education.com Iran: The Stand-Off Triumphant Institute of Management Education P Ltd.

fit into the nose-section of a missile. –There are some allegations that are listed openly for the first time: Iran has used computer modelling on the behaviour of a nuclear device. UN Security Council UNSC has ordered Iran to stop enrichment: –Because/ debate over whether Iran is getting closer to what Israel’s defense minister, Ehud Barak, calls entering a “zone of immunity.” The phrase refers to a vaguely defined point beyond which Iran could potentially produce weapons fuel without fear of an air attack /


Iran: Governance & Policy- Making AP Comparative Government Spring 2008 Mr. Saliani.

internal & external policies Signs all international treaties, laws, & agreements Chairs National Security Council (resp. for defense matters) Selects vice presidents and cabinet members Must choose minister of intelligence from clergy (parliament law) Appoints most senior officials - provincial governors, town mayors, and ambassadors Names directors of some of the large public organizations The Bureaucracy Iran’s revolution led to a larger bureaucracy, even though Khomeini had often/


Iran central chamber of cooperatives (ICC).  well-off benevolent people  Iranian farmers Traditional Coops in Iran.

cooperative movement in Iran  To be present in all macro-economic decision making and decision taking processes of the country  pursuing the legal claims of the cooperative sector  stabilizing the situation of this people-based organization  ICC is a member of high councils and assemblies  Supreme Council of Implementation of General Policies of Principle Forty-Four (44) of the Constitution Supreme Council of Implementation of General Policies of Principle Forty-Four (44) of the Constitution  Ceding/


The Islamic Republic of Iran Sebastien Hardinger Sonali Mehta.

laws cannot be reconciled, passed over to “Expediency Discernment Council”  34 members selected by Supreme Leader, reconcile laws, oversee execution of laws in Iran. Judiciary deals mainly with lawbreakers and their punishment/rehabilitation, as well as the protection of rights Minister of Justice (elected after being nominated by President) coordinates with the other two branches Numerous types of courts: public courts, revolutionary courts, special clerics courts, supreme/


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