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Someone Should Have the Last Say in the Country: MP

Service : Politic
TEHRAN, May 3 (ICANA) – MP Hossein Fadaii said on Tuesday that someone must have the final say in the country.
Tuesday, May 03, 2011 10:34:11 PM
Someone Should Have the Last Say in the Country: MP

Fadaii made the remarks in reference to the commotion created by certain media outlets about Iranian Intelligence Minister Heydar Moslehi’s resignation, which was accepted by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad but was rejected by Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei.

Later, certain media outlets reported that the president insisted on his decision to accept the intelligence minister’s resignation. But the president reaffirmed his allegiance to the principle of velayat-e faqih (rule of the supreme jurisprudent) during a cabinet meeting on Sunday.

Fadaii added, “Wherever you go, someone has the final say. In every system, one person has the last word. Even if we imagine that we are not Shia and do not believe in velayat-e faqih, we need someone to make the final decision. Who has the last say? The Judiciary chief, the head of the legislative branch of the government, or the president? No one besides the Supreme Leader is qualified to have the final word.”

“Everyone should obey the Leader’s orders so that we do not deviate from the right path in the face of complicated issues,” he stated.

Commenting on the reason why the Leader decided that Moslehi should retain his post, Fadaii said, “The Intelligence Ministry is the eye of the establishment with regard to internal and international issues.”

He added that in the political unrest that occurred after the Iranian presidential election of June 2009, the seditionists “focused their efforts on diminishing the people’s confidence in the establishment and made efforts to deal a blow to this body (the Intelligence Ministry) through propagating and suggesting the idea that certain bodies, including the Intelligence Ministry, had a hand in the (presidential) election. However, the people and the establishment stood against the seditious movement.”

If the intelligence minister, whose ministry resisted that “great sedition”, is replaced, “that would lend credence to what the seditious movement attempted to suggest,” Fadaii opined.

He also said that everyone should stand firm on the stance that the Leader has adopted.

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