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Ahmad Tavakkoli:

Summoning president may exacerbate tensions

Service : Politic
Tehran, Oct 13, (ICANA) – MP Ahmad Tavakkoli has said that he is opposed to summoning President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to the Majlis to answer MPs’ questions about disarray in Iran’s foreign exchange market and a number of other issues.
Sunday, October 14, 2012 4:26:52 PM
Summoning president may exacerbate tensions

Tavakkoli made the remarks on Saturday in reference to the motion signed by 102 MPs, which was submitted to the Majlis Presiding Board on October 10. 

He stated that he is opposed to the decision because of two reasons, noting, “The president has showed that he does not display behavior commensurate with national interests when being asked questions. And because part of the MPs’ questions is related to fluctuations in the foreign exchange market, the president’s remarks may fan the flames of the current lack of (public) confidence and exacerbate the situation.” 

“The president has no consideration for norms and helps increase political tensions in the society with his remarks. As the foreign exchange market is sensitive to political tensions, this may inflict more economic harm on the people.”

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