Iran’s election turnout disappointed enemies
Ayatollah Hasan Mamdouhi explained that turnout in Iran’s recent Parliamentary and Assembly of Experts were a reply to the commands of the Supreme Leader and disappointed the enemies of the Islamic system of government who sought to achieve their aspirations through the elections.
According to Rasa, he pointed out that elections are held in the Islamic system and in the Muslim country of Iran and if the problem still exists, we must solve it ourselves rather than resort to foreigners.
The teacher in the Islamic Seminary of Qom advised the newly-elected representatives of Parliament to resolve their potential conflicts and consider the interests of the Islamic system and progress of their homeland with empathy and cooperation.
Ayatollah Mamdouhi said the fate of the Parliament is in the hands of the representatives of the people, adding: “If the Parliament goes well, it will benefit the people and their representatives and if a problem arises, it will be harmful to the people and their representatives. Thus, the best thing to do is to furthering the objectives of the system through empathy and assistance.”