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Officials should not allow any disagreement to arise: Mahdavi Kani

Iran’s Assembly of Experts Chairman Ayatollah Mohammad-Reza Mahdavi Kani has said that the country’s officials should not behave in a way that would lead to disagreement.
Mahdavi Kani made the remarks during a speech at a meeting of the Assembly of Experts’ Presiding Board on Wednesday.

The officials of the three branches of the government should not allow any division to open up among them, Mahdavi Kani insisted.

However, if a disagreement occurs among the three branches of the government, the view of vali-e faqih (supreme jurisprudent) should be adhered to, he added.

He also said officials should not hearten enemies through their behavior or even silence.

Mahdavi Kani also emphasized the importance of maintaining national unity.

Elsewhere in his remarks, he said that members of the Assembly of Experts should defend the status of vali-e faqih against invasions launched at it by domestic and foreign enemies.

Mahdavi Kani also advised members of the Assembly of Experts from making two-edged remarks.

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