Underlining efficient legislative process requires research and expert works and examinations, the Head of Islamic Parliament Research Center (IPRC) said we use experts’ opinions to provide expert and research reports.
Iranian senior law maker, Dr. Kazem Jalali met and made remarks with the Head of Swedish Parliament Research Service, Gunnar Fors in Tehran on Saturday, 10 June 2017.
He slammed twin catastrophic terrorist attacks in the Islamic Parliament and Imam Khomeini Mausoleum the late founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran on Wednesday, June 07, 2017 (Ramadan 12, 1438).
Expressing regret over the recent deadly terrorist attacks, a member of Standing Committee on National Security and Foreign Policy of Islamic Parliament cited the Islamic republic of Iran as one of the obvious victims of terrorism in the region and the world.
He also commemorated the memory of Martyr Ehsan Aghajani, distinguished researcher of the Islamic Parliament Research Center (IPRC) as one of the victims of the recent terrorist attacks in Tehran.
During the meeting with his Swedish counterpart, Dr. Jalali hailed holding the meeting between the two parliaments as a prelude to broaden bilateral parliamentary ties so as to sharing their good experiences.
Pointing to the provision of a model for mutual parliamentary cooperation between Iran and Sweden as an appropriate roadmap to expand bilateral ties, Iranian senior law maker further stated that we can better use of their ample research experiences to meet legislative needs through this model.
For his part, Head of the Swedish Parliament Research Service Gunnar Fors expressed satisfaction over his visit to Iran and called for expansion and strengthening bilateral parliamentary ties between Tehran and Stockholm.
Referring to the research activities of Swedish Research Service, he recalled the more than one century-old legislation in both countries (Islamic Republic of Iran and Sweden) as very valuable and reinforced the importance as well as the necessity of using research as well as expertise in the law-making.
Pointing to an imperative need for exchanging research and sophisticated experiences in the legislative process, Swedish senior law maker expressed the hope that his relevant Parliament can take the best privileges of the IPRC’s experiences in future.
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