The plan is aimed at assuring that the Islamic dress code and the accepted standards of social behavior based on the Islamic teachings are observed in the society.
Interior Minister Mostafa Mohammad Najjar has said police will deal firmly with those who violate socially accepted norms, including disregard for the Islamic dress code.
“As the president has ordered and the people have demanded, police will take firm action against those who break the norms and those organized networks (which seek to undermine the Islamic rules),” Najjar said on Monday on the sidelines of a meeting with provincial governors.
The current administration is determined to resolve the cultural and social ills and has allocated 1.5 billion dollars for cultural plans, he added.
The police have announced that it is going to enforce a culturally and religiously-accepted social behavior just ahead of the summer.
The plan is aimed at assuring that the Islamic dress code and the accepted standards of social behavior based on the Islamic teachings are observed in the society. Source: Mehr News
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A proponent of the plan to impeach Interior Minister Mostafa Mohammad-Najjar said 14 lawmakers have signed the proposal and the Majlis presiding board would be informed once signatures reached 35.
“The proposal will be handed to the Majlis presiding board once the signatures reach 35,” Sanandaj representative in Majlis Amin Shaabani said.
He added that lawmakers were planning to lobby for more signatures on the impeachment motion on Tuesday.
“The militarization of the Interior Ministry, the appointment of military men to key posts, disorder in the councils and not considering competence in appointing managers are among the reasons for Najjar’s impeachment.”
“The proponents of the impeachment of the Interior Minister belong to the different factions of Majlis.”
“We will not rush to hand over the signed proposal to the Majlis presiding board and we will present the presiding board with the motion once 35 lawmakers have signed it.”
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