Publish dateSaturday 6 July 2024 - 09:17
Story Code : 293045
Who is the new president of Iran?
According to the announcement of the election headquarters of the Ministry of Interior of the Islamic Republic of Iran, after holding two rounds of elections for the 14th term of the presidency of this country, Masoud Pezeshkian has elected as the ninth president of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Tehran: Masoud Pezeshkian was born in 1333 AH, in Mahabad district of West Azarbaijan Province, Iran, and has a history of representation in the 8th, 9th, 10th (vice-president), 11th and 12th terms of the Islamic Council from the constituency of Tabriz, Azarshahr. He is also the Minister of Health, Treatment and Medical Education in the 8th Government of Iran and the head of Shahid Madani Heart Hospital in Tabriz. He has a professional doctorate degree in medicine and general surgery from Tabriz University of Medical Sciences, as well as a subspecialty in heart surgery from Iran University of Medical Sciences.

According to Noor News, he had previously registered twice to run for the presidential elections in the 11th (1392 AH) and 13th (1400 AH) periods, which in 1392 AH, was before the announcement of the names of qualified persons, in favor of  late Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, another candidate for this election, withdrew from participating in the election contests and was not qualified by the Guardian Council in 1400 AH. He announced his candidacy for the third time in 1403 AH, for the election of the 14th presidential term of Iran, and finally in 1402, his name was nominated by the Ministry of Interior of Iran as one of the 6 candidates qualified by the Guardian Council for the election of the 14th term of the presidency. 

Mr. Pezeshkian announced in one of his campaign speeches that "I promise to defend the rights of the Iranian people, ethnicities, genders, human beings and all with strength as long as I am alive. I am neither dependent on money nor dependent on position and power, I am only dependent on the people of Iran, and I will serve the people as long as I live."

Proper and constructive communication with the world to remove or reduce sanctions, increasing foreign investment to realize economic growth and implementing laws instead of creating new laws are some of the proposed axes that are in the priority of medical economic plans.

Solving the problems of foreign relations, improving relations with countries, normalizing economic and commercial relations with the world through the removal of sanctions, improving Iran's status and security and authority in the world, stopping the wave of immigration, providing grounds for the return of Iranians abroad to their homeland, and revitalizing The tourism industry, improving the level of technology and increasing scientific exchanges with the world are among the programs proposed by Mr. Pezeshkian in the field of foreign policy.

Mr. Pezeshkian added: I have come here to promote Iran and to solve these differences, conflicts and fights and not let only one voice be loud, the voice belongs to everyone and you saw what I am saying in these debates, four people on one side and I am on the same side; I will not let you become the president, and I replied that it is the people who will decide who will be the head of the government.

The fair regulation and distribution of the country's public budget with the priority of supporting the low-income groups, optimal governance in pension funds with emphasis on the meritocracy system, solving crises and reducing the imbalance of pension funds, fair distribution of subsidies in accordance with real information and formulation of guidance policies The gradual distribution of subsidies, increasing the share of government assistance in providing medical expenses and finding talent, training and empowering in order to create jobs and reduce social damage are also among the policies and strategic plans of the elected president of Iran in the field of welfare and social security.

In the first round of the elections, in the competition with Saeed Jalili, Mostafa Pormohammadi and Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf, he won 10 million 415 thousand 991 votes and qualified for the second round of the election. Saeed Jalili also won 9,473,298 votes and qualified for the second stage of the election. In the second round of the elections that was held yesterday (Friday, July 5), Pezeshkian was able to win by obtaining 16 million 384 thousand 403 votes against Jalili's 13 million 538 thousand 179 votes and became the ninth president.
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