In a statement released on the anniversary of the establishment of the Guardian Council and ahead of the parliamentary elections in March 2012, the council announced on Wednesday that it will do its utmost to prevent infiltration of outsiders and elements who have anti-Islamic views, or hold eclectic beliefs, into the Iranian government.Only approved candidates will do . . .
The Guardian Council is a constitutionally-mandated 12-member council which is charged with interpreting the Constitution, supervising elections, and approving presidential and parliamentary candidates.
Thursday, July 14, 2011
Mehr (Iran): Great news! "Guardian Council pledges to prevent infiltration of outsiders"
Just a little two-sentence article, but it speaks volumes. No "eclectic beliefs"!