Investigating the Nature and the Structure and Functions of the Legislature in Iran

  •  Fatemeh Ameri Seyahooei    
  •  Mohammad Kazem Emadzadeh    


Parliament is the basic pillar of a democratic society and as the most important legislative body in the country; it is considered the heart of democracy. Today, democracy will appear in the form of parliamentary and representation. The Iranian parliament, with 290 representatives, in terms of structure, has a unicameral system, but its legislative power is not simple. As a result, the legislature also enjoys wide powers and can withstand the abuse of executive power. The present study aims to investigate the nature and the structure and functions of the legislature in Iran. It should be noted that the method of data collection is observed and the nature of the study is descriptive.

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