Motahari: Zargham is under pressure from certain circles to put the government in the throes
A member of the Majlis Cultural Commission said that Zarghami should maintain his independence from certain circles, saying Zarghami was under pressure from certain circles to put the government in the throes.
Ali Motahhari told Nation’s News Agency about the delay in broadcasting last night’s talk by President Voice-of-War and a letter to the Supervisory Council on the appointment of chief executives, saying that sometimes the president would report to the people, in which case the executives would certainly They must be elected with the consent of the President, but sometimes a challenging interview is arranged and opposition and consensus will be present, in which case the broadcaster will be able to comment on the choice of anchors and appoint people on both sides.
Tehran’s representative, Ray, Shemiranat and Islamshahr in parliament, continued: “So the talk of the President last night was more rational than talk and voice; Zarghami is pro-moderate but is under pressure from certain circles to put the government in the spotlight. But I believe that Zargham must maintain his independence from such circles.
Members of the Majlis Cultural Commission said: “The circles that push Zargham were in line with the government in the previous government, but because they are now opposed to the government, they are pushing the sound, but I think Zargham should be Observe fairness and not be influenced by these circles.