Younessi: Get away from extremists Their political life is in the country’s struggles / Get ready for fierce parliamentary competition
The Special Assistant to the President in Religious and Religious Affairs said: “Reformism is not a particular party.” Many people may not be part of any party but they have reformist thinking and it is interesting to know that fundamentalists have also been reformed because they know that the most important characteristic of reformers is people of faith.
Isfahan Region, Hojatoleslam and Muslim Ali Younesi today (Thursday) at the Isfahan Provincial Reform Council’s General Assembly titled Reformism and the Fourth Decade of the Islamic Revolution, said: “Now that I am over the age I was shocked to see this population and I didn’t think I would see such a crowd, and of course Esfahani’s reformist friends wouldn’t mind.
He pointed to Ayatollah Taleghani’s remarks about Imam Rahel and added: “Imam has three scientific, religious and popular attributes and these three attributes made Iran again its rightful place in 57 years.
The Special Assistant to the President in Religious and Religious Affairs continued: Imam always used simple and comprehensible examples to express his content. He, for example, has always associated faith with death so that all who are present in his discourse will understand the subject of faith.
Younesi added: The more real faith eliminates the illusion and the Imam with his peace was the product of real faith and you can see that the Imam did not change with the Imam after the government before he came to power, because his duty He considers serving the people.
He added that faith in the people is the fundamental difference between the two political currents: One political faith uses the faith to serve the people, but the other thinks that faith is anti-religion and moves in the opposite direction. .
The Special Assistant to the President pointed to three truths in the course of faith in the people and said: Faith in the people means to be in harmony with the people, to treat the people properly and to serve the people and every person, party and party in the country around this axis. Move, it will be victorious.
Referring to two reformist and fundamentalist political currents in the country, Younesi added: These two are the two main Iranian currents that unfortunately the extremist currents exploit and attach themselves to. These extreme currents are like the waste of these two original currents and must be discarded.
He said that there were pre-revolutionary fundamentalism and reformism: After the revolution these two rivals always competed with each other and had political battles, but they did not throw bones at each other and kept each other’s respect. And.
He referred to the speeches of the Supreme Leader and the Imam (PBUH) and said: “Both nobles have repeatedly and repeatedly stressed that these two currents are necessary and that neither can be eliminated.” While some in the past four years thought the reform process was over, but to the smallest opportunity, the reformists were given a political epic within 10 days. They created June 24th, took the leadership’s seat, and the reformists sat in power.
Younsi cited the reformists as saying, “Reformism is not a particular party.” Many people may not be part of any party, but they have reformist thinking, and it is interesting to know that fundamentalists have also become reformists because they know that the most important characteristic of reformers is the people of faith.
He continued: “Any process that understands and understands people’s position and does not see itself, but hears people’s talk will be victorious and those who do it will bring them to failure.”
Special Assistant to Hassan Rouhani added: In the June 24 elections, reformers at the height of political conscience and self-sacrifice abandoned menemes, and Hassan Rouhani began to change conditions by recognizing what the people wanted.
“Unfortunately, in the past years, the suffocating conditions of emotional discourse, overbearing discourse and deceitful people’s speech have forced people to vote for change and the choice of Hassan Rouhani to reach their goal,” Younesi added.
“If we look at the June 24 elections, we see that the difference between Tehran and small towns has disappeared, and the political analysis and literature of the people of the country have been unified, because before the election it was thought that Rouhani would not vote in the villages,” he said. But the villages voted for Rouhani ahead of Tehran.
Rouhani’s special aide warned the extremists: “Today the Iranian nation is far from individualistic and minority-oriented ideas. They are happy to elect a change president as they enjoy the victory of their national team in soccer and come to the streets.
“It is true that the situation has not changed much,” Younesi continued, “but now the nation has really recovered and we can see every time Hassan Rouhani speaks to people, even though thousands of stones are thrown at him, but people are hopeful.”
“The extremists know that the reformist policy is an apology and when Mr. Rouhani realizes that something has gone wrong in the basket delivery, he apologizes to the people,” he said. We say we accept fair criticism.
“These communities are gathering because they expect change,” he said. But I tell the whole Iranian nation that change is coming, and those who are in line with the discourse of moderation are invited to work, but there is one essential requirement. The condition is to set aside speed and improve quality.
The country needs tact, tact, and tact, the senior aide said. And the tact cannot be fulfilled except to be patient and patient.
He pointed to the upcoming parliamentary elections and said: “Your main victory will be determined in the next election.” As you voted on June 24th, you must always give the Assembly hope and permanence in the elections of the Islamic Consultative Assembly and set the policy of hope and hope in the country.
“As you can see, the president wants all the people to stay awake and avoid silence,” Younesi said, referring to Hassan Rouhani among university presidents. As you can see, Rouhani’s remarks and policies have not changed much before the election.
He went on to warn of two reformist and fundamentalist currents: I urge you to distance yourself from extremists and extremists and isolate them because they want to drag you into a fight because their political life in the fighting The country goes on and you just prepare yourself for a tough and exciting race for the next parliament.
Younessi called on the Governor of Isfahan to work with reformists to speed up change in the country and use the support of such Isfahan people to do what the people want.