Ahmadinejad under pressure to sack vp of foreign ministries After losing the presidential election in November 2007, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was forced to call a snap election as Iran’s economy was struggling to recover from the crisis

Ahmadinejad under pressure to sack vp of foreign ministries After losing the presidential election in November 2007, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was forced to call a snap election as Iran’s economy was struggling to recover from the crisis. But Ahmadinejad’s political opponents immediately accused him of “tough love” and of failing to restore the economic and social fabric of Iran. The former president faced accusations of nepotism and nepotism violations, including allegations he had helped his son, who was president at the time, win elections. Irnatyasastra.coman’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei condemned Ahmadinejad’s election as an “incident of ill-administration” and an “abuse” of his office. He urged the leader of the opposition to re더킹카지노turn to his position as president, and the government to hold a new election, which the IRGC has so far refused to do. Critics said Ahmadinejad had been trying to force former president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad into a position that would have made him prime minister, a post he held before he resigned in 2009. On Wednesday, parliament’s finance committee rejected a draft presidential decree to dismiss Ahmadinejad and set up a government with his replacement as vice-president. “The president has said all the right things… but the situation is bad because of the president’s lack of preparation, lack of political will and lack of competence,” IRGC Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said during the debate, where his comments were met with boos. The parliamentary speaker then said that Ahmadinejad’s resignation is “inimical” to the country’s security and is therefore a threat to national interests. Ahmadinejad’s departure will give a fresh boost to President Hassan Rouhani who has struggled to restore Iran to the global agenda and reinvigorate its economy. He is also facing increasing political pressure to step down as Iran’s president at a tim바카라e when he is struggling to establish the stability he promised after winning re-election in March 2012. Ahmadinejad, who came to power in November 2007 after more than six years in office and was elected during a historic economic boom, promised to return to the helm of the country after six years as president in a show of strength. “The current situation is very serious,” he said at the time, adding that there was “no other option but for the leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran (Ahmadinejad) to return.” At least 12 people have been killed in attacks carried out by groups tied to the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), the supreme leader’s elite Iranian-backed securit