Even after the elections, the former deputy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not create calmness and the conflict continues

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Even after the elections, the former deputy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not create calmness and the conflict continues

Even after the elections, the former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs says that peace is not established and the conflict continues.

Hossein Jaberi Ansari stated that an important and essential element in the tradition of holding genuine competition is that once the national competition is held and the result is clear, others step aside and give the person or group chosen by the nation a chance for a period of time. This is an integral part of the democratic tradition.

The necessary prerequisite is that national competition has taken place and the people have made their choice in such an environment. In this regard, we face some obstacles and challenges, which means that sometimes we resort to simple solutions in order to have more controlled and reliable competition and achieve certain results without it.

Yes, in such a situation, confidence is created, but since national competition does not take place, peace is not established after the elections, and this conflict continues.

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