No one is responsible for the incidents in the country after they occur, says a member of the National Security Commission

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No one is responsible for the incidents in the country after they occur, says a member of the National Security Commission

After the incidents in the country, there is no one in charge who takes responsibility, according to a member of the National Security Commission.

Currently, one of our problems in Shahriar Heydari is that when incidents occur in the country, there is no one who comes forward to accept responsibility and say that we have made a mistake somewhere and ultimately apologize.

Saying that 30% of disqualifications were due to lack of time proves the violation of volunteers’ rights. If they didn’t have time, they could have approved everyone and then examined the rest in subsequent opportunities.

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