The spokesperson of the Guardian Council stated that the presence of candidates’ families abroad is not a reason for disqualification.
The spokesperson of the Guardian Council stated that the presence of candidates’ families abroad, in and of itself, cannot lead to the disqualification of the individual. However, the law emphasizes and specifies requirements for the individual themselves, but there is no such provision regarding the family.
According to Hadi Tahhan Nazif, the spokesperson of the Guardian Council, regarding the evaluation of qualifications in executive bodies and candidates’ complaints, the law provides for a three-stage process for evaluating the qualifications of candidates for the Iranian Parliament. The first stage consists of executive bodies, the composition of which is specified in the law and includes five public trust members and three legal persons who must express their opinions. The next stage involves provincial supervisory committees.
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