Nourlaw.com- Tehran- 5 July 2017- The Iranian Parliament approved The Law of Treaty of Extradition of Criminals between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Korea on 19 Ordibehesht 1395 (9 May 2017). In the introduction of the treaty it is stated that the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Korea agree to extradite any person who because of an extraditable crime is under prosecution, trial or execution of the punishment and is found in the territory of the requesting party.
The treaty has 23 articles and consists of subjects such as Commitment of Extradition, Extraditable Crimes, Obligatory Instances of Avoidance of Extradition, Discretionary Instances of Avoidance of Extradition, Extradition of the Parties’ Nationals, Extradition Request and Necessary Documents; Interim Detainment, Taking Decision on the Extradition Request, Delivery of the Assets, Costs, Settlement of Disputes….(Official Gazette 5 July 2017).
Nourlaw.com-Tehran-2 August 2017- According to the opinion of the speaker of the Iranian parliament, Mr. Ali Larijani, the government decision to buy foreign cars for the governor’s office of the province of Ardabil is regarded as incompatible with the law.
In 2002, the parliament legislated that except for Iranian diplomatic missions and police, the government would be only permitted to buy domestically manufactured cars.
According to Principles 85 and 138 of the Constitution, the government decrees shall be brought to the knowledge of the speaker of the Islamic Consultative Assembly (parliament) for his study and in the event he finds them contrary to law, he may send the same back to the government stating the reason for reconsideration by the Council of Ministers (Official Gazette 2 August 2017).
Nourlaw.com-Tehran-20 September 2017- According to Decree No. H54658T/74968 dated 20/06/1396 (11 September 2017) of the Council of Ministers the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Finance, and the Ministry of Industry, Mines and Trade were respectively appointed as the Iranian agencies responsible for the Joint economic commissions of the Islamic Republic of Iran with the states of Azarbijan and Turkey. (Official Gazette 20 September 2017).