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The political structure of Iran is an Islamic Republic system based on the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran. The government is composed of three branches:
The Executive Branch: headed by the President who is elected by the people through a popular vote every four years. The President is responsible for managing the day-to-day affairs of the government and implementing policies approved by the other branches.
The Legislative Branch: composed of the Islamic Consultative Assembly or Majlis, which is a unicameral legislature with 290 members. The members of the Majlis are elected by the people every four years. The Majlis has the authority to enact laws and supervise the work of the executive branch.
The Judicial Branch: headed by the Supreme Leader, who is appointed by the Assembly of Experts, which is composed of Islamic scholars. The judiciary is responsible for interpreting the law and ensuring that the other branches of government adhere to the principles of the Islamic Republic.
It is important to note that in the Islamic Republic system, the Supreme Leader is the highest authority, and has significant influence over all branches of government. Additionally, there are various bodies and councils, such as the Guardian Council and the Expediency Council, that play important roles in shaping policies and decision-making.
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