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Asked if he might meet with US President Joe Biden to improve relations with the United States, Ibrahim Ra’isi simply said "no" and then asked him other questions about relations with the United States, European countries and the future. Asked about the nuclear deal, he said the United States would live up to its obligations to lift sanctions by returning to the UN Security Council, and that Iran would verify it.
Addressing the United States, Mr. Raisi said his proposal was to lift sanctions on Iran immediately and return to fulfilling its obligations. He said issues related to Iran’s missile program and regional policies could not be negotiated with the United States.
Regarding relations with China, he said that a 25-year agreement between the two countries would be implemented, and on relations with Saudi Arabia, he said that from Iran’s point of view, there were no restrictions on reopening the two countries’ embassies, which had been closed for more than five years.
Short answers and an attempt to present an ‘efficient and revolutionary’ picture of his government
Omid Parsanjad – Bibi
The first press conference of Ibrahim Ra’isi after his election as President of Iran was noteworthy in that it was possible to look for the first signs of the practical procedure of his government (beyond the election slogans). Mr. Ra’isi gave relatively short answers in this press conference and He tried to answer the questions directly. He repeatedly emphasized the terms "efficient", "revolutionary" and "anti-corruption" regarding the priorities of the future government and cabinet members. This is probably the image he wants to get from his government.
His remarks on foreign relations were entirely in line with the official positions of the government in recent years, whether on the return of the UN Security Council and negotiations with the Americans, or on the issue of Israel and the Palestinians, or on relations with China and Saudi Arabia. Asked about his role in the execution of political prisoners in 1988, he claimed that he had always worked for the protection of human rights and freedoms, and said that if a judge worked to protect the rights and security of the people, he "should be commended"; A sentence that will probably not leave him for a long time.
Finally, he invited Iranians abroad to invest in Iran and said that there is security for investment. The invitation is also likely to raise questions about the performance of the judiciary under his supervision in dealing with Iranian dual nationals who have been detained during their trip to Iran and are still in prison.
The main promise to raise taxes on land, housing and gold
At the beginning of the press conference, the president-elect of Iran reiterated his election promises to "fight corruption and rent-seeking" and said that in the first days of his presidency, "an order will be issued to eliminate the corruption-creating grounds for rent-seeking." But he did not provide details.
Mr Raisi said his government’s first step would be to "pay attention to the employment and housing situation of the people" and promised that the government would "deepen the stock market" by supporting companies seeking to enter the stock market. The future will not be a "piggy bank".
Some of Mr. Ra’isi’s remarks today were a repetition of promises made in the debates; Topics such as boom in production, eliminating the dependence of basic commodities on the exchange rate or shifting liquidity to production, but did not go into detail in any of these cases.
He said he would cut taxes to support domestic production, and announced that he would reduce it from 25 percent to 10 percent. He said taxes on land, housing and gold would go up in his government
Iran’s president-elect has expressed hope that his presidency will return "hope" to the people. He said he had entered the election "independently" and said he would "only owe it to the people" to form a government.
In a statement addressed to Iranians abroad, he called for facilitating the group’s travel to Iran and their investment inside Iran.
The invitation is also likely to raise questions about the performance of the judiciary under his supervision in dealing with Iranian dual nationals who have been detained during their trip to Iran and are still in prison.
Not only did Mr. Ra’isi not resign from the post of head of the judiciary during the election campaign, but he remains in office three days after his announcement of his victory in the presidential election.
In an unprecedented event in the history of Iran, Mr. Ra’isi is now both the President-elect of Iran and the head of the judiciary.
Mr. Ra’isi’s presidency will begin in mid-August.
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