The Exceptions of the Dual Office Holding Rule in the law of Iran; From the Constitution to Ordinary Law
Of the few rules set forth in the Constitution is the dual office holding rule which its subject coverage and also its exceptions are explicitly delineated. The importance of this rule in the Constitution of Iran makes us examine the compliance of those exceptions by the legislator. Thus, this article seeks to explain the manner in which the legislator has confronted with the exceptions of the aforesaid rule. The limitation of the exceptions of the above-mentioned rule in the final section of Article 141 along with the stance of the Constitution in the legal order brings up the idea that this subject is legislated in compliance with the Constitution. The results of this study with a descriptive-analytic method indicate that due to the new aspects of this issue in the statutes, not only the legislator and the Constitutional review institution are to revise their precedent regarding this rule, but also it’s necessary for proper implementing of the final section of Article 41 to regulate the acceptance of the new employments from individuals with teaching positions as well as the acceptance of teaching positions from the other governmental officers.
Article Type:
Research/Original Article
Quarterly Journal of Public Law knowledge, Volume:6 Issue:1, 2017
89 - 108  
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