Parliamentary residence, Parking & Council Commission and Library/Museum buildings, District 12
MP residence building being constructed at the south side of Parliament
KATO KR250H-V (SR250) hydraulic telescopic crane working the site
Artist's rendering of the completed project
New Parking & Council Commission building being erected at the east side of Parliament
Concrete-related silos and tower crane situated at the construction site
Artist's rendering of completed Parliamentary Parking & Council Commission building
New Library and Museum Archives building being constructed at east side of Parliament
No less than three tower cranes working the new library and museum construction site
Artist's rendering of completed Parliamentary Library and Museum archives building
One or more of these pics may be misidentified. But the construction of each structure is ongoing.
The municipality of Tabriz has a newly constructed City Hall building, as well, which will serve as a future post.
Iranian democracy deserves a grand building for the future and it is befitting considering the enthusiasm and huge public participation in the last few Presidential elections.
Mark, do not bullsh!t around; Assad slaps in the face of political Islam once again (ha ha ha ha ...)
"The Muslim Brotherhood and those who are like them take advantage of religion and use it as a mask," Assad said. "They consider that when you don't stand with them politically, then you are not standing with God."
"Arab identity is back in the right track," Assad said in the interview with Al-Baath. "It is returning after the fall of the Muslim Brotherhood and after these political trends that use religions for their narrow interests have been revealed."
Ha ha ha ha , Assad is the Man ....
ignorance is a bad mistress!
president Assad is saying the truth about political ISLAM!.it is indeed true that SUNNI political Islam is impractical.it can not be applied anywhere!. we saw it in Afghanistan, and in Saudi Arabia, they are just juggling between Islam and open pagan practices like degrading women.
this is the essence of the message of president Assad.
Uhhh, where did Assad say Sunni Islam? He did not make that distinction; you are the one who is making that distinction; here is the quote:
"Whoever brings religion to use in politics or in favor of one group at the expense of another will fall anywhere in the world"
There is no such thing as "Iranian democracy".LOL!
And by they way, was not Khamenei reciting 'SUNNI political Islam' (as you say) in Egypt as sign of 'Islamic Awakening'? Now Assad saying that sort of ''Islamic Awakening'' that Khamenei was selling to you as his own success story (sort of) is a treacherous sell-out ? Ha ha ha ha ; but you see- contrary to Khamenei, Assad is a smart guy; he takes the money he gets for free from Khamenei while Khamenei imagined himself to be leader of egypt revolution , ha ha ha ....
You simpletons need to get out of the 1970s time warp. Iran today is a pluralistic hybrid democracy with massive public engagement, civil society and free media. Iran is governed by a cross-section of society, mostly technocrats and elected officials. You don't get to become a nuclear power and build ICBM's and have a first world infrastructure by sitting in Qom. The revolution was over more than 3 decades ago, so move on and buy a non-Zionist newspaper.
Talking about Syria and President Assad, if you can read Arabic, then visit the Al-Thawra, (Arabic: الثورة The Revolution) newspaper in which he confidently describes how the brave Syrian military with unflinching support from regional allies and Russia squashed the alCIAda Takfiri cannibals who are on the run everywhere and Salafi/wahabbi British created un-Islamic cult is being rejected by Muslims. Now even Iran's delusional ranting enemies grudgingly acknowledge that the regional strategic view looks very rosy from the lofty heights of Tehran.
I have translated a few important points made by a very confident President Assad vis a vis the rejection of Salafis by Muslims and the fall of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood which under Us/Zionist and Turkish/Qatari pressure was about to get involved in the Syrian terror campaign.
President Assad accurately stated that "Arab identity is back in the right track," he further stressed that "revolutionary Arab outlook is returning after the fall of the Muslim Brotherhood. “The Muslim Brotherhood and those like them take advantage of religion and use it as a mask," Assad said. "They consider that when you don't stand with them politically, then you are not standing with God."
President Assad stressed his gratitude and praise for Iran's wisdom and sound strategic outlook and staunch support. He said that a stronger, stabler and more anti-Zionist resistance front will emerge as US and its lackeys face collapse in the region.
For some of you one line anti-Iran wonders, just take the time to compare the power and stability of Iranian democracy to other failed neighbors from Pakistan, Turkey to Egypt.
IS EGYPT BECOMING ANOTHER PAKISTAN?
As the world ponder Egypt’s blighted future, there are no attractive options. Egypt’s most likely and worst option? Pakistan — if it should be so lucky. Things in Egypt are now so bad that resembling Pakistan is as good as it can realistically get any time soon. The worst possibility: outright state failure and recurrent violence and terrorism like Pakistan and another US client aid dependent failed state.
The dismal outcome for a fracturing Egypt is in the corrupt military’s hands. Egypt’s situation already bears similarities to Pakistan’s, where the military is central, broadly unpopular, and the country’s primary begging bowl surviving on US, Saudi, Persian Gulf puppet regimes charity and largesse. In both countries, the military has mismanaged running the country, instituted massive corruption and developed a parallel economy and police state. As the Pakistani military's own Bin Laden affair report states, the institutions are corrupt and incompetent to the core and have caused massive resentment at its failures and is the worst way to consolidate power while avoiding public fury when things go wrong.
Both Epypt and Pakistan are resource poor and overpopulated nations with high levels of iliteracy and penetration of every half-baked institution by Islamists in the pay of foerign masters. Both also lack a civil society or free media. It is this lack of active civil society that creates conditions for the military’s path to power and manipulation by its US paymasters, from here to a Pakistani model of mis-governance and institutionalized corruption and repression. Unlike, resource rich neighboring Iran, imploding Egypt is a far way off from having the kind of democratic elections that were celebrated by a massive turnout in Iran or even in emerging markets like Brazil and Venezuela with a peaceful democratic transfer of power. Iran, BRICS and many emerging nations have developed and possesses strong, educated type of civil society—one that could, in the future, create even stronger national institutions. Unfortunately, without education, public engagement, economic opportunities and a free media and civil society the "Arab Spring" will remain a bleak winter of discontent.
Ye pluralistic democracy (so funny .... : ) ; that is why Women are not allowed to run for president but only imbecile islamic zombies ... (ha ha ha)
"first world infrastructure". Cute! Here is your Mullah Regime's "first world" standards for you:
Among countries, the IRI is ranked Number 151 out of 205 in literacy:
Number 108 out of 188 in infant mortality:
And somewhere between Number 92 and Number 132 in life expectancy:
The Mullah Regime is an extra special kind of "democracy". It's a "democracy" whose Supreme Leader-for-Life can only be a Shia cleric (i.e. "akhoond-e shepeshoo"). Now, that's "democracy", Mullah style.
Anon 9;26 PM
I wonder about you sometimes.You always seem to use sentences like "time warp","stuck in 1979","royalists","pluralistic hybrid democracy","95% support for IRI"and your joke of the day,"free media" and the list goes on.
The question being.Who the hell are you trying to fool pal?
Yes indeed they need a "grand building" for such grandiose thieves and liars.
Bebe joon, over 80% of Iranian who voted patiently in the last few Presidential elections and other democratic forums will beg to disagree with your canned and repetitive rants. Try some new material and in more detail, rather than these pathetic asinine one liners. Sorry to state the obvious, try unhinging your empty head out of the proverbial.
Don't respond to this last comment. This guy is called the "cut and paste infant mortality idiot."
Don't respond to this last comment. This guy is called the "cut and paste infant mortality idiot."
Ahhh! Too bad. He was trying to fool you, but apparently you are very smart!
Well obviously not people like yourself who would probably be so much happier living under the fascist dictatorship of the shah,failing that I guess the best you can hope for is to be just another exile stuck in the us prophesying that this year or the next or the one after that will be the end of the islamic republic,the problem of course is that you and your ilk have been saying that for 30+ years now,kind of like being stuck in a..,well a time warp
To the same singular anon 8:45 to 7:12
Even the regime sources claimed a "72%" turn out.So where the hell did you get "over 80%" from?
The "72%" claim being based on the 72 martyrs of Hussien which throws doubts about those bogus figures.Of course when you have total control of the media and ballot box then any result can be conjured up and announced.The whole thing is a sham. A bit like you really.
You can't argue against those facts, can you? The truth about the Mullah Regime's pitiful standards hurts, no?
If the IRI's Interior Ministry claims "72%", then it must be true. After all, it's not like the IRI to fabricate unemployment and inflation percentages or to Photoshop their missile launches. By the way, what was the "voter turnout" for the selection of the Supreme Leader-for-Life?
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