The story of an expensive uproar for nothing!        

The most controversial investigation of the 11th Revolutionary Parliament had motives other than defending people's rights, or at least it was set so far from reality that it even raised the voice of the judicial system.

Eco-Iran wrote: The most controversial investigation of the 11th Revolutionary Assembly had motives other than defending people's rights, or at least it was set so far from reality that it even raised the voice of the judicial system. The research and investigation for which millions of tomans were spent from the Treasury and the only achievement was to plant corruption in the minds of the people, which the judiciary basically does not approve of its existence.

One of the most important tasks of the Islamic Council is to legislate and amend laws, but this is not the only task of the legislative branch, but the supervisory aspect of this branch is also a very important task for which various tools are provided. One of the tasks that, according to many representatives, has been neglected and has not been dealt with as it should and perhaps, the issue of supervision; In particular, it is one of its important tools; The supervision authorized by the constitution in all areas is entrusted to this institution and even the principle of immunity of the representatives is derived from the full implementation of this duty.

The Article 90 Commission, the board for monitoring the behavior of the representatives and investigation are among the tools that the representatives can use to open their monitoring umbrella over various institutions and organizations. Apart from all these monitoring tools, the possibility of researching the performance of organizations and institutions is a duty that Article 76 of the Constitution deems exclusive to the Islamic Council and gives the legislative power of the country the right to investigate all the affairs of the country.

Of course, according to note 7 of article 214 of the internal regulations of the parliament, the investigation and investigation of this authority does not include the Guardian Council, the Council of Leadership Experts, the Expediency Council, and cases pending before judicial authorities and matters of a judicial nature. With his permission, there is a possibility of investigation by the parliament.

Controversy for nothing!

According to Article 76 of the Constitution, in each period of the House of Representatives, they raise the demand for research and investigation in several cases; Researches and investigations, of course, remain fruitless in most cases. While the life of the 11th parliament is coming to an end, Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf Farudin said in the public hall of the parliament this year: "So far, about 300 research and investigation requests have been submitted in this parliament, of which about 273 cases have been referred to the court and 23 cases have been approved. has been Past experiences also show that these investigations do not reach any results."

In spite of the investigations and investigations that did not come to a conclusion, the 11th Parliament created controversy in the review of several other investigations and investigations; Like the final report of the Industries and Mines Commission on the investigation of Isfahan's Mobarakeh steel, which mentioned 90 violations, deviations and imposition of damages and the distribution of rent amounting to 91 thousand billion tomans, and such topics as "rent, money laundering, betrayal of trust, transfer "Profits to tax-exempt sub-groups and a chaotic spider network" were used in it, and "the office of the former president, the first vice president and the head of the office of the former president and the former governor of Isfahan" were accused of being involved in this alleged corruption and inefficiency. The reading of this report pointed the finger of accusation towards Rouhani's government officials and for some time it made the "corruption of 92 thousand billion" which was claimed in this report to be an important keyword of the media and virtual networks and the people.

In response to this report, the office of Ishaq Jahangiri - Hassan Rouhani's first deputy in the 11th and 12th governments - denied some accusations and kinship relations or acquaintances claimed in the parliamentary investigation report and explained about other parts as well. Mahmoud Vaezi - the head of the president's office in Dozadham's government - also wrote in response to this issue: "Contrary to what has been claimed in some reports, no person has been nominated by the office of the former president to work or assume responsibility in Mobarake Steel Company and any claim in This is a pure lie."

Mohseni Ajei, the head of the judiciary, referring to the report of the parliament's investigation of Mobarake steel, said: this report has not yet been sent to the judiciary. He asked the Chief of Justice of Tehran Province and the Prosecutor of Tehran to investigate the report "accurately and speedily and respecting all aspects" as soon as they receive the report of the parliament, while forming a special branch.

At the same time, Lotfollah Siahkoli - the vice-chairman of the investigation and investigation board of Isfahan Mobarakeh Steel Company - repeated the accusations related to the previous government's violation in Mobarakeh Steel Company, and said that "the 300-page report published about the investigation is not approved by us."

A few months after the presentation of that extensive report, the first deputy of the judiciary said in a meeting that "an irresponsible person gives an interview and says that 92 thousand billion tomans have been embezzled in a certain company. We checked and found that this was not what was said. Although it was a violation, it is not 92 thousand billion."

A little later, the spokesman of the judiciary, confirming the statements of the first deputy of the judiciary, said that the aforementioned report was based on unproven accusations and claims, and the judiciary should conduct its own investigations. He even pointed out that embezzlement may be removed from the Mobarake Steel case.

In this way, it seems that the most controversial investigation of the 11th Revolutionary Assembly had motives other than defending people's rights, or at least it was set so far from reality that it even raised the voice of the judicial system; The research and investigation for which millions of tomans were spent from the Treasury and the only achievement was to plant corruption in the minds of the people, which the judiciary basically does not approve of its existence.

How much does each investigation cost?

How much is the cost of research and investigations, many of which do not reach results? This is a question that we asked several parliamentarians and most of them did not have a clear answer for it.

Abdul Karim Hosseinzadeh, the vice-chairman of the Omid faction in the 10th parliament, said: "200 million to 400 million is the cost of each investigation, which has no output, and the reason is that the process of investigation and investigation must be changed, in the sense that at the same time as the investigation and the investigation of the parliament, the judge of the case should also be present, so that when the report of the investigation and investigation is read in the open court of the parliament, it should not be just a report, but they should announce the details of the discovered corruption and finally read the issued verdicts, no "That the parliament should spend two years investigating and after that, when the case is sent to the judiciary, the investigation process will start again there and it will be delayed for several years."

Gholamreza Nouri Qazaljeh - the representative of Bostanabad in the 11th parliament - told Eco Iran about the financial burden and cost of research and investigations: "It depends on the issue and there is no specific number. From 30 or 40 million to more numbers, it can include research and investigations, which depends on the subject and scope of the work.

The figure claimed by this member of parliament is significantly different from the cost of research and investigations carried out in the previous parliament, and considering the increase in inflation in all areas since then, the cost mentioned by Nouri Qazaljeh should be much more than this. . However, when we asked him about the comparison of the cost of research and investigations in the 10th and 11th parliaments, he said: "I cannot comment on the number. The information must be very up-to-date. They usually use the facilities of the Majlis, the Research Center, the Court of Accounts, etc. in investigations, and I cannot announce the figure now in this interview. The subject of research and investigation is sometimes at the national level or it is related to a small collection, the cost of which is different. What is more important than these costs is the time spent on these investigations. In a situation where the country is involved in important issues, it is more important to spend time on those issues. These investigations should be done for important issues and come to a conclusion.

However, Hossein Ali Haji Deligani - a member of the 11th Majlis Presidium - who also has a history of being in the 10th Majlis, confirms Nouri Mehr's statements and in response to EcoIran, announces the price of each investigation at 30 million tomans and emphasizes It shows that the cost of research and investigations is not as it is narrated.

Why are the investigations not successful?

Nouri Qazaljeh told Eco-Iran about the reason why most of the research and investigations did not come to a conclusion: "Research and investigation is one of the monitoring tools of the Parliament, but unfortunately it could not be successful for two reasons; The first reason is that when the investigation is reviewed in the parliament, it becomes an administrative process, and after being referred to the judiciary, they complain that it did not go through the judicial process and that it takes time to go through the judicial process. Another reason is the problems that arise for research and investigation in the parliament. "Usually, research and investigations are also addressed to more minor issues, while it should be raised for issues that have more value and importance."

He continued: "We have about 300 research requests, of which about 30 cases have been initially examined in the parliament, and two or three more cases have not been resolved." The number of investigations and investigations, the variety of issues and the failure to reach a conclusion in the judiciary have worked hand in hand so that this monitoring tool is not very effective."

Haji Deligani also told Eco-Iran about the fate of the investigation and investigations remaining from the 10th parliament, that the representatives should request a re-application.

Despite the fact that the representatives themselves and even the Speaker of the Parliament have repeatedly acknowledged the futility of these investigations and investigations, and cases such as Foulad Mobarakeh's report have actually been denied by the judiciary, it remains to be seen how long the representatives will continue to use this tool.

In the following tables, you can see some of these researches and investigations, of which only a few of them have reached a conclusion.

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