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The Place of Rule of Law in Iran

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Harassing the power and its reflection in the history of law is the result of the elders' efforts and sacrifices along with the insights of the rulers and revolutionaries whose names may have never been cited but their great efforts are always being discussedand underpins large scale developments. Specifically, this article has discussed the process of law formation in Iran with an emphasis on Constitutional Revolution (known as constitutionality) and Constitutional movement delimiting and regulating power, controlling autocracy and unconditionality and covering the rule of law and good governance in brief.


International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 31)
M. Ameri and H. S. Mirtorabi, "The Place of Rule of Law in Iran", International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, Vol. 31, pp. 83-88, 2014
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