Document Type : Article
Associate Prof. Department of Public Law. Faculty of Law. University of Tehran. College of Farabi. Qom. Iran
Ph.D. Student in Public Law. Faculty of Law. University of Tehran. College of Farabi. Qom. Iran
One of the country's most pressing problems is the inattention of state institutions - especially the executive and legislative branches – to the “sound implementation of the general policies of the system" as promulgated by the Grand Leader. This issue can, in the long run, disrupt the stability of the system and the ability of the Leader to discharge his functions and to ‘ensure that institutions do not deviate from their original Islamic duties’. The present research, based on a descriptive-analytical approach, seeks to find out how the legal sanctions of the “general policies of the system” can be strengthened through constitutional-law capacities. Since it is imperative for the general policies of the system to be implemented by the three branches and the public institutions, the most important factor for their realization is to use a variety of efficient and effective sanctions. In this context, some legal and political sanctions that can be proposed in the face of the neglect of the ability to properly implement policies will be stated.
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