The foreign powers have had no role in recent popular uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa, Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said, IRNA reported.
Referring to the popular uprisings of the region as a day of judgment for the big powers, Larijani said that today important changes have taken place throughout the world making the US which considered itself the world's sole super power after the collapse of the former Soviet Union in early 1990s to face political bewilderment.
"The US wants to maintain its prestige as super power on the one hand, while it does not have the capacity for same on the other," he added.
Majlis speaker noted that Washington supported the dictator regimes in the world as much as it could, but it has to withdraw now step by step in view of the widespread popular uprisings.
Protest actions in the Libyan provinces demanding Gaddafi's resignation and all senior officials have been continuing since Feb. 15. The country's authorities suppressed the demonstration.
During the suppression of mass demonstrations in the Libyan city of Benghazi, 500 people were killed, while more than 1,000 people were injured. Officially, authorities confirm the deaths of only 84 people.
The impetus for the demonstrations in Libya was the development in the neighboring Arab countries. Demonstrations and rallies led to a power change in Egypt and Tunisia.