All officials called to participate in Ahmadinejad's gov't
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is implementing a project "National Service". Under the project, before launching a new government, the Iranian president calls all officials, interested in helping in the government to cooperation to improve the quality of governance, IRNA reported.
The Iranian presidential administration reported that all professionals who wish to assist the government in successful governing the country will be invited at the first phase of the "National Service" project. In the second stage, the president will establish a special commission, and all offers will be considered.
During the presidential elections in Iran on June 12, the current President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad gained 62.63 percent of votes. His main rival, Mir-Hossein Mousavi gained 33.75 percent of votes. Mousavi accused the government of falsifying the results of voting. The protests of people dissatisfied with the results of the elections caused clashes between police and opposition supporters. Clashes killed 20 people, and according to unofficial data, 150 people, as well as about 1,032 people were arrested. Majority of the arrested people were released. Some western countries expressed their anxiety about the strained situation occurred after the elections in Iran.