Iran critical of European parliament
Iran's provisional Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani has urged the so-called supporters of human rights to stay away from vicious plots, reported PressTV.
Larijani made the remarks on Thursday in response to the European parliament which asked the Iranian parliament to support human rights in the country.
The notorious Abu Ghraib prison and the Guantanamo detention camp have revealed the true nature of the western democracy and human rights, Larijani noted.
The former chief nuclear negotiator pointed out that Iran has richer sources on human rights than the West and does not need the advice of the so-called supporters of human rights.
Larijani was elected by the Islamic Republic's eighth parliament as its provisional speaker on May 28.
He has previously served as the head of the Supreme National Security Council (SNSC), the head of the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB), the culture minister and ran for president in 2005.