Iran’s Judiciary ready to cooperate with next administration
Azerbaijan, Baku, Jun.19/ Trend, F. Eminli
Iran's president-elect Hassan Rohani on Wednesday held a meeting with the country's Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani.
The meeting was held at the Centre for Strategic Studies of the Iranian Advisory Council, the Asriran News Website reported.
During the meeting, Amoli Larijani once again congratulated Rohani for being elected as the country's next president.
Amoli Larijani said that the Judiciary is ready to cooperate with the next administration.
He further said that the high turnout proved the democratic nature of Iran's elections.
The Judiciary chief also expressed hope that by being loyal to his campaign promises, Rohani manage to lead the Islamic Republic to reach its goal.
Rohani also held a meeting with the incumbent president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Tuesday at the Centre for Strategic Studies of the Iranian Advisory Council.
The two politicians agreed to appoint a representative to transfer the information, the ISNA News Agency reported.
Ahmadinejad and Rohani discussed a number of issues which were on the agenda.
Besides Ahmadinejad, representative of the Iranian Supreme Leader in the Supreme National Security Council Saeed Jalili attended the meeting.
Jalili was a presidential candidate in the June 14 election.
Iran's 11th presidential election was held on June 14. Reformist candidate Hassan Rohani on Saturday was officially named Iran's next president with 50.7 percent of the votes.
Rohani will become president on August 3.