(IRNA) - The Guardian Council (GC) is ready to share its experiences with Afghanistan on supervising constitution, elections process and consideration of Islamic laws and regulations in the process of legislation, said the council's spokesman Abbas-Ali Kadkhodaei on Wednesday.
In a meeting with the visiting Head of Judicial Commission of Afghan Parliament Alami Balkhi, the spokesman said that the council was established in Iran after the victory of the Islamic Revolution in 1979 to preserve religious aspects of the Islamic system and supervise implementation of Constitution in the country, reports Trend.
The GC is a constitutional supervisory body comprising six Muslim jurists and six lawyers which supervise election process in the country besides examining legislation passed by the the parliament to nsure their compliance with the Constitution.
Kadkhodaei said that professors of law at different Iranian universities were also ready to cooperate with Afghanistan's academic centers for training judicial experts.
The Afghan official said, on his part, that Kabul was facing serious problems in legislative and judicial fields as its parliament has not been very active during the past three decades due to Afghanistan's troubled history.
Balkhi stressed that Kabul needed the help and experiences of other countries to meet its demands and overcome its existing problems.