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Public Law 2018, 6(18): 67-89 Back to browse issues page
The Feasibility of the Dismissal of the Parliamentary Deputies in the Constitutional Law System of Iran
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Sayyed Ahmad Habibnejad1* & Zahra Ameri2
1- Assistant Professor, Tehran university - Farabi campus
2- Assistant Professor, bojnoord University


Is it possible to dismiss a Member of Parliament? This question should be answered cautiously, especially as representation and representative are the main concepts and elements of democracy and at the forefront of power constraint by the rulers. Nevertheless, this importance cannot hinder the theories regarding the dismissal of the parliamentary deputies. This article seeks to examine the feasibility of such issue in the framework of the legal system of the Islamic Republic of Iran and besides, to consider the experiences of other countries in this respect. It seems that although dismissal of a representative is theoretically possible, its implementation needs a legal, transparent and rational process far from any political interference. Perhaps, the absence or lack of confidence regarding the executive mechanism has led the prudent mind of the legal scholars to recognize parliamentary deputies irremovable.
*E-mail: A.habibnezhad@ut.ac.ir
Keywords: Dismissal, Veto Right, Constitution, Democracy, Nature of Representation, Legal System, Parliamentary Deputy.
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Type of Study: حقوق ایران | Subject: حقوق اساسی
Received: 2018/03/25 | Accepted: 2018/03/25 | Published: 2018/05/16
ص. 67-89
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The Feasibility of the Dismissal of the Parliamentary Deputies in the Constitutional Law System of Iran. Public Law. 2018; 6 (18) :67-89
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Volume 6, Issue 18 (3-2018) Back to browse issues page
فصلنامه دانش حقوق عمومی Quarterly Journal of Public Law Knowledge
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