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Iranian political party concerned about concentration of power in hands of a single party

Tehran, Aug 13, IRNA-Secretary General of Moderation and Development Party Mohammad Baqer Noubakht said on Saturday that concentration of power in the hand of a single political wing is not acceptable and it may cause political conflict.

The political party criticized the current state of affairs in which a political wing poised to seize power without sharing with other political parties that have acquired good experience of administration in the past 26 years.

The Moderation and Development Party said that concentration of power in hands of a single political party will not bring national solidarity and political integration.

He said that currently the legislature, the chief executive and Judiciary are of a single political wing and such a trend has been unprecedented in Iran.

"Such a unipolar trend is experienced for the first time in running state affairs since victory of the Islamic Revolution," Noubakht said.

"In terms of economic situation, the country has unique situation, because, currently Foreign Reserve Fund has a nine billion dollar deposit and there are dlrs 25 billion accumulated from oil revenues.

It has created an exceptional situation for the country," the political party leader said.

"So, those who advocate power accumulation in hands of a single political wing as prerequisite for progress of the country instead of multi-polarity, should know that they are currently enjoying unique situation.

They should know that under the current golden opportunity, they should tread the path of progress of the country.

The Moderation and Development Party said once again that democratic outlook towards other political parties and using administration capability of the entire governing system should be seen as national reserve and employed for progress of the country.

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