News ID: 129
Publish Date: 17 October 2021
The Constitutional Council held a meeting in 1998 during which then board members reached a unanimous interpretive opinion about Article 27 of the Constitution.

No. 77/21/3010

Date: July 1, 1998

By His name, the Most High

Dear Interior Ministry,  

With reference to your inquiry letter of April 27, 1998 with ref: 1/6/399 [regarding interpretation of Article 27 of the Constitution], you need to be informed that based on the Guardian Council’s statutes, the interpretation of Articles could only take place at the request of President, speaker of the parliament, or head of the judiciary and that the Council is obliged to reply only when the one who makes the inquiry is one of the above-mentioned authorities.

Ahmad Jannati

Secretary of Guardian Council

 

*Article 27: Public gatherings and marches may be freely held, provided arms are not carried and that they are not detrimental to the fundamental principles of Islam.

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