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By: INU Staff
Date: March 11th 2016
Source: Iran News Update
INU - The head of Iran's land affairs organization acknowledged in an interview with state television on Thursday that 800 government officials are implicated in cases of ‘land-grabbing’ in the country.
The constitution was approved in a national referendum.
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The source of this link is Constitute. The Constitute Project provides the World's constitutions (in English) to read, search and compare.
Last amended in 1989.
The source for this link is the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV).
This report addresses key structural,
institutional, and sectoral policy impediments to achieving
a higher, and sustained economic growth in the sector, and
poverty reduction in rural areas of Iran. It focuses mainly
on an assessment of agricultural development outcomes, a
discussion of the agricultural policy agenda, and provides
recommendations for future policy dialogue between the Bank,
and the Government of Iran. On examining development
This Policy Note is based on the Final
Report of the Environmental Energy Review (EER), prepared
over two years, with the full collaboration of the
Government of Iran, and the assistance of international, and
national consultants. The EER report comprises: an analysis
of the current situation with regards to energy generation,
and use; an evaluation of the growth prospects with regard
to energy generation, and use; the identification of the