Judiciary Chief Urges All to Abide by Law
IRAN NEWS NATIONAL DESK
TEHRAN – Judiciary Chief Hojjatoleslam Seyed Ebrahim Raisi during his visit to North Khorasan Province on Thursday said capitalizing the law is the first stage of implementation of justice in the society and therefore nobody is allowed to breach the law in any condition, and urged all to respect implementation of the law in the country.
In meeting with the elites and some people of the province, Hojjatoleslam Raisi said if a state body has power, it should not unilaterally cancel its obligations to the people because it damages the public trust.
He said all should know that in realm of their works and responsibilities, they should boost justice in order that people could feel implementation of the law. He added all services should be distributed among the people fairly.
Raisi also emphasized attention to the social damages and called for minimizing them, adding that criticizing the social damages is a prelude to correcting the lifestyle and the duty of elites and people regarding this issue is very important in order that people get an Islamic lifestyle.
On the spread of using the cyber space, he said this technology is spreading widely and growing fast, so if it is not managed, the country will be unable to stop the growth of the social damages.
He added that cyber space should not be an opportunity for gambling, corruption, prostitution and harming the national economy and fraud or violate the privacy of the people because in this case the people cannot comfortably make use of this space.
Raisi also pointed to the importance of the duty of a judge, saying that a judge issues verdict based on evidences and all should help him to discover the truth and issue the fair verdict. He added that dear judge is the judge who is not influenced and does not accept any recommendation from owners of wealth and power.
He also urged all media outlets to make the public acquainted with their rights and this will make the job easier for the people and the judiciary when people turn to the courts.