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Basic Rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran
Thursday, July 12, 2012

Formulation of laws related to the basic rights in Iran within the framework of a Constitution dates back to the early 20th century. The first Iranian Constitution was drawn up following the victory of the Constitutional Revolution in 1906 and was subsequently revised in a number of stages. However, about 73 years later, following the triumph of the Islamic Revolution of Iran in February 1979, the old Constitution was abrogated. The new Constitution was drawn up by the Assembly of Experts less than a year after victory of the Islamic Revolution and was approved by the Iranian nation through a referendum which was held on December 2, 1979.

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