Spencer Fane attorney Homayoon Rafatijo recently authored an article published in the Mitchell Hamline Law Review discussing the Islamic Republic of Iran’s ideological underpinnings and governmental structure.
The article is published at a time when the historic protests sparked by the death of Mahsa Amini at the hand of morality police set out a clear prospect of hope for Iran’s future. In his piece, Homayoon examines ideological foundations of the Islamic Republic of Iran from both textual and historical perspectives. He concludes that Iran’s Constitution, despite its ostensible use of democratic elements, essentially mirrors the same ideological beliefs.
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