Leader: Re­tirees’ em­ploy­ment ban will break ‘closed man­age­ment cir­cle’

Lar­i­jani or­ders ref­or­ma­tion of law ban­ning re­tirees af­ter Ay­a­tol­lah Khamenei’s sug­ges­tion

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TEHRAN — Leader of the Is­lamic Rev­o­lu­tion Ay­a­tol­lah Ali Khamenei said on Tues­day that ban on em­ploy­ment of the re­tired man­agers will “break the closed man­age­ment cir­cle”.

“This is a very good law. This is one of those laws that we needed to have. This law, in fact, opens and breaks the closed man­age­ment cir­cle… It paves the way for the youth” to get man­age­rial posts, Ay­a­tol­lah Khamenei told his the­ol­ogy stu­dents.

How­ever, he said, there are man­agers who were em­ployed when they were young and now they are ex­pe­ri­enced and there is no one to re­place them.

This is where they come to re­ceive per­mis­sion from the Guardian­ship of the Is­lamic Ju­rist, the Leader added. He sug­gested that the par­lia­ment should re­vise the law so that they will not need to re­sort to the Lead­er­ship’s per­mis­sion.

Kazem Jalali, chair­man of the Par­lia­ment Re­search Cen­ter, said on Tues­day that Ma­jlis Speaker Ali Lar­i­jani has or­dered a ref­or­ma­tion of the law.

“So, we are sup­posed to pre­pare a plan to re­form the law ac­cord­ing to the Leader’s view in co­op­er­a­tion with a group of (Ma­jlis) rep­re­sen­ta­tives, ex­perts and re­searchers,” Jalali said.

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