عنوان مقاله [English]
In March 1396, in response to an inquiry by the Administrative Court on the religious or non-religious nature of the membership of religious minorities in areas where the majority of the Muslim community, with the criterion of putting the rule of denying the mustache, they ruled that they were non-religious, and the Note 1 Article 26 of the Law proclaimed the organization, duties and elections of Islamic councils two decades after the adoption of the Shari'a. Following the opinion of the Guardian Council, some criticized the nature of the Guardian Council's opinion, saying that this issue is not one of the examples of the principle of denying the mustache, while others (the Speaker of the Islamic Consultative Assembly) have objected to the objection that the Islamic Consultative Assembly has an opposing view in this regard, Considered the issue as an issue within the jurisdiction of the Dispute Resolution Council. After expressing these views, members of the Guardian Council each spoke separately, and considered the Guardian Council to be definitive and irreversible. The results of this study show that the Guardian Council is the only competent authority to recognize instances of the rule of mustache denial, and the flaw in this case is not for practical reasons (not the theory), but from the direction The form of opinion of the Guardian Council should not be considered a chapter of the Guardian. However, by following the principles of the constitution, the present problem is not resolved, contrary to the views expressed by some in the jurisdiction of the Dispute Resolution Council, and should consider the decision on this matter within the jurisdiction of the Expediency Council.