عنوان مقاله [English]
The Islamic Revolution was the result of the conscious choice of the people from the generation of structural reforms. The revolution brought a triangular structure to Iran based on the emergence of a new system of government in the 1970s and 1980s. The three sides of the Islamic Revolution triangle were the emphasis on justice and freedom as the central signifier and its software, monotheism as the tool and efficiency, and meritocracy as the shell and core of the Islamic Revolution. In the fourth decade of the Islamic Revolution, this triangle has faced structural challenges and paradoxes. These challenges can't be reformed without decision-making, proper planning, and generally, without structural-institutional changes. The repeated statements of the Supreme Leader of the Revolution, including the manifesto of the second step of the revolution, are based on identifying and correcting these structural challenges and looking to a bright future based on fundamental changes in solving challenges and returning to the sides of the conceptual triangle of the Islamic Revolution. It is not possible to get out of the various challenges of the Islamic Revolution without updating the operating system and the hard and softcore of the Islamic Republic. This article point that continuity of the Islamic Revolution and expansion of its strategic capabilities is not possible without reforming the institutional structures and the various challenges arising from them. If the sides of the conceptual triangle of the Islamic Revolution are activated and the software and hardware defects of the Revolution operating system are eliminated, the Islamic Republic can be an example of an active and efficient system for the rest of the world.