عنوان مقاله [English]
In Islamic society, according to rational and rational evidence, governors and people have equal rights and duties, each of which must fully accomplish its duties and, on the other hand, exercise their rights in the best way. One of the duties of the people towards the governors is to choose the right one and trust them in the assignment of affairs. In contrast to one of the rights of the people in relation to this trust and choice, the right to question and impeach the assigned duties. In recent years, a two-law plan has been introduced in the legislature, which rejected the question of the authorities with the aim of attracting attention and criminalized it. But according to the present study, this plan and any similar plan have contradicted the narrative and rational arguments contained in the Islamic sources. Incidentally, in Islamic teachings, including verses and narrations, and the syllable of Prophet (PBUH) and Alavi (AS) The emphasis has been on the right of this right. Secondly, the denial of the right to ask and demand from public officials and rulers is in conflict with the principle of "freedom of expression" contained in the Constitution; thirdly, with the human rights standards and the principles of democratic societies, such as the principle of freedom of opinion and freedom of the press, and so on, which Iran is also unanimous. The present study, based on the bibliographic and descriptive-analytical sources, examines the right of question and the fundamental rejection of the twofourth plan and its similar plans and bills based on the jurisprudential doctrines and Islamic law.