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While his government had thousand billion toman oil income, the highest in Iranian history, Ahmadinejad's government had the highest budget deficit since the Iranian revolution.

During his presidency, Ahmadinejad launched a gasoline rationing plan to reduce the country's fuel consumption.

He also instituted cuts in the interest rates that private and public banking facilities could charge.

In October , Ahmadinejad began calling for the scrapping of Iran's existing birth-control policies which discouraged Iranian couples from having more than two children.

In November , he urged Iranians to marry and reproduce earlier: "We should take the age of marriage for boys to 20 and for girls to about 16 and Ahmadinejad's call was reminiscent of a call for Iranians to have more children made by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini in In , the government sent the "Family Protection Bill" to the Iranian parliament.

Women's rights activists criticized the bill for removing protections from women, such as the requirement that a husband obtain his wife's consent before marrying a second wife.

Women's rights in Iran are more religiously based than those in secular countries. Ahmadinejad's government said this fund would tap Iran's oil revenues to help young people get jobs, afford marriage, and buy their own homes.

The legislation was a response to the cost of urban housing, which is pushing up the national average marital age currently around 25 years for women and 28 years for men.

In the Iranian parliament rejected the fund. However, Ahmadinejad ordered the administrative council to execute the plan. According to a report by Human Rights Watch , "Since President Ahmadinejad came to power, treatment of detainees has worsened in Evin Prison as well as in detention centers operated clandestinely by the Judiciary, the Ministry of Information, and the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.

The government routinely tortures and mistreats detained dissidents, including through prolonged solitary confinement.

Responses to dissent have varied. Human Rights Watch writes that "the Ahmadinejad government, in a pronounced shift from the policy under former president Mohammed Khatami, has shown no tolerance for peaceful protests and gatherings.

In April , the Tehran police, which is under Khamenei's supervision, began a crackdown on women with "improper hijab. In , Ahmadinejad claimed that AIDS was created by the West in order to weaken poorer countries, and repeated a previous claim that homosexual Iranians did not exist.

In , the Ahmadinejad [] government reportedly forced numerous Iranian scientists and university professors to resign or to retire.

It has been referred to as the " second cultural revolution ". The plan was supposed to stop the growing presence of female students in the universities.

In a response to critics, Iranian minister of health and medical education, Kamran Bagheri Lankarani argued that there are not enough facilities such as dormitories for female students.

In December , it was reported that some students were angry about the International Conference to Review the Global Vision of the Holocaust , which they saw as promoting Holocaust denial.

In response to the students' slogans, the president said: "We have been standing up to dictatorship so that no one will dare to establish dictatorship in a millennium even in the name of freedom.

Given the scars inflicted on the Iranian nation by agents of the US and British dictatorship, no one will ever dare to initiate the rise of a dictator.

One thousand students also protested the day before to denounce the increased pressure on the reformist groups at the university.

One week prior, more than two thousand students protested at Tehran University on the country's annual student day, with speakers saying that there had been a crackdown on dissent at universities since Ahmadinejad was elected.

Ahmadinejad has been a vocal supporter of Iran's nuclear program , and has insisted that it is for peaceful purposes.

He has repeatedly emphasized that building a nuclear bomb is not the policy of his government. He has said that such a policy is "illegal and against our religion.

In April , Ahmadinejad announced that Iran had successfully refined uranium to a stage suitable for the nuclear fuel cycle. In a speech to students and academics in Mashhad , he was quoted as saying that Iran's conditions had changed completely as it had become a nuclear state and could talk to other states from that stand.

The accusations include that Iran is striving to obtain nuclear arms and developing long-range firing capabilities—and that Ahmadinejad issued an order to keep UN inspectors from freely visiting the nation's nuclear facilities and viewing their designs, in defiance of an IAEA resolution.

Despite Ahmadinejad's vocal support for the program, the office of the Iranian president is not directly responsible for nuclear policy.

It is instead set by the Supreme National Security Council. The council includes two representatives appointed by the Supreme Leader , military officials, and members of the executive, judicial, and legislative branches of government, and reports directly to Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei , who issued a fatwa against nuclear weapons in Ahmadinejad vowed in February that Iran will not be held back from developing its peaceful nuclear program [] and has stated that at least 16 different peaceful uses for nuclear technology have so far been identified.

Iranian opposition leader, Mousavi, has even stated that giving up the country's nuclear program would be "irreparable" and that the Iranian people support the nuclear program.

After some delay in responding, on 29 October, Ahmadinejad seemed to change his tone towards the deal. According to Brussels-based NGO International Crisis Group , Ahmadinejad has been criticized for attacking private "plunderers" and "corrupt officials," while engaging in "cronyism and political favouritism".

Many of his close associates were appointed to positions for which they have no obvious qualifications, and "billion dollar no-bid contracts" were awarded to the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps IRGC , an organization with which he is strongly associated.

According to Najmeh Bozorgmehr of the Financial Times , "Iran has a long history of cronyism and corruption under its monarchies and the Islamic Republic.

But the scale of corruption under Mr. Ahmadinejad was of a different order, according to both reform-minded and conservative politicians.

In June , Ahmadinejad was criticized by some Iranian parliament members over his remark about Christianity and Judaism.

Dollars have been devoted to the propagation of these deviations. There are also false claims that these [religions] will save mankind. But Islam is the only religion that [can] save mankind.

Conservative MP Rafat Bayat has accused Ahmadinejad for a decline in observance of the required hijab for women, calling him "not that strict on this issue".

There are two statements that led to criticism from some religious authorities. One concerns his speech at the United Nations , and the other concerns the attendance of women at football matches.

During a visit to group of Ayatollahs in Qom after returning from his speech to the UN General Assembly , Ahmadinejad stated he had "felt a halo over his head" during his speech and that a hidden presence had mesmerized the unblinking audience of foreign leaders, foreign ministers, and ambassadors.

Ahmadinejad closed his speech with a call for the "mighty Lord" to "hasten the emergence" of Imam Mahdi. In another statement in , Ahmadinejad proclaimed without consulting the clerics beforehand , that women be allowed into football stadiums to watch male football clubs compete.

This proclamation "was quickly overruled" by clerical authorities, one of whom, Grand Ayatollah Mohammad Fazel Lankarani "refused for weeks to meet with President Ahmadinejad" in early In , a serious conflict emerged between the Iranian President and the head of parliament over three laws approved by the Iranian parliament: "the agreement for civil and criminal legal cooperation between Iran and Kyrgyzstan", "the agreement to support mutual investment between Iran and Kuwait", and "the law for registration of industrial designs and trademarks".

The conflict was so serious that the Iranian leader stepped in to resolve it. Ahmadinejad wrote a letter to the parliamentary speaker Gholam-Ali Haddad-Adel , furiously denouncing him for the "inexplicable act" of bypassing the presidency by giving the order to implement legislation in an official newspaper.

He called for legal action against the parliament speaker. In August , Ahmadinejad appointed Ali Kordan as interior minister.

Kordan's appointment was heavily criticized by Iranian parliamentarians, media and analysts after it came to light that a doctoral degree purportedly awarded to Kordan was fabricated, and that the putative issuer of the degree, Oxford University , had no record of Kordan receiving any degree from the University.

In November , Ahmadinejad announced that he was against impeachment of Kordan by Iranian parliament. He refused to attend the parliament on the impeachment day.

An impeachment of Kordan would push Ahmadinejad close to having to submit his entire cabinet for review by parliament, which was led by one of his chief political opponents.

Iran's constitution requires that step if more than half the cabinet ministers are replaced, and Ahmadinejad replaced nine of 21 until that date.

Ahmadinejad criticized the National Audit Office for what he called its "carelessness", saying the report "incites the people" against the government.

In May , several members of parliament threatened to initiate impeachment proceedings against Ahmadinejad after his merger of eight government ministries and the firing of three ministers without parliament's consent.

According to the Majles news website, MP Mohammad Reza Bahonar stated, "legal purging starts with questions, which lead to warnings and end with impeachment.

The vote came within hours after the allegations appeared in several popular conservative news sites associated with supreme leader Ali Khamenei , suggesting the supreme leader supported the investigation.

Early in his presidency, Ahmadinejad was sometimes described as "enjoy[ing] the full backing" of the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei , [] and even as being his "protege.

In April , another Intelligence minister, Heydar Moslehi , resigned after being asked to by Ahmadinejad, but was reinstated by the supreme leader within hours.

In , Khamenei ordered a halt to a parliamentary inquiry into Ahmadinejad's mishandling of the Iranian economy.

Ahmadinejad was criticised by the religious and political groups in Iran for photographs taken of him embracing Elena Frias de Chavez, the mother of recently deceased Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez , at his funeral.

In the image, Ahmadinejad was thought to be holding her hands and in a cheek-to-cheek embrace; such an act, touching an unrelated woman, is considered haraam forbidden in some interpretations of Islam.

One of the most frequent criticisms about Ahmadinejad was the nepotism in his governments. Nepotism was one of his habits in appointing senior government officials.

During Ahmadinejad's tenure as President of Iran the foreign policy of the country took a different approach from the previous administration.

Relations with developed countries generally soured while relations with less-developed countries , including those in Africa and Latin America, rose.

In light of the calls for sanctions on Iran for its nuclear weapons programme, Ahmadinejad and his foreign minister, Manouchehr Mottaki, traveled extensively throughout the two regions, as well as hosted other leaders.

Relations with America during the Bush administration and Israel deteriorated further. Ahmadinejad is an outspoken critic of the Western world and is often criticized for his hostility towards the United States , Israel , the United Kingdom and other Western nations.

Ahmadinejad abides by Iran's long-standing policy of refusing to recognize Israel as a legitimate state, and wants the Jewish people who immigrated to Israel to return to their "fatherlands" translated.

In , Ahmadinejad, in a speech praising the Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khomeini, was translated by Iranian state-run media as saying that "Israel must be wiped off the map.

According to another IRNA translation, on the occasion of a commemoration of the anniversary of Khomeini's death on 3 June , Ahmadinejad stated that "The corrupt element will be wiped off the map.

In Katajun Amirpur 's analysis, there is no implication in the text that Iran intended destroying Israel or annihilating the Jewish people, any more than Khomeini was suggesting with his words that the Russians, or the Iranian people themselves under the Shah would be extinguished.

Dan Meridor , Israel's minister of intelligence and atomic energy said during an Al Jazeera interview that Ayatollah Ali Khamenei had repeatedly said "that Israel is an unnatural creature, it will not survive.

They didn't say, 'We'll wipe it out,' you're right, but, 'It will not survive. Karim Sadjadpour, an Iranian specialist at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, cites proof that the Iranian government releases propaganda that clearly says Israel should be "wiped off.

The missile is reported to be capable of reaching Israel. The Official Web site of the President of Iran quoted Ahmadinejad as saying on 15 May "The reason for our insistence that the Zionist regime should be wiped out and vanished is that the Zionist regime is the main base for imposing oppression and harbors the main terrorists of the world.

He was strongly criticized after claiming that the Jews invented the Holocaust [] and making other statements influenced by "classic anti-Semitic ideas," [] which has led to accusations of antisemitism.

He advocates "free elections" for the region, and believes Palestinians need a stronger voice in the region's future. Who was it backed by and supported?

All these should come to light. He made similar comments at the 66th session in September Ahmadinejad is said to have "forged a close public friendship" with Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez.

On Chavez's death in March , Ahmadinejad posted a condolence message on his website stating, "I have no doubt that he [Chavez] will return alongside Jesus Christ and Mahdi to establish peace and justice in the world".

Ahmadinejad left his office at Pasteur st. In an interview with CNN , Ahmadinejad said that, after the end of his presidency, he would return to the university and retire from politics.

However, Ahmadinejad announced from Russia on the sidelines of an OPEC summit on 2 July that he might stay involved with politics by creating a new party or non-governmental organization.

The party published list for legislative election and some of Ahmadinejad's cabinet members like Hamid-Reza Haji Babaee , Sadeq Khalilian , Mohammad Abbasi and Mahmoud Bahmani registered for the election, but Ahmadinejad did not support any list in the election.

It was rumored that Ahmadinejad would run for presidency again in after he did not deny plans when questioned by the media in In December , it was reported that he had begun his presidential campaign by appointing his campaign's chiefs.

He also began provincial travels in April by traveling to Amol. Travels were continued until September , when he traveled to Gorgan.

Formerly, some candidates had asked him for advice former president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani for his campaign in and , but Khamenei chose to not give his opinion on those occasions.

The following day, Ahmadinejad officially announced he will not run in the upcoming presidential election.

During the —18 Iranian protests Ahmadinejad criticized the current government of Iran and later supreme leader Ali Khamenei. Ahmadinejad has been an active and prominent member of the right-wing Islamic Society of Engineers since its establishment until Since , Ahmadinejad has introduced himself as non-partisan, even anti-party and did not try to gain support of political parties despite being supported by the conservative camp.

Ahmadinejad is known for his vulgarism , undiplomatic language and usage of slang terms. Ahmadinejad is married, and has one daughter and two sons.

Supporters of Ahmadinejad consider him a simple man who leads a modest life. Ahmadinejad had the antique Persian carpets in the Presidential palace sent to a carpet museum, and opted instead to use inexpensive carpets.

He is said to have refused the VIP seat on the Presidential plane, and that he eventually replaced it with a cargo plane instead.

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