For the first time since the Iranian revolution, the Iranian parliament calls for Ahmadinejadfor questioning!
Newspaper reported Herald Tribune, U.S. News reported about the Iranian parliamentcalling President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad asked for the first time since the Islamic Revolution in 1979.
The newspaper went on saying that Ahmadinejad will face a long list of questions about the state of the economy, and some of his decisions in the areas of foreign policy and internal affairs.
The members of parliament have threatened to step similar before, but they did not perform.
The call sent to President Ahmadinejad later this week. He should be before the parliament - according to Iranian law - in a month.
This means that Ahmadinejad may appear before the Parliament after the legislative elections on 2 March, the first general elections taking place in the country since the presidential election controversies that took place in 2009.