Following the Islamic Republic of Iran’s 157th article of Constitution, the Supreme Leader ordered ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani to stay in his position as the Head of Iran’s Judiciary system for another term.
The website of Iran’s jurist guardian reports that ayatollah Khamenei reinstated the former head of the Judiciary branch for another term.
"With gratitude for your period of knowledgeable, precious effort in responsibility over the Judiciary branch and following the Constitution’s 157th article, I hereby choose you for the sensitive position for yet another term,” reads ayatollah Khamenei’s order.
In his letter, the Supreme Leader has emphasized the Judiciary’s cooperation with the administrative and the legislative branches.
It has also pointed out the need to "establish the processes needed to provide everyone access to justice, shorten the jurisdiction path, amend the rules and prepare the bills needed by the judiciary, insuring the branch’s health by applying the needful observation, fighting corruption, and most important of all, to create social security and the occasion of crime in cooperation with responsible organizations.”