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News ID: 839
Iran » Iran
Publish Date: 9:10 - 20 April 2013
Tehran, YJC. Haddad Adel says he is driven mad by the government's behavior.

Speaking in a meeting in Tarbiat Modarres University, Haddad Adel said "The government has driven us mad.”

In the sidelines of the meeting he provided comments on his administrative plans if elected President, saying "I have major procedures which include using expert, devoted, and experienced human sources. In case of winning elections, we will not close the circle of people around us.”

He stressed the need to be practical in economics for it being a science and said "The wrong approach in administering the country is to overlook economic realities and relegate economics to political affairs.”

Haddad Adel believed it to be nonsensical to talk of increasing subsidies five-fold, stating "This would mean to take economics to the street.”

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