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Iran mulling dynamic, progressive economy, prez

Posted: 2008-10-31
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Prez Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Thursday that the gov`t is mulling a dynamic and progressive economy.

The president made the remarks in a meeting with cabinet ministers and provincial officials in Lorestan province.

Referring to the current economic meltdown in the west and disadvantage of liberal economy, he said the world nations are looking forward for administration of justice and "We are proud to declare that we are to implement a dynamic and progressive economy to put an end to liberal economy."

The current economic crisis in the West has roots in their spirit of plundering and ego-centralism which has driven them to deadend, he said.

"We are happy to witness fall of global arrogance and regard it as suitable opportunity for the world nations to survive," he said.

He said that the humanity and those who deplore the current global situation should celebrate the fall of liberalism but at the same time they should opt for an alternative to put an end to the current discriminations and plundering of nations.

The president said that as Marxism is only available at libraries, the same destiny awaits liberal democracy and their new theory for economy.

Lauding the people in Lorestan province, the president said that the people are the true advocates of Islam and have always endeavored for the country's dignity and independence.

People in Lorestan never gave up to tyrants and are proud of their glorious historical chapter in fight against bullying powers, he said.

President Ahmadinejad and his cabinet members arrived in the provincial capital of Khorramabad, Wednesday on the second round of his provincial tours to follow up implementation of the projects that had been approved during the first round of his provincial visits which began since he took office in 2005. --IRNA
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