عنوان مقاله [English]
In the last few decades, Parliaments have tried to interact with scientific and research centers, for making the best use of their scientific capacities, especially universities. One of the pioneering moves in recent years has been the launch of a series of parliamentary studies, including Parliamentary Law. These courses reduce the gap between the Parliament and the scientific and research centers with the goal of training the experts required by the parliament. The parliamentary studies are interdisciplinary topics aimed at empowering scholars and academics to meet the needs of the parliament.
These courses provide an appropriate ground for parliamentary efficiency and the strengthening of scientific and research centers and elites specializing in parliamentary affairs and seek to convey the real understanding of what is happening in parliamentary processes (legislation and supervision) to scholars. This article, while explaining the different dimensions of these courses and examining the experiences of the few countries that have been launching it, has evaluated the importance of launching Parliamentary Law in Iranian academy.
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