|Rahimi appointed head of Iran’s Supreme Audit Court||
TEHRAN - Iran’s parliament voted on Wednesday to elect Amir Hossein Rahimi as the new head of the Supreme Audit Court.
Out of 190 votes cast, 179 MPs voted in favor of Rahimi who had been nominated by the Majlis Planning, Budgeting and Auditory Commission for the post.
Rahimi replaces Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli who quit the supervisory body in August to become interior minister in Hassan Rohani’s administration.
A former MP and incumbent prosecutor of SAC, Rahimi is expected to improve coordination between SAC and the Iranian parliament.
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