He put the economic growth of the country in the current Iranian calendar year, ending on March 20, at 3 percent and pledged that in the next year people will witness a leap in the economic growth.
In the recent election, people voted for moderates from every party and group, and this means that they favor moderation, Rouhani said in a press conference.
He said that people do not like to see power struggle between the parliament and government, and they want cooperation between these two institutions for the improvement of their livelihood.
The Iranian president expressed hope that the next Majlis will cooperate with the government for the construction and progress of the country, for the economic bloom and for the good of society.
On Feb. 26, Iranians took part in two key elections of the parliament and Assembly of Experts. The results of the vote counts showed that moderates and the reformists gained the ground in the next parliament although they could not win the majority.
On March 1, Iranian Interior Ministry announced that in the first round of the elections held on Feb. 26, 221 out of the 290 seats were filled and the fate of 69 others will be decided in the run-off contests with 138 candidates. Enditem