عنوان مقاله [English]
In the study of the subjects of constitutional law, analysis of position of the public authorities in the light of their jurisdiction is the most important approach regarding the evaluation of their power within the arena of political society. When an authority is known as a powerful authority among his other counterparts, the significance for the study of the position of this authority becomes more important. In a comparative view in relation to his other counterparts, the President of Parliament of Iran has broader and more particular jurisdiction within Iran’s legal system. The study of different aspects regarding president’s jurisdiction according to the inter-branch function of this public authority with a comparative view to other legal systems as the purpose of this research, leads us to this important point that the president of the Parliament has a special position hereof. In this article, we have shed light on the question that how the position of the President of Parliament is analyzed as the President of Legislative Power; In other words, with analysis and comparison of institutional jurisdiction of the presidents, the most basic function of the President of Parliament is to administer parliament sessions, but in some cases this position is higher than administration of the sessions. The innovation of the present research lies in the comparative analysis and study of the President’s jurisdiction, which strengthens the originality of the present work. In this article, we have explained the institutional jurisdiction of the President of the Parliament within legal systems of Iran, Britain and France, and we have reached to this point that in comparison with other Presidents of the legal systems studied, he has a different position and has broader jurisdiction in the parliament than his counterparts.