His Highness Mr. Prince Reza Pahlavi

Greetings and Regards,

I hope this letter reaches you in the best condition. I am one of the ordinary citizens of Iran, and my worries about the future of my country are increasing day by day. For this reason, I am writing this letter to you as the prince of Iran, as a leader and spiritual power of Iranians, so that we can discuss with you in the hope of solving these troubling issues.

Undoubtedly, you are one of the beloved children and custodians of the values of the dynasty of the beloved Shah of Iran, Reza Shah the Great, and you will always be remembered by people as one of the most memorable elements in our history. On the other hand, I believe that your efforts to return democracy to Iran are admirable. However, I find some of your efforts highly critical.

One of these efforts is the Mehsa charter, which I think is out of use in some aspects. For a country like Iran that struggles with many issues including economic, social and political issues, a chart that does not pay attention to Iran's mixed and complex issues cannot be effective. In addition, Mehsa's chart suffers from some weaknesses with incomplete analysis. This issue is due to the fact that the Mehsa charter shows its main weakness in protecting the territorial integrity of Iran, in addition to its inapplicability.

Territorial integrity of Iran is one of the basic principles emphasized in Iranian history. This principle should be considered as a non-negotiable and eternal principle. Therefore, the Mehsa charter should be in a form that maintains this principle firmly and unbroken. While the Mahsa Charter originally wants to seek democracy, freedom and citizenship rights, these goals should be expressed along with the preservation of Iran's territorial integrity and national security.

Also, one of the other weak points of Mehsa charter is the lack of attention to the official language of our country, which is Farsi. As one of the languages of the world, Farsi has a lot of popularity and cultural value and should be used as the main and official language of our country. Mahsa's chart should be in a form that places this issue as one of its basic principles and emphasizes the use of Farsi as an official language.

Overall, I believe that the Mehsa charter needs a thorough and thorough review to effectively help bring about positive changes in our country. As an ordinary citizen, I ask you as a leader to work constructively with you so that we can find the best solutions to achieve our common goal, which is to create a modern, democratic and stable country for the people of Iran.

In the end, it should be pointed out that the Mahsa charter has in some cases diminished the rights and provision of political and civil liberties for the supporters of the parliamentary monarchy system. In particular, this chart does not clearly state that the parliamentary monarchy system is one of the options available to form a government in Iran, and also that the final decision on the type of government is in the hands of the people.

Therefore, it seems that the Mahsa charter in some cases does not pay enough attention to the rights and demands of the supporters of the parliamentary monarchy system, and this issue has made this chart unacceptable to many Iranians. As a result, it is better to pay more attention to the needs and wishes of all sections of the people, especially the supporters of the parliamentary monarchy system, in compiling the Mehsa chart.

Finally, I respect you as a spiritual leader and your commitment to serving the people of Iran. But it is important to me that whenever you do something to improve the conditions of our country, you pay attention to issues such as territorial integrity and the Persian language. I hope that with your efforts, one day the people of Iran will be able to look at peace and a bright future.