عنوان مقاله [English]
The emergence of free trade-industrial zones in 1993 in the legal system of the Islamic Republic of Iran caused a change in the structure of government-country in Iran. The most important effect of the emergence of these regions in the structure of the Iranian state was the damage to "unity of law" and "legislative unity" as two principles accepted in the political and administrative system of Iran. This study in the form of descriptive-analytical studies, while briefly explaining the changes in the structure of government-country in Iran, the emergence of free trade-industrial zones in the legal system of the Islamic Republic of Iran has caused changes in the structure of government-country in Iran; As a result of this change, the state-country structure in Iran has shifted to a different model of "concrete unity" and "regionalism", which was referred to as "abstract unity". However, based on the studies conducted in this study, the application of this model in the Iranian legal system is contrary to the "principles explaining the structure of the Iranian administrative system", "principles related to the territorial integrity and territorial integrity of the country" and "principle of non-delegation".