عنوان مقاله [English]
One of the factors in the different implementation of a treaty is that countries implement the treaty according to the text approved in their domestic systems, while this text may differ from the authenticated texts of the treaty. Therefore the compatibility of Persian and non-Persian texts of treaties is important. Nevertheless, reviewing the Iranian Acts and Regulations indicate that many of the arrangements for this compatibility are not foreseen and even "Regulation on How to prepare and Conclude International Agreements" of 1371 and "Guidelines for the Formalization of International Legal Agreements" of 1390 could not fix this defect. In addition, although the relevant institutions in the ratification of a treaty have been able in some cases, by recognizing the incompatibility between the texts, to provide amendment of Persian text, however, there are still significant errors in the Persian text of many treaties, and implementation of some of them, has led to Iran's condemnation by international institutions. Reviewing the Iranian laws in the field of preparing the Persian text of the treaty and monitoring its compliance with the authenticated texts is the first step to eliminate the shortcomings of these laws and the present article has been written with this aim.