عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this study is to investigate the necessity or non-necessity of the wife's permission from the husband to get back the right of political participation. The results of this research, based on the descriptive-analytical method, have indicated that if there is no strong reason for the wife's permission from the husband or not, the "principle" in the problem should be sought and acted upon. First, according to the tradition of Salaf jurists, in individual jurisprudence, only cases of participation do not require permission that they do not contradict with the right of the spouse. Secondly, according to government jurisprudence, the basis of mutual rights and duties of the individual and the state requires individuals to perform their social duties. Therefore, in that part of the participation which is the duty of the wife, not only she does not need to get permission, but the husband cannot prevent her, even if it is against his right. But that part of the participation which does not fit in the form of duty and is a woman's right, the principle is based on not to allow, unless it requires permission for a specific reason. Third, women's political participation must be accompanied by the observance of principles and obligations such as the preservation of the individual's social and family identity and the preservation of chastity.