عنوان مقاله [English]
According to upstream documents in the Islamic Republic of Iran, the law is rooted in the Sharia, and the law of escaping is a manifest corruption in society. At the beginning of the fifth decade of the Islamic Revolution, 17 clauses of legislative policy were communicated to the three powers after the approval of the Expediency Council. The main purpose of this study is to investigate the factors affecting law-making and analytical classification of legislative policies by meta-analysis and interpretation of research conducted on the one hand and categorization of general policies by content analysis. This study identifies some of the social, cultural, political and economic factors of law-abiding in Iran by using 14 authoritative scientific research articles in journals and in the second part by applying the legislative policies of the Supreme Leader to the category it pays them and arranges them in 12 categories. The results show that the need for laws, regulations, constitutions, circulars, and ratifications on Islamic law, constitution, and communicative policy are two categories of communicative policies that have received special attention.