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Editorial board of IJIR is fully responsible for all manuscripts that have been published and will be published in each edition. The board is also responsible for deciding which manuscript will be published in each edition, based on reviewers' comments. The editorial board must ensure equal opportunity to submit, not to make decisions based on aspects such as gender, nationality, religion, ethnicity and political principles.
Editors are responsible for equitably and wisely choosing peer-reviewers who have sufficient expertise and avoid those who have conflicts of interest. On the other hand, the editor must disclose or refrain from assuming this responsibility if he is the subject of this problem.
The editorial board has the responsibility to make decisions about the publication of an article. However, if there is evidence of research fraud such as plagiarism, copyright infringement, or libel, editors have the right to contact the author to justify and confirm the data in their article. This right and responsibility are given to the editorial board in order to have a guarantee of an ethical and high-quality article.
The editorial board has the responsibility for making decisions about publishing articles. However, if there is evidence of research fraud such as plagiarism, copyright infringement, or defamation, editors have the right to contact the authors to justify and confirm the data in their articles. These rights and responsibilities are given to the editorial board to get guaranteed ethical and high-quality articles.