Iranian Prime Minister Mohammed Ali Rajai submitted his proposed Cabinet list to President Abol Hasan Bani-Sadr. Indicating some differences with the undisclosed proposals, Bani-Sadr said the list will now go the assembly "to see what would happen."
Parliament, meanwhile, approved the credentials of the current oil minister, Ali, Akbar Moinfar, despite charges that he had cooperated with the former secret police and mismanged his ministry.
Doctors forbade Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, 80, from making a speech, the newspaper Islamic Republic reported. Last week, the state radio also alluded to the religious leader's health problems.
Meanwhile, Iranian Revolutionary Guards arrested several foreigners and seized documents, equipment and explosives at an Anglican church office that they said served as headquarters of a U.S.-financed spy network, Tehran Radio reported.
The broadcast said the materials were found in the bishopic in the central city of Isfahan and included classified Iranian military documents and papers that "indicate the payment of $500 million to the bishopric."
The former leader of the Iranian Anglican church, Bishop Hassan Dehqani-Tafti has said from self-imposed exile in London that the 800 members of the church in Iran are being subjected to harrassment and danger from Iranian authorities as part of a plan by Islamic fundamentalists to "discredit Christianity."