عنوان مقاله [English]
Leaders, officials, and governmental and non-governmental in-charges are among the most important qualities of government individuals in institutionalizing and strengthening the morality of society. According to the moral charter of Imam Ali (A.S) in Nahj al-Balaghah and the declaration of the second step of the Islamic Revolution, the leader of the Islamic government, who is at the head of the in-charges and workers of public affairs, must have three important moral principles of dignity, chastity and simplicity which are the bases of all morals and virtues of in-charges. The findings of the present study, which is organized by descriptive-analytical research method and by library-based method and technique and using Nahjul Balaghah and referring to written religious sources and statements of the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution, indicate that in the field of individual ethics, the in-charges can create a great Islamic civilization by building themselves and creating a society based on the principles of Islam. This will be achieved with a special strong character in the religion and foresight of the in-charges. Ethical principles have been explained for each of the in-charges, including the military, judges, managers and employees, representatives and secretaries, businessmen and industrialists in Nahj al-Balaghah, and the statements of the Leader, and observance and adherence to each of them lay the foundation for a great civilization of guardianship and Imamate of Imam Asr (A.S).