Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei urged the country's officials not to coduct immoral talks, ISNA reported.
Speaking to the gathering of country's officials and military officers, Khamenei said that some officials in the country should put national interests up front, instead of engaging in public quarrels or throwing temper tantrums.
The Supreme Leader said that in the future he himself will talk to the people about these issues.
Speaking at the parliament on Sunday, president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad accused the parliament speaker Ali Larijani's family of corruption.
Addressing parliament to defend one of his ministers against impeachment, Ahmadinejad went on the attack, playing astonished lawmakers a recorded conversation with the brother of the speaker that he said implicated the whole family in corruption.
Under Larijani's chairmanship, parliament has been hostile to Ahmadinejad for most of his second four-year term and on Sunday it voted to dismiss Labor Minister Abdolreza Sheikholeslami over his decision to appoint Saeed Mortazavi, accused of links to the deaths of prisoners, to a new job.
Ahmadinejad played what he said was a recording of a conversation between Mortazavi and Fazel Larijani, the speaker's brother, that proved the family had used the prominence of the five Larijani brothers for economic gain.
But the recording was inaudible and Ahmadinejad read out what he said was a summary.
He went on to add that the Judiciary System of Iran is not to be run by a family, noting that such situation is not good for Iran or the Judiciary system itself.