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پنجشنبه ۱۸ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۲۲:۴۰ - ۸ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

پيامد ناآرامي در فردوس و اختلاف نظرها بر سر طرح تقسيم استان خراسان


ماه منير رحيمي، مصاحبه با جواد اطاعت، نماينده مجلس شوراي اسلامي (تهران)

Summary of Today's BroadcastRFE/RL Persian ServiceSaturday, April 20, 2002 - Three-way division of the Khorasan Province - Serial political assassinations' interrogation video - Guardians Council blocks restoration of the office of the magistrate - Eni says gas exploration continues in the South Pars field - Iran struggles to replace 5000 trucks in two years Disagreement over Plan for Three-Way Division of Khorasan * At least one opponent of the government's plan to divide the northeastern province of Khorasan into three provinces died in the four-day protest that rocked the city of Ferdows. Majles MP Javad Eta'at says Khorasan's budget could have been increased without dividing a province with a cohesive history and culture. He tells RFE/RL that 43 population centers are demanding to be turned into provinces, although turning 18 large cities into new provinces during the past two decades has had little impact in their development. (Mahmonir Rahmi) Controversy over the Serial Political Assassination Interrogations Video * Widespread distribution abroad of a compact disc containing a 3-hour edited version of videotapes made by interrogators during their investigation into serial assassinations of dissidents has authorities calling for investigation into the source of the leak. Lawyer Naser Zarafshan, who represented the relatives of Mohammad Mokhtari, a victim of the assassinations, says the military court does not deny the authenticity of the tapes. The video, edited to three hours from the original 12 hours, shows interrogators insulting and abusing the accused intelligence officers and their families and friends. The emphasis on finding how the video was leaked is misplaced, he adds, since investigations were halted before they could determine who ordered the assassinations. Exposing the murders is apparently a greater crime than the murders themselves, he tells RFE/RL. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) Guardians Council Blocks Restoration of the Office of the Magistrate * Reformist efforts to restore the office of the magistrate in Iran's judiciary are being blocked by the conservative Guardians Council, says lawyer Mohammad Seifzadeh. In Iran's post-revolutionary court system, the authority of the prosecutor and the investigative magistrate has been given to judges to expedite the judicial process. Seifzadeh tells RFE/RL the move has downgraded the quality of judgments and made the process longer. He explains that the Guardians Council objected to the Majles bill because it avoids recognizing the legality of the special courts, such as the Islamic Revolutionary Courts and the Special Courts for the Clergy. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) Italian Eni Oil Company's Operations Continue in South Pars Gas Field * Eni, the Italian partner of Pertopars in the $1 billion South Pars project, denied reports published in Iran about the suspension of exploration in the Persian Gulf gas field. The Judiciary summoned Behzad Nabavi and other directors of the semi-official Petropars company to investigate what were termed "irregularities" in the buy-back contracts the company has signed with the Iranian oil ministry. (Ahmad Ra'fat) Truckers Receive Loans to Replace Iran's Truck Fleet * European countries have given Iran two years to replace its fleet of 5000 trucks in order to comply with international standards. Bita Teymuri, the editor of the Tehran monthly "Transportation" (haml-o-naql) says truckers cannot afford to buy new trucks, even though Iran's transportation and terminals authority provides them with five-year bank loans. She tells RFE/RL that laws protecting domestic manufacturers forbid buying foreign-made trucks, but truck makers do not have the capacity to supply 5000 trucks by the end of next year. (Shireen Famili) WORLD * UN sends investigators to Jenin refugee camp. (Alireza Taheri) * US lawmakers propose legislation in support of Israel. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * Former Italian Prime Minister Massimo DAlema tells RFE/RL about his recent trip, along with hundreds of leftist European political activists, to Israel and the West Bank. (Ahmad Ra'fat, Rome) * Leaflets distributed in Kandahar threaten death to parents who send their children to school. (Shireen Famili) * Russia will officially join NATO on May 28 during a ceremony in Rome to be attended by presidents Bush and Putin, says Italian Prime Minister Berlusconi. (Ahmad Ra'fat, Rome) * US Senate approves a bill to ban tourist visas for Iranians and citizens of four other countries. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * 50,000 demonstrate in Washington against Israeli occupation of the West Bank and US support for Israel. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * Mohammad Zaher, the former Afghan king, can help unite the nation if he avoids interfering in politics and if his relatives do not try to re-establish the monarchy in Afghanistan, says Nazif Shahrani, an Afghan professor of political science in Indiana during an interview with RFE/RL. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * Weekly roundup of social and cultural news from the Middle East. (Farideh Rahbar and Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) ARTS AND IDEAS Iranian Music by an Multi-National Orchestra in Washington * Opera singer Zohreh Juya and musician Majid Derakhshani tell RFE/RL about their concert in Cologne, Germany, with a band of musicians from five different countries in the sidelines of the year long museum show, "Seven Millennia of Persian Art." (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) New York Magazine Four American-Iranian Post-Modern Artists Exhibit in New York * Organized by Center for Iranian Modern Arts, New York (CIMA), the "Cross-Cultural Expressions" exhibit deals with issues of hybridism, transglobal identity and multiculturalism. In interviews with RFE/RL, curator Hengameh Fouladvand and featured artists Zahra Farmanfarmaian, Amir Fallah, Roshan Houshmand, and Reza Kassai talk about the exhibition, which is supported by New York City. (Behnam Nateghi, New York) Weekly medical advice show (Dr. Mansur Moslehi)

تصوبب لابحه تقسيم استان خراسان به استان هاي شمالي، رضوي و جنوبي ناآرامي هايي را در اين استان برانگيخت. دست کم يک نفر از مخالفان تقسيم خراسان در شهرفردوس در درگيري با نيروهاي انتظامي کشته شد. موافقان اين لابحه معتقدند که در سهم بندي بودجه ملي، مساحت و جمعيت استان در نظر گرفته نمي شود. جواد اطاعت، نماينده مجلس شوراي اسلامي، در مصاحبه با راديوآزادي مي گويد 43 مركز جمعيتي خواهان ارتقا به سطح استان در تقسيمات كشوري هستند و اين روند باعث حجيم تر شدن دولت و كند شدن كارها و تضعيف اقتدار دولت و مشكلات و گرفتاري هايي براي توسعه كشور مي شود. وي مي گويد كارشناسان تقسيم خراسان را به علت هويت يكپارچه و فرهنگي و تاريخي آن كار نادرستي مي دانند و مي افزايد از راه هاي ديگري، از جمله بودجه بندي بر اساس جمعيت و مساحت، مي توان بر بودجه استان خراسان افزود.

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