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یکشنبه ۲۱ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۰۰:۱۲ - ۱۱ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

اُئتلاف پنج روزنامه اصلاح طلب، از ديد يك روزنامه نگار


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Summary of Today's BroadcastRFE/RL Persian ServiceFriday June 21, 2002 - Reformist newspapers unite - Majles Speaker completes Belarus visit - Failing privatization of state-run companies - London's Economist on unemployment crisis - Caspian pipeline battles - US concern about Bushehr nuclear plant - Domestic abuse of children - Italian minister of foreign trade on EU-Iran relations Five Reformist Newspapers Join in an Independent Coalition * Five reformist newspapers formed a coalition Thursday and invited others of the "independent" reformist press to join them. Tehran-based journalist Hasan Fathi says the coalition's goal is to reject any form of monopolization of power and to promote "true" reform. He tells RFE/RL that unlike other reformist newspapers as Nowruz, none of the new coalition members is affiliated with a political party. (Fereydoun Zarnegar) Majles Speaker Ends Belarus Trip * On his return from a 3-day official visit to Belarus yesterday Majles Speaker Mehdi Karubi said President Khatami would soon visit Belarus. (Mani Kasravi, Moscow) Privatization of State-Run Companies * RFE/RL airs a Persian summary of an article by Washington-based economist Jahangir Amuzgar in the latest issue of the Middle East Economic Survey on the failed attempts to privatize thousands of money-losing big and small state-owned companies that drain the national budget. (Fereydoun Zarnegar) Looming Unemployment Crisis * Rising unemployment threatens Tehran with a crisis, and The Economist see the 54 percent jump in the government's general budget as inflationary. (Fariba Mavedat) Diplomatic War on Caspian Pipeline Projects * The Russian oil ministry's weekly magazine The Caspian writes on diplomatic battle over the conflicting projects to transfer oil and gas from the Caspian to Europe. (Mani Kasravi, Moscow) Russia's Nuclear Cooperation with Iran * Despite assurances by Russia, the US continues to worry its cooperation with Iran on the Bushehr nuclear power plant, writes the Christian Science Monitor. (Fariba Mavedat) Domestic Abuse of Children * Tehran-based sociologist Davar Sheikhavandi, who took part in yesterday's conference on social pathologies, says little is being done to protect young girls from sexual abuse at home. He tells RFE/RL that taped interviews conducted by charity organizations with runaway girls show that the main reason for their flight from home has been sexual abuse. Iran's laws prevent prosecution of the fathers even in fatal cases. (Siavash Ardalan) EU and the Prospect of Economic Cooperation with Iran * Adolfo Urso, Italy's minister of foreign trade says in order to expand trade, Italy has increased the ceiling of insurance provided to Italian companies that export goods to Iran. He tells RFE/RL that the upcoming EU-Iran negotiations on economic cooperation could potentially have a major impact on developments in Iran, and the EU can persuade Iran to assume a more active role in fighting terrorism. (Ahmad Ra'fat, Rome) Iran's Economy: View from the US * Three economy professors in US universities discuss Iran's economic problems in interviews with RFE/RL. (Fereydoun Zarnegar) WORLD * Arafat says he is ready to accept former US President Bill Clinton's Middle East peace plan. (Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) * Arafat ready to end violence. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * EU summit to discuss immigration and European constitution in Seville, Spain. (Ahmad Ra'fat, Rome) * German President signs controversial immigration bill as opposition parties vow to turn the bill into an issue in the upcoming parliamentary election campaign. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) * In a symposium in Washington participants discussed the coexistence of Islam and democracy. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * Italian television sues FIFA over losses. (Ahmad Ra'fat, Rome) * Weekly Middle East Magazine; topics include 4 deaths in Kuwait from drinking eau de cologne, rising incidents of suicide among girls and women in Algeria, new ancient graves discovery in Egypt and movie on the 1973 Abab Israeli war. (Farideh Rahbar and Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) * Belgium arrests a Tunisian accused of plotting an attack on a military base. (Jean Khakzad, Paris) * US Supreme Court finds execution of mentally retarded unconstitutional. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) ARTS AND IDEAS Iranian Artisans kept from Silk Road Festival in Washington * Smithsonian consultant and Persian miniaturist Mohammad Nasseripur tells RFE/RL that budget considerations and the problem of obtaining US visas would keep Iranian artisans from participating in the Silk Road Festival that will be held later this month in Washington. (Fatemeh Aman, Washington) RFE/RL's Daily Coverage of Soccer World Cup * RFE/RL's soccer commentator, Mehrdad Masudi, reports from Seoul on today's World Cup games. Trip to Iran: Travel Writing by Foreign Visitors * In his report on Iran, French 19th Century envoy to Iran writes about the Qajar king Nasseredin's system of government. (Nazi Azima, Prague; Javad Tabatabai, Paris) Life and Poetry of Mirzadeh Eshqi * London-based scholar Mashallah Ajudani, Tehran-based director of the encyclopedia of Persian literature Hasan Anusheh and Tehran-based professor of history Gholam-Hossein Mirzasaleh talk about the life and poetry of the early 20th Century poet Mohammad-Reza Mirzadeh-Eshqi. (Nazi Azima) Classic Love Stories: Vis va Ramin * Sadredin Elahi continues his recitation of the story of Vis va Ramin based on Fakhredin Asad Gorgani. Music Highlights from New York Magazine * A former Sudanese slave protests pop singer Brittany Spears' song "Slave for You" and hundreds in New York write political comments on Brittany Spears' concert posters in New York subways; opera singer Placido Domingo heroically returns to stage in Milan's La Scala opera after his voice breaks in the middle of Verdi's Othello. (Behnam Nateghi and Niloofar Mina, New York)

در پى ائتلاف پنج روزنامه اصلاح طلب "آزاد،" "آفتاب يزد،" "توسعه،" "صداى عدالت" و "مردمسالارى،" حسن فتحى روزنامه نگار در تهران، در مصاحبه با راديو آزادى مى گويد: اين پنج روزنامه در ميان روزنامه هاى مستقل (غيروابسته به احزاب) هستند که مشى اصلاح طلبى دارند. وى مى افزايد: هدف اين ائتلاف تقويت اصلاح طلبان واقعى و غيروابسته در جامعه است. وى مى گويد اصلاح طلبى در کشورما منحصر به حزب مشارکت يا بخشى از جبهه دوم خرداد نيست. هر کس خواستار تغييرات اصولى در جامعه است، اصلاح طلب تلقى مى شود. فتحى مى گويد: "ما مى خواستيم تريبونى براى اصلاح طلبانى باشيم که وابسته به احزاب و گروه ها نيستند." فتحى مى افزايد: روزنامه هاى مستقل ديگرى که اصلاح طلبى را در انحصار يک حزب يا يک شخصيت نمى بينند، مى توانند به اين گروه بپيوندند.

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