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قوه فضائيه موسسه دولتي عامل نظرسنجي در باره رابطه با آمريكا را تعطيل كرد

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Summary of Today's BroadcastRFE/RL Persian ServiceWednesday, October 2, 2002 Judiciary Closes Polling Institute for Opinion Survey on US-Iran Relations * The Judiciary closed the national society of public opinion surveys, a unit of the culture ministry, after its survey last week showed 74.7 percent of Iranians favor relations with the US. The polling institute's head, Behruz Geranmayeh, who was summoned to court, said the poll was commissioned and paid for by the Majles national security and foreign relations committee, and his organization was not responsible for releasing its results. Two other government-owned survey and polling institutions took part in the project, and its results were reported by the official news agency IRNA. A Tehran polling company worker tells RFE/RL that the accuracy of opinion surveys depends on the statistical sample interviewed. (Fereydoun Zarnegar) Majles Commission Approves Report on Convicted Lawyers * The Majles complaints committee approved a report for submission to the Majles about its investigation of the jail sentences and suspension of law licenses of six lawyers who represented political activists and journalists in recent trials. Mohammad Seifzadeh, who is sentenced to 4 months in jail and 5 years ban from practice, tells RFE/RL that except for Nasser Zarafshan's sentence, which has been confirmed in appeal, the lawyers' sentences have not yet been reviewed by the appeals court. He says it appears that the wave of court actions against lawyers has receded. (Jamshid Zand) MPs Prepare to Impeach Foreign Minister on Caspian * A group of reformist MPs has called foreign minister Kamal Kharrazi to the Majles to answer questions on Iran's inaction in the dispute over the Caspian legal regime, as well as Iran's Iraq policy. Ardabil MP Noreddin Pirmo'azen has indicated that the session may be a prelude to an impeachment of the foreign minister. (Siavash Ardalan) Tehran City Council Convenes after Months of Obstruction * Tehran city council held a closed-door meeting today with 13 of its 15 members present after months of factional quarreling over the conduct of the Mayor and his decision to stop selling air rights beyond legal limits to high rise developers. The interior minister and provincial governor also took part in the meeting. Mehdi Kaveh, a Tehran city council advisor, tells RFE/RL that the council members agreed to hold regular meetings. However, until the two sides reach an agreement, the meetings will be held behind closed doors. (Jamshid Zand) Court Interrogates Voice of Reforms Publisher ?" In an interview after appearing in the press court today, Ahmad Nabavi, publisher of the weekly "Neda-ye Edalat (Voice of Reform), tells RFE/RL that 36 complaints have been filed against. He says he began publishing his magazine, which dealt with people's demands of the reform movement, locally in Saveh, but after his application for candidacy from Saveh in the parliamentary elections was rejected by the Guardians Council, he began publishing it nationally. Recently, financial problems forced him to close the magazine, but he says he hopes to revive it soon as a bi-weekly despite declining public interest in the printed press. (Mahmonir Rahimi) Government Lifts Import Ban on 12 Items * Importation by 12 classes of goods, such as computer hardware and software, audio equipment, mobile phones and cigarettes by overseas passengers would no longer require foreign exchange deposits, according to new regulations announced today. Tehran-based economic journalist Mohammad-Reza Balideh tells RFE/RL that the move would lower prices of the 12 categories, and it would be welcomed by domestic manufacturers who see it as an incentive to make their products more exportable by improving quality and lowering prices. (Jamshid Zand) Government's Economy Team Promotes Investment in Iran in Washington * In a session attended by Iranian immigrants to the US, economy and finance minister Tahmasb Mazaheri and central bank governor Mohsen Nurbakhsh, in Washington for the annual World Bank meeting, explained the protections offered to foreign investors in Iran's new foreign investment law. Hossein Razavi, an Iranian-born World Bank executive, who was present at the meeting, tells RFE/RL that in response to their presentation, some US-based Iranian investors told the officials that they should first deal with the flight of capital out of Iran which indicates unsafe investment conditions. He adds that despite spirited discussion at the meeting, it seemed that neither the audience nor the presenters believed that flow of Iranians' capital to Iran would begin any time soon. (Fereydoun Zarnegar) Lower Production and Other Oil Industry Troubles * In order to keep its share of the world oil market, Iran needs to pump 12 million barrels of crude per day by the year 2020, according to the Moscow daily Caspian, the official organ of Russia's oil ministry. The newspaper said Iran needs $100 billion in new investments in order to be able to nearly double its capacity to 8 million barrels per day. (Mani Kasravi, Moscow) Argentine Judiciary to Indict Iranian Officials in Jewish Center Bombing * A lawyer of the Buenos Aires Jewish center Martha Narselas said the Argentine Judiciary is about to indict top Iranian government officials in the 1994 bombing of the center. She said new evidence shows that Iranian officials facilitated the attack with the help of Lebanese Hezbollah elements. Four former Argentine policemen and a truck driver are being tried for the roles in the bombing that killed more than 200. (Alireza Taheri) MPs Bill to Mandate Sexual Education * RFE/RL's Paris-based education commentator Said Peyvandi reviews a new bill submitted to the Majles by a group of reformist MPs to mandate sexual education to young people. Iran and International Financial Organizations * Iranian officials who attended the annual World Bank meeting in Washington said Iran's application to join the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency has been approved by the cabinet, but has not been officially submitted. (Fereydoun Khavand, Paris) ARTS AND CULTURE Daily Internet Report * Websites dedicated to presenting the poems of two major contemporary poets, Forough Farrokhzad and Sohrab Sepehri. (Behnam Nateghi) Daily medical advice (Dr. Mansur Moslehi, Los Angeles) Cologne International Women Film Festival * Germany-based filmmaker Panthea Bahrami, whose film on Muslim women is being shown at the Cologne international film festival, tells RFE/RL she started making her documentary by interviewing Muslim women living in Germany, but her work became harder after September 11, because Muslims did not want to be interviewed. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) Daily Science Report * Dr. Ernest Hawk tells RFE/RL about a new research finding that shows aspirin may help prevent pancreas cancer. (Fatemeh Aman, Washington) "Inside Iran," a New Book on Iranian Women * In her book "Inside Iran: Women's Lives" BBC reporter Jane Howard, who spent four years in Iran, blends research and personal experience to present a moving and colorful view of the progress of women in today's Iran, writes Washington-based author Nahid Rachlin in the New York Times. (Alireza Taheri) Images from Inside Women's Prison * Sudabeh Ardavan, a former architecture student, who made 100 drawings during her seven years in jail, spoke during a ceremony in Washington to commemorate the 1987 mass killings of young political prisoners in Iran's jails, writes the Washington Post. (Shireen Famili) Song: Do Ayeneh (Two Mirrors) * RFE/RL's music critic Mahmud Khoshnam plays Do Ayneh (Two Mirrors), based on lyrics by Nader Naderpour with music by Hasanali Mallah, performed by 1970's pop singer Ramesh. WORLD UN, Iraq agree on the return of arms inspectors. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) * US reaction to UN-Iraq agreement (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * Arab reactions to UN-Iraq agreement (Farideh Rahbar, Cairo) * Russia expands involvement in the Middle East peace. (Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) * Religious Freedoms Commission's report. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * Milosevic trial (Ahmad Ra'fat, Rome) * Mozambique peace exhibit in Rome (Ahmad Ra'fat, Rome)

انتشار نتايج يك نظرسنجي رسمي هفته گذشته كه نشان مي داد اكثريت مردم ايران خواهان برقراري رابطه با آمريكا هستند، خشم مخالفان قدرتمند رابطه با آمريكا را برانگيخت. دفتر «موسسه پژوهش و افكارسنجي» لاك و مهر شد و بهروز گرانپايه، مسئول اين موسسه وابسته به وزارت ارشاد اسلامي و خانم گران همت، مجري اين طرح، به اتهام نشر اكاذيب مورد بازجوئي قرار گرفتند. بهروزگرانپايه گفت نظرسنجي به سفارش كميسيون امنيت ملي مجلس و در قبال حق الزحمه انجام شده بود و موسسه در انتشار نتايج آن دخالت نداشت. سخنگوي دولت برخورد قوه قضائيه با اين موسسه رامحكوم كرد. موسسات خرد و جهاددانشگاهي نيز از عاملان اجراي نظرسنجي در باره رابطه با آمريكا معرفي شده بودند. كارمند يك موسسه نظرسنجي در تهران در مصاحبه با راديوآزادي مي گويد صحت نظرسنجي ها بسته به نمونه آماري كه مورد مصاحبه قرار گرفته است، دارد.

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