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دوشنبه ۱۵ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۱۸:۱۹ - ۵ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

حمايت 162 نماينده مجلس از تداوم اعتراض هاي دانجشوئي تا لغو حكم اعدام هاشم آغاجري


سياوش اردلان، مصاحبه با جعفر گلابي و باقر امامي (تهران)

Summary of Iran Stories of Today's BroadcastRFE/RL Persian ServiceSummary of Iran Stories of Today's Broadcast Thursday, November 21, 2002 162 MPs Call for Student Protests to Go On * In a letter addressed to students and faculty, 162 MPs asked that their demonstrations be continued until professor Hashem Aghajari's death sentence is repealed. In another letter, read in the Majles, they thanked Majles speaker Mehdi Karrubi for denouncing Aghajari's sentence. Marand and Jolfa MP Baqer Momeni tells RFE/RL that some MPs worry that the Majles would soon come under new pressures. The conservative daily Kayhan accused the Majles reformists of fomenting student unrest. Tehran-based reformist journalist Jafar Golabi tells RFE/RL that authorities have asked the press not to report students' slogans and not to publish advance news of student gatherings. President Khatami's brother, Mohammad Reza, head of the reformist Jebheh-ye Mosharekat (Participation Front), told the state-run students' news agency (ISNA) that students are frustrated with both factions of the regime. In Ahvaz and Shiraz thousands of Basiji students and volunteers shouted slogans in support of the Supreme Leader and the Judiciary. The pro-reform Islamic students have called for a demonstration on Student Day, December 6. The reformists expect the judiciary to strike down Aghajari's death sentence after the Supreme Leader called for its revision, but judiciary chief Ayatollah Mahmud Hashemi Shahrudi said the case would not receive any special treatment. (Siavash Ardalan) * Ayatollah Abdolkarim Mussavi-Ardabili, who was chief justice and prosecutor general under Ayatollah Khomeini, told the official news agency IRNA that Aghajari's case should not have been assigned to a novice provincial judge. Tehran-based lawyer Ahmad Bashiri tells RFE/RL that Aghajari's judge should have considered the public's and government's interests. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) * The Financial Times writes that anti-riot police quickly put down a small monarchist demonstration in Tehran, and that conservative elements suppress reformist students' demonstrations while police look on. (Fariba Mavedat) Foreign Minister Returns Home from Europe * Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi returned home after meeting EU and German officials in Brussels and Berlin. He told the Frankfurter Allgemeine that Iran would not allow US access to its airspace for attacks on Iraq. He said student protests are a sign of freedom of expression, not discontent with the regime. A German foreign ministry spokesman said Kharrazi and German FM Joschka Fischer discussed human rights, Afghanistan and Iraq. In his meeting with Kharrazi speaker of the Bundestag Wolfgang Thierse called for the release of Khalil Rostamkhani and Said Nasr, two translators arrested for their participation in the Berlin conference on reforms in Iran. He asked that Rostamkhani be permitted to travel to Germany to visit his sick wife, Roshanak Dariush. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) Domestic Automakers Oppose Bill to Free Car Imports * The Majles approved a bill that would consolidate all custom tariffs and export-import duties. Tehran-based economist Ali Rashidi tells RFE/RL that the bill seeks to prevent multiple tariffs and facilitate imports in order to reduce domestic car prices, which are 80 percent higher than the world average. The main opposition to this bill came from domestic automakers, he adds. (Fereydoun Zarnegar) Higher Inflation * The management and planning organization said in its report on the status of the third five-year economic development plan that the growth of money supply is driving inflation higher. The inflation was at 32 percent in 1990 but dropped to 16 percent in the mid-1990s. Last year, the official inflation rate was 11.4 percent, and the management and planning organization expect it to rise to 15 percent by March 22, 2003. (Fereydoun Khavand, Paris) German-Iran Deals * Iran and Germany signed agreements to promote trade, insure exports and protect investors. Iran ordered six ships to Germany at the cost of 205 million euros. Germany is active in auto manufacturing, shipbuilding, aluminum and petrochemical industries in Iran. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) Communications Ministry Warns Unlicensed Internet Operations * The post, telegraph and telephone ministry issued a warning to state-owned and private Internet services companies to apply for licenses or face shut down of their phone lines. Mostafa Mohammadi, head of the association of ISP owners, tells RFE/RL that in the name of government control, the ministry seeks to increase its revenues by taxing Internet services. (Jamshid Zand) Iran Tests Domestic Fighter Jet * London's Jane Defense reports that a new jet fighter manufactured in Iran was tested on the Kish Island. Tazarv, is the third in a line of jet fighters made by Iran to be tested. Dorna and Tondar were previously tested. (Jamshid Zand) Belgian Movie on Iran * Tiery Michel, director of the documentary "Iran Behind the Veils," which is being distributed in Belgium and will soon be theatrically released in France, tells RFE/RL that his movie deals with the contradictions in Iran. (Jean Khakzad, Paris)

162 نماينده مجلس در نامه اي خطاب به دانشجويان و اساتيد دانشگاه، از آنان خواستند كه به اعتراضات خود تا لغو حكم اعدام هاشم آغاجري، عضو شوراي مركزي سازمان مجاهدين انقلاب اسلامي، ادامه دهند، به جاي اين نامه در جلسه علني مجلس نامه اي به امضاي همين عده در پشييباني از مهدي كروبي رئيس مجلس خوانده شد كه بلافاصله پس از صدور حكم اعدام آغاجري انزجار خود را از آن اعلام كرده بود. باقر امامي، نماينده مرند و جلفا در مجلس و يكي از امضا كنندگان اين نامه، در مصاحبه با راديو آزادي مي گويد: اصلاح طلبان احتمال مي دهند كه فشار هائي بر مجلس وارد خواهد آمد. در شهرهاي اهواز و شيراز هزاران نفر از نيروهاي حزب الله با شعار هايي در حمايت از رهبر جمهوري اسلامي و قوه قضائيه، تظاهراتي در پاسخ به تظاهرات دانشجويان هوادار اصلاحات، برپا كردند. با گسترش تظاهرات گروه هاي تندرو، تظاهرات دانشجويان اصلاح طلب رفته رفته فروكش مي كند. دانشجويان اسلامي هوادار اصلاحات تظاهراتي براي روز دانشجو ترتيب داده اند. جعفر گلابي روزنامه نگار اصلاحگرا، در مصاحبه با راديو آزادي مي گويد: مقامات حكومتي از روزنامه ها خواسته اند كه به اعتراضات دانشجويان دامن نزنند. وي مي گويد ازجمله، روزنامه ها از انتشار خبر برگزاري تجمع هاي دانشجوئي و انتشار شعار هاي شديد آنها منع شدند. محمدرضا خاتمي، برادر رئيس جمهوري و دبيركل حزب جبهه مشاركت ايران اسلامي، در مصاحبه اي كه بخشي از آن از راديوآزادي پخش مي شود، گفت: برخوردهايي كه با دانشگاهيان و اهل قلم صورت گرفته، نيروهاي جوان و دانشگاهي را نسبت به احقاق حق در داخل حكومت دلسرد كرده است. وي گفت در دانشگاه ها بي اعتمادي به همه اجزاي حكومت وجود دارد.

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