دوشنبه ۹ اسفند ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۰۴:۰۴
August 18, 2004 - US-based anti-regime activist Manuchehr Ganji tells Radio Farda’s Los Angeles correspondent Froozeh Khatibi that he is about to stage a trial for the Islamic regime in a European country. A panel of 27 former regime officials, scholars and activists will review the human rights record of the Islamic government. The idea of an international trial was born last year after no resolution condemning Iran was forwarded to the UN Human Rights Commission. Several former regime officials, including former regime’s ambassador to the UN Fereyoun Hoveyda, former World Bank official Cyrus Amoozegar, London-based anti-regime poet Ismael Khoi, Harvard University professor Dariush Elahi and former prime minister Shahpour Bakhtiar’s daughter France Bakhtiar are among the 27 who have jointed Ganji in a committee.