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یکشنبه ۱۴ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۱۰:۰۶ - ۴ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

نمايندگان متحصن تعهد كردند تا تضمين انتخابات آزاد با شركت كليه ردصلاحيت شدگان، به تحصن در مجلس ادامه دهند


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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiFriday, January 16, 2004 <b>Disqualified MPs Vow to Continue Sit-in Strike until Reversal of All Election Bans</b> • In their 9th communiqué, the 83 reformist MPs, barred from standing for reelection by the conservative Guardians Council, vowed to continue their sit-in strike until bans on all candidacy applicants were lifted. In addition to the 83 MPs, nearly half of 4,000 applicants have been disqualified by the Guardian Council&apos;s election supervision boards. Former Islamic student activist and Tehran MP Eleheh Kulai, member of the Majles national security and foreign relations committee, said that the reformists will fight with tooth and nail to defend their right to stand in the February 20 elections. At today&apos;s official Friday prayers ceremony in the Tehran University, conservative senior cleric Ayatollah Emami-Kashani praised the Supreme Leader&apos;s Wednesday statement to the Guardians Council that the existing MPs should be considered qualified, unless proven otherwise. The members of the Guardians Council have not yet reviewed the disqualifications handed down by the supervision committees, Guardians Council member Ayatollah Mohammad Momen said today, paving the way for reversing bans on at least some of the disqualified MPs. But the sit-in protest would continue, reformist MP Jamileh Kadivar said, adding that the protesters seek assurances of free and fair elections. The strikers rejected on Wednesday a plea by President Khatami to end their strike. President&apos;s brother Mohammad Reza Khatami, deputy Majles speaker, who leads the sit-in protest, said, “We told President Khatami ‘you do your work and we do ours.&apos; (Alireza Taheri) • In their ninth communiqué, the striking MPs said they would begin limited hunger strikes tomorrow. (Maryam Ahmadi) • With their 8th communiqué, the striking MPs appear to have backed out of the escalating pattern of demands they displayed in their first seven communiqués. Until Wednesday afternoon, when they issued their 7th communiqué, the disqualified MPs kept broadening the scope of their demands. First, all they wanted was to be qualified to stand for reelection. Then they banned state radio-TV cameras from the Majles, because they said the TV did not cover their strike, while it kept filming. In their 6th communiqué, they brought up a list of major national cases of the past that had become of the subject of conflict between the two ruling factions, such as the 1998 serial assassinations of dissidents by the intelligence ministry agents and the death in custody of Canadian-Iranian photojournalist Zahra Kazemi, and said backroom negotiations and secret arrangements did not lead to prosecution of the perpetrators of these killings. In their 7th communiqué, the striking MPs rejected President Khatami&apos;s plea to end their strike. The 8th communiqué, in which they called the Supreme Leader&apos;s order to the Guardians Council to review the disqualification decisions a positive step, but said their strike would continue until assurances of fair and free elections were received. (Bahman Bastani) • A group of German MPs signed a letter backing the striking Majles MPs, calling the Guardians Council to overturn the disqualification decisions. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) • The conservatives continue to have the upper hand: by overturning their ban on some of the disqualified reformist MPs, they can split the reformist ranks, the Reuters reports in a dispatch from Tehran. (Maryam Ahmadi) • The people consider the compromise offered by the Supreme Leader another ploy of the autocratic regime, writes Swiss daily <i>Neue Zürcher Zeitung</i>. The conflict between the regime&apos;s two factions is mainly about division of powerful positions, and has little to do with the people&apos;s demands. Even if the disqualification decisions were overturned, the people will not vote for the reformists, and based on their past four years&apos; track record, will continue to consider them disqualified to represent them in the Majles, it adds. (Parviz Farhang) • Of the more than 8,000 applicants for candidacy in the Majles elections, the interior ministry&apos;s election executive committees disqualified 434, announced the interior ministry&apos;s elections headquarters. But the Guardians Council&apos;s elections supervision committees disqualified 3,610, or 9 times that of the interior ministry&apos;s committees, it added, charging that the Guardians Council&apos;s disqualifications had no legal basis. (Bahman Bastani) • “It is not a crisis between the so-called liberal and radical factions, but between the whole regime and the people,” former crown prince Reza Pahlavi said on Thursday in a press conference in Washington. “This regime is not reformable, he added, calling for a “fundamental change” in the country&apos;s political system. “The only way for the Iranian people to make their voice heard would be “to boycott” the elections, as no elected body had been able to stand up to the conservative clerics led by the Supreme Leader, Mr. Pahlavi added, according to the Agence France Press. (Jean Khakzad) • The current crisis is rooted in the Islamic Republic&apos;s constitution, <b>Ali Mahjubi</b>, chief of staff of the German Green Party MP Claudia Ruth, member of the German parliament&apos;s foreign relations committee, tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. The demands of the striking MPs should be limited to overturning their own disqualifications, but should be aimed at ending the Guardians Council&apos;s veto power over election candidacy applicants, he adds. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) • The Guardians Council should not bar Majles MPs from standing for reelection, since it had approved their qualifications four years ago, Ayatollah Mohammad Emami-Kashani said today in a sermon at the official Friday prayers ceremony, echoing the Supreme Leader&apos;s statement on Wednesday to the Guardians Council. (Golnaz Esfandiari) • <b>Radio Farda</b> airs portions of the speeches by reformist MPs Fatemeh Haqiqatju and Mohsen Armin from its audio archives, in which they criticized the conservative judiciary for its handling of the investigation of the death in custody of Canadian Iranian photojournalist Zahra Kazemi and the 1998 police attack on the Tehran University student dorms. These and similar speeches were cited by the Guardians Council as the basis for banning the reformist MPs from standing for reelection. • Like any other totalitarian regime, the Islamic Republic needs crises to survive, secretary-general of the nationalist Pan-Iranist party and former member of the Iranian parliament under the Shah <b>Mohsen Pezeshkzad</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. The current crisis is only a conflict between the two factions of the regime, both of which the Iranian people reject, he adds, predicting “lackluster elections in which the people will reject the sectarian regime by refusing to vote.” (Baktash Khamsehpour) • The events taking place in Iran would delay normalizing diplomatic relations with Iran, Egyptian foreign minister Ahmad Maher said. • Most Iranians demand a regime change, writes London weekly <i>Economist</i>. (Baktash Khamsehpour) <b>France Bets on Rowhani as Khatami&apos;s Successor</b> • By the elaborate welcome it bestowed upon secretary of the supreme national security council Hasan Rowhani, the French government bets on him to replace Mohammad Khatami as the Islamic regime&apos;s next president, writes Paris daily <i>Liberation</i>. (Mir-Ali Hosseini, Paris) <b>Anniversary of the Shah&apos;s Departure</b> • On the day the Shah left Iran 25 years ago, the people rejoiced, oblivious to the fact that with his departure the 2500 year old monarchical rule in Iran ended, veteran journalist <b>Masoud Behnud</b>, a BBC Persian Service commentator, tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. (Jean Khakzad) . بكتاش خمسه پور (راديو فردا): نمايندگان اصلاح گراي مجلس شوراي اسلامي امروز بارديگر تعهد كردند كه به تحصن ادامه دهند. اين نمايندگان شش روز است كه در اعتراض به رد صلاحيت بيش از 3000 داوطلب نمايندگي مجلس تحصن كرده اند. عليرضا طاهري (راديو فردا): رويارويي محافظه كاران و اصلاح طلبان تازگي ندارد. آنچه تازگي دارد مقاومت بيسابقه آنها دربرابر حكم شوراي نگهبان از بازوهاي اصلي محافظه كاران به رد صلاحيت بيش از 3000 داوطلب نمايندگي مجلس است. دكتر الهه كولايي، عضو كميسيون امنيت ملي و سياست خارجي مجلس پيش از بروز بن بست تازه در حكومت آشكارا تاكيد كرده بود كه مجلس ششم با چنگ و دندان از خود دفاع خواهد كرد. امروز آيت الله محمد امامي كاشاني امام جمعه موقت تهران كوشيد تلويحا به نمايندگان اصلاح گراي مجلس ششم كه صلاحيتشان براي ورود به مجلس هفتم رد شده است، اطمينان خاطر بدهد كه صلاحيت آنها بزودي تاييد خواهد شد. آيت الله امامي كاشاني كه عضو مجمع تشخيص مصلحت نظام است در خطبه هاي امروز نماز جمعه با ستايش از گفته هاي دو روز پيش رهبر درباره رد صلاحيت شدگان گفت: اين فرمايش مقام معظم رهبري مبني بر اينكه كساني كه در مجلس بوده اند داراي صلاحيت بوده، مگر اينكه خلاف آن ثابت شود، را شوراي نگهبان موظف است عمل كند. گفته هاي امروز آيت الله محمد مومن عضو شوراي نگهبان را نيز مي توان نشانه اي از زمينه چيني براي تاييد صلاحيت دست كم نمايندگان كنوني مجلس براي انتخابات مجلس هفتم دانست. آيت الله مومن مي گويد: مساله صلاحيت ها در شوراي نگهبان هنوز مطرح نشده و اعضاي اصلي شورا نظرشان را درباره رد صلاحيت شدگان مطرح نكرده اند. با اينحال به گفته تحليل گران در جايي كه نه دلجويي هاي محمد خاتمي و نه گفته هاي آيت الله خامنه اي درباره احتمال تجديد نظر در رد صلاحيت ها اصلاحگرايان را از ادامه تحصن در مجلس بازنداشته، بعيد است كه گفته هاي آيت الله مومن عضو شوراي نگهبان و خطبه هاي آيت الله امامي كاساني در نماز جمعه امروز تهران، تحصن كنندگان را از ادامه اعتراض ها باز دارد. جميله كديور نماينده تهران امروز گفت: تحصن ادامه خواهد داشت. ما خواستار تضمين درباره انتخابات آزاد و شركت كليه ردصلاحيت شدگان در آن هستيم. محمدرضا خاتمي، برادر رييس جمهوري درباره ميانجيگري هاي محمد خاتمي براي رفع بحران موجود به رويتر گفته است ما به آقاي رييس جمهوري گفتيم شما به وظيفه خودتان عمل كنيد ما هم كار خودمان را انجام مي دهيم. نمايندگان اصلاحگراي ردصلاحيت شده مجلس شوراي اسلامي امروز بارديگر تعهد كردند كه به تحصن ادامه دهند. اين نمايندگان شش روز است كه در اعتراض به رد صلاحيت بيش از 3 هزار داوطلب نامزدي انتخابات مجلس تحصن كرده اند. دكتر الهه كولايي، عضو كميسيون امنيت ملي و سياست خارجي مجلس پيش از بروز بن بست تازه در حكومت آشكارا تاكيد كرده بود كه مجلس ششم با چنگ و دندان از خود دفاع خواهد كرد. امروز آيت الله محمد امامي كاشاني امام جمعه موقت تهران كوشيد تلويحا به نمايندگان اصلاح گراي مجلس ششم كه صلاحيتشان براي ورود به مجلس هفتم رد شده است، اطمينان خاطر بدهد كه صلاحيت آنها بزودي تاييد خواهد شد. جميله كديور نماينده تهران امروز گفت: تحصن ادامه خواهد داشت. ما خواستار تضمين درباره انتخابات آزاد و شركت كليه ردصلاحيت شدگان در آن هستيم.
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