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پنجشنبه ۶ آبان ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۱۹:۰۱ - ۲۷ اکتبر ۲۰۱۶

آغاز سختگيري دوباره در مورد پوشش و رفتار جوانان در ايران، از ديد يکي از اهالي تهران

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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiSunday, February 29, 2004 <b>Judiciary Chief Resumes Enforcement of Islamic Dress Codes</b> • Officers began a new wave of arrests and fines, as judiciary chief Ayatollah Mahmoud Hashemi Shahroudi inaugurated an annual week devoted to heightened enforcement of adherence to strict Islamic codes of dress and behavior, which bans co-ed parties, loose headscarves, short or tight overcoats and makeup for women. Tehran&apos;s municipal district 10&apos;s mayor said special dress and behavior enforcers will be placed in the public parks. The police and the voluntary Basij unit of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corp stepped up their enforcement activities too. Every year, during the official 10-day mourning ceremonies, new rules begin to be enforced, and this year is not an exception, <b>Mercedes</b>, a young Tehrani woman, tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. The presence of the IRGC and Basij officers in the public parks is nothing new either, she adds. The people follow the rules more seriously during the mourning week. (Farin Asemi) <b>UN Human Rights Envoy Ends Mission in Iran</b> • The missions of UN human rights commission&apos;s specialized reporters ended, the UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights of Migrants Gabriela Rodriguez Pizarro said on Saturday evening in a press conference before leaving Iran. She said on her return to Geneva she will issue a report about the condition of the refugees living in Iran and her meetings with officials, women&apos;s organizations and Afghan refugee camps. (Mahmonir Rahimi) <b>US Denies IRIB Report on Bin Laden&apos;s Arrest</b> • The US Defense Department denied reports aired on Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB)&apos;s Pashto program, which claimed that the US has already taken in custody terror leader Osama Bin Laden, but plans to withhold the announcement until just before the US Presidential Elections. (Fatemeh Aman) <b>DM Sees US Promotion of Democracy Threat to Islam</b> • The US program to promote US style democracy in the Middle East was a threat against Islam, Defense minister Ali Shamkhani said after a meeting in Beirut with Lebanese DM Mahmoud Hammoud. “All the threats which have been brought up and are being made in different forms against Islam, the Islamic countries and the Middle East region, are conducted under the cover of America&apos;s greater Middle East initiative," he added. (Amir Armin) <b>Judiciary Steps Up Prosecution of Reformist Press</b> • After closing the reformist daily <i>Yaas Now</i>, Tehran judiciary&apos;s press court announced that hearing will be held on March 10 on all the complaints the judiciary have received against it. <i>Touse&apos;e</i>, another pro-reform daily, will go on trial on March 3. Meanwhile, <i>Shargh</i>, a new pro-reform daily, which was closed on February 18 along with <i>Yaas-e Now</i>, was allowed to resume publication. The press court acquitted head of Islamic Republic News Agency IRNA Abdollah Naseri, after he answered to the complaints filed by the armed forces joint chief, IRGC and Tehran revolutionary courts. The trial of jailed editor of daily <i>Asia</i> Iraj Jamshidi continued behind closed doors before bench 26 of the Tehran revolutionary courts. In another hearing today, the Tehran judiciary arraigned managing editor of the pro-reform daily <i>Mardomsalali</i> Mostafa Kavakebian with nine violations. Kavakebian said all charges against him had to do with items reprinted from other newspapers or official news agencies about the Guardians Council&apos;s vetting role in the elections. Also, the press court arraigned managing editor of the weekly <i>Chelcheraq</i> Fereydoun Amouzadeh-Khalili. The judiciary closed Tehran University&apos;s students&apos; monthly <i>Vaqayeh-e Etefaqieh</i> for carrying a harshly worded letter to the Supreme Leader. Meanwhile, the elections&apos; top vote getter in Tehran and head of the Majles conservative faction Gholamali Haddad Adel said newspapers which violate the law will be closed. (Farin Asemi) <b>Debate on Wage Haggling By Workers&apos; Groups</b> • Since the largest employer is the government, there is no link between wages and productivity, Tehran University economy professor <b>Jamshid Pazhouyan</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. The lack of a link between wages and productivity has contributed to chronic low output, even in the private sector. But at a time when most of the labor force lives in poverty, haggling is the only way the for workers to receive better pay and benefits, head of the association of the Islamic labor councils <b>Hassan Sadeqi</b> says. Any pay increases received by workers had already been offset by the high inflation, and did nothing to increase their buying power, he adds. (Fereydoun Zarnegar) <b>Majles Approves 1,00 Trillion-Rial Budget</b> • The Majles approves the Khatami government&apos;s budget bill for the upcoming fiscal year. The bill increases government spending to 100 trillion rials, and authorizes higher foreign debt, freer foreign trade rules, tougher fight against goods smuggling, energy price hikes, and an increase in the prices of government-produced goods and services. (Siavash Ardalan) <b>Former Empress Publishes English Version of Her Memoirs</b></b> • “He was above all a patriot who wanted progress and modernity in our country. I tell my life as I lived it, former Empress Farah Pahlavi said of her last husband and her memoir “An Enduring Love: My Life with the Shah” in an interview with the <i>New York Times</i>. “The Islamic Republic put me on their death list. The people of Iran were promised a paradise by the fundamentalists, who opened the door to hell,” she added. <b>Democracy and Human Rights Roundtable: Majles Elections</b> • The Majles elections were flawed, and 130 MPs, President Khatami, the EU and the US all said that the elections were flawed, Tehran university law professor and former Majles MP <b>Qasem Shoaleh-Saadi</b> says. A big majority in our country has become immune to the official propaganda, as the low voter turnout, especially in major cities, showed, Tehran-based lawyer and human rights activist <b>Mohammad-Hossein Aghasi</b> says. <b>National Fronts Hold Conference in LA</b> • Members of the National Front (Jebheh-ye Melli</b>, founded by populist 1950&apos;s prime minister Mohammad Mossadeq, held a conference on Saturday in Los Angeles, named Abbas Amir-Entezam, in honor of the Islamic regime&apos;s longest-held political prisoner. In the two-day conference, 40 will give speeches, National Front member <b>Kambiz Qaem-Maqam</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. In a special session on Monday, members will make decisions about future actions, he adds. (Ali Sajjadi) <b>LA Conference Reviews History of Democratic Movement</b> • Speakers examined social, political, foreign and domestic obstacles to democracy in a conference attended by a variety of political groups in Los Angeles. Invited speakers included members of the National Front, monarchists and member of the Democratic Front, Democratic Front&apos;s US-based spokesman <b>Hasan Maslali</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. (Ali Sajjadi) . جمشيد چالنگي (راديو فردا): در حالي كه آيت الله شاهرودي، رئيس قوه قضاييه جمهوري اسلامي مي گويد: براي امر به معروف و نهي از منكر بايد يك سقف حكومتي در نظر گرفت، شهردار منطقه ده تهران خبر از استقرار صد نفر از آمران به معروف و ناهيان از منكر، اصطلاحاتي كه شهردار منطقه ده تهران به كار برده، در پاركهاي تهران يا دست كم بخشي از پاركهاي تهران داده است. فرين عاصمي (راديو فردا): چندي پيش رئيس قوه قضاييه جمهوري اسلامي در ديدار با اعضاي ستاد احياي امر به معروف گفت: امر به معروف و نهي از منكر يكي از فرايض اسلامي است كه در قانون اساسي بر آن تاكيد شده است و مبناي انقلاب اسلامي نيز احياي اين فريضه بوده است. به همين دليل در سطح كلان مديريتي جامعه، نيازمند تشكيلاتي براي گسترش اين فريضه الهي به طور تخصصي و ويژه هستيم. همزمان با ماه محرم و روزهاي عاشورا، شهردار منطقه ده تهران اعلام كرد در پاركهاي تهران ستاد امر به معروف و نهي از منكر برپا خواهد شد. پيش از اين در خيابانهاي تهران مراكزي بود كه به ستاد امر به معروف و نهي از منكر معروف بودند. به نظر مي رسد موج سختگيريهاي بيشتر نيروهاي انتظامي و بسيج درباره پوشش و رفتار جوانان در پاركها با اين كار آغاز شود. مرسده، يك شهروند تهراني است كه درباره حضور نيروهاي انتظامي و بسيجي در پاركهاي تهران مي گويد: مرسده : حضور نيروهاي انتظامي در پاركهاي تهران يا كلا ايران، يك امر تازه اي نيست، ولي خوب هرساله به علت ده روز اول ماه محرم كه به نام هفته امر به معروف و نهي از منكر نامگذاري شده، يك قوانين خاص يا ضوابط خاصي را براي خودشان در نظر مي گيرند كه امسال اين نيروها را مستقر در پاركها كردند. ف . ع : در خيابانها چطور؟ در پاركها هم ستاد امر به معروف گذاشتند؟ مرسده: حضور اينگونه افراد در خيابانهاي تهران تازگي ندارد. در همين نماز جمعه هفته پيش تهران هم يك تظاهرات امر به معروف و نهي از منكر برپا شد. ف . ع : الان با توجه به اين كه روزهاي عاشورا است، سختگيري در تهران بيشتر نشده؟ مرسده: معمولا در اين گونه مراسم، سختگيريها بيشتر است، ولي به طور محسوسي در جامعه بيشتر خود مردم سعي مي كنند كه رعايت كنند. و اينها هم هستند و به خاطر اينها بيشتر رعايت مي شود. چندي پيش آيت الله محمود هاشمي شاهرودي، رئيس قوه قضاييه جمهوري اسلامي، در ديدار با اعضاي ستاد احياي امر به معروف گفت که در سطح كلان مديريتي جامعه، نيازمند تشكيلاتي براي گسترش فريضه امر به معروف و نهي از منکر، به طور تخصصي و ويژه، هستيم. همزمان با ماه محرم و روزهاي عاشورا، شهردار منطقه ده تهران اعلام كرد در پاركهاي تهران ستاد امر به معروف و نهي از منكر برپا خواهد شد. به نظر مي رسد موج سختگيريهاي بيشتر نيروهاي انتظامي و بسيج درباره پوشش و رفتار جوانان با اين كار آغاز شود. مرسده، يكي از اهالي تهران، در مصاحبه با راديوفردا مي گويد که حضور نيروهاي انتظامي در پاركهاي ايران، امر تازه اي نيست، ولي هرساله به علت 10 روز اول ماه محرم كه به نام هفته امر به معروف و نهي از منكر نامگذاري شده، يك قوانين خاص يا ضوابط خاصي را براي خودشان در نظر مي گيرند.