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سعيد مرتضوي، دادستان عمومي و انقلاب تهران، مدير نمونه ايران در سال 82 شناخته شد


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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiMonday, April 12, 2004 <b>Judiciary Chief Names Tehran Prosecutor “Manager of the Year”</b> • Judiciary chief Ayatollah Mahmoud Hashemi-Shahroudi gave a plaque and several gold coin to Tehran prosecutor Said Mortazavi after naming the manager of the year. Mortazavi, best known for prosecution of journalists and closing more than 100 reformist newspapers, was given the honor for his “efforts to elevate the goals of the Islamic Republic.” In his previous job as the head of Tehran&apos;s so-called press court, Mortazavi was in charge of a crackdown on reformist press, during which more than 100 newspapers and magazines were shut down and many journalists were sent to jail. Recently, Majles reformists, particularly Tehran MP Mohsen Armin, blamed him in the death in custody of Canadian-Iranian photojournalist Zahra Kazemi, who died of head injuries she suffered during interrogation at the Evin prison. <b>Shuffle in the Cabinet&apos;s Economic Team</b> • Finance and economic affairs minister Tahmasb Mazaheri will not resign, but will be removed from office, to be replaced by labor and social affairs minister Safdar Hosseini, according to Tehran economic daily <i>Donya-ye Eqtesad</i>. Head of the management and planning organization Mohammad Sattarifar will be replaced by his deputy Hamid-Reza Baradaran-Shoraka, it added. The economists of the conservative coalition Abadgaran, which won the majority of the Majles seat in the February 20 elections, will soon take over the Majles economic and finance commissions. In their recent remarks, they have criticized Khatami government&apos;s economic policies. The changes, which are being discussed in Tehran newspapers, may not materialize in the short time left of Khatami&apos;s term in office, but the cabinet shuffle rumors indicate the unworkable coexistence of the reformist cabinet with the upcoming conservative-dominated Majles, <b>Radio Farda</b>&apos;s Paris-based economic commentator <b>Fereydoun Khavand</b> says. <b>Islamic Republic and Iraq Crisis</b> • The Islamic Republic tries to create civil war conditions in Iraq, German daily <i>Frankfurter Allgemeine</i> reports. Iraqi insurgents use the game plan of Lebanese and Afghani terrorists. They are abduct foreigners in order to receive airtime to express their views, writes Swiss daily <i>Tagblatt</i>. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) <b>Boston Fund Supports 600 Orphaned Earthquake Victims</b> • The Boston fund to help the orphaned survivors of Iran&apos;s earthquakes has provided support for 600 of the 4000 orphaned victims of the December 2003 Bam earthquake. The fund, which was established 15 years ago in Boston, began by helping victims of the 1990 Manjil and Roudbar earthquakes. The Boston fund will deposit money in trust fund accounts in the Bam branch of the Meli bank in the name of each of the 600 children, Tehran-based spokesman of the Boston fund <b>Dr. Jamal Farivar</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. (Kianucsh Faried) <b>Iran Rejects US Criticism on Human Rights</b> • “The US is not in a position to express views about human rights, given that crimes are being committed in Palestine and Iraq and are causing multitudes of people to become homeless and displaced,” foreign ministry spokesman Hamid Reza Asefi said on Saturday. On Friday, the US State Department issued a 16-page color brochure titled “Iran: Voices Struggling to be Heard” that details abuses against the press, reformist politicians and minority religions. <b>Lawyer Campaigns To Prevent Iraq From Deporting MKO Members to Iran</b> • Sweden-based lawyer <b>Kenneth Lewis</b>, who interviewed some of the 4000 members of Iraq-based anti-regime opposition group the Mojahedin Khalq Organization (MKO) on behalf of the advocacy group Lawyers without Borders, tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that some of those he interviewed have European, Canadian, Australian and US passports, and holding them in their camp in Iraq may be a violation of the Geneva accord. He adds that in a letter to the Iraqi interim governing council, he warned against deporting the MKO members to Iran, where they may face torture and execution. Those with Swedish passports, even those with expired Swedish work permits, will be allowed to return to Sweden, but all of the MKO members he interviewed in the Ashraf camp in Iraq near the border with Iran said they prefer to stay in Iraq, he says. (Elahe Ravanshad, Stockholm) <b>Prices Jump 20 Percent After Gasoline Price Hikes</b> • Prices of everything jumped 20 percent 10 days after the government raised gasoline price by 23 percent. The prices hikes of supermarket goods and restaurant dishes were not sanctioned by the government, but did not meet any opposition from the authorities. Meat and poultry prices had already increased by 15 percent before the New Year, even though the association of meat and poultry producers and distributors had said prices would not increase in the fiscal year that began on March 20, 2004. (Arash Qavidel, Tehran) <b>Closed, Uncompetitive Job Market Leaves Out Many University Graduates</b> • Many university graduates find it difficult to find jobs in Iran, because the job market is closed to newcomers, due to lack of mobility for those already holding positions, says Britain&apos;s Industrial University economy professor <b>Javad Salehi</b>. Furthermore, in most third-world countries like Iran the number of years spent in school does not necessarily give the graduates useful skills, he adds. (Shahran Tabari, London) • Joblessness is the biggest problem faced by the Islamic regime, and it would not be solved without major changes in Iran&apos;s foreign policy, which so far has been based on three principles: ideological dogmatism, anti-Americanism and supporting the Palestinian cause, dissident politician <b>Mohsen Sazegara</b>, in London for medical treatment, tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. He was one of the speakers of last week&apos;s Oxford University conference on the future of Iran. (Shahran Tabari, London) <b>Police to Fine Private Cars Without Taxi Licence</b> • Private cars moonlighting as taxis would have to obtain license from the taxi authority, otherwise they will face fines as of next month, according to the supreme traffic council. However, many owners of private cars who work for limousine agencies or pick up passengers in the streets cannot meet the conditions for receiving taxi licenses. The authorities are trying to reduce air pollution by pulling old cars from circulation, Tehran-based journalist <b>Maryam Mohammadi</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. (Farin Asemi) <b>Unprotected Sex Was Declared Cause of Spreading AIDS</b> • For the first time in recent history, health ministry officials conceded that unprotected sexual relations are a major cause of spreading AIDS in Iran. So far, they linked spread of AIDS only to the sharing of hypodermic needles among drug addicts. The health ministry announced that known AIDS cases have reached to 6,000. More than 830 have died of AIDS. However, experts say there is no accurate statistics on AIDS patients, and the number of HIV-inflicted patients and AIDS victims are much higher than the official figures. (Leyli Arman) . مهدي خلجي (راديو فردا): سعيد مرتضوي، دادستان عمومي و انقلاب تهران، مدير نمونه ايران در سال 82 شناخته شده است. آيت الله محمود هاشمي شاهرودي، رئيس قوه قضاييه، با برگزيدن وي به اين عنوان، كوششهاي او را در مسير تحقق اهداف نظام اسلامي دانسته است. سعيد مرتضوي خود در گفتگويي با خبرگزاري ايسنا، افزايش امور رسيدگي به پرونده هاي وارده در سال 82 را يكي از دلايل اين موفقيت شمرده است. آقاي مرتضوي يادآوري كرده است كه دادسراي عمومي و انقلاب تهران از ارديبهشت سال 82 آغاز به كار كرد و به گفته وي تا دي ماه گذشته 524 هزار و 191 پرونده را رسيدگي كرده، و درباره آن تصميم نهايي گرفته است، كه اين تعداد 90 درصد همه پرونده ها را تشكيل مي دهد. اما سعيد مرتضوي آنگونه كه در خبرگزاري فرانسه آمده است، به دلايل ديگري در ايران آوازه دارد. وي پيشتر قاضي دادگاه شعبه 1410 بود، دادگاه مطبوعات، و عامل اصلي توقيف بيش از 100 نشريه در ايران. اين نشريه ها كه به گونه اي يا وابسته به اصلاح طلبان بودند يا مستقل از گروههاي سياسي داخل حكومت، بيشتر بدون گذراندن مراحل رسيدگي حقوقي، و به اتهام نشر اكاذيب، تشويش اذهان عمومي ، اخلال در امنيت ملي، و توهين به مقدسات توقيف شده اند. روزنامه نگاران بسياري از جمله ماشاءلله شمس الواعظين، سخنگوي انجمن دفاع از مطبوعات در ايران، سالها است كه از سعيد مرتضوي رسما شكايت كرده اند، اما قوه قضاييه تا كنون به شكايتهاي روزنامه نگاران و فعالان سياسي اعتنايي نكرده است. همچنين سعيد مرتضوي به خاطر بازداشت شمار چشمگيري از فعالان دانشجويي و نيز چهره هاي سرشناس اصلاح طلب در ايران، در محافل دانشجويي و سياسي نامي آشنا است. خبرگزاري فرانسه در خبر امروز خود افزوده است كه سعيد مرتضوي به داشتن انگيزه سياسي در توقيف مطبوعات متهم است و همچنين به دست داشتن در قتل زهرا كاظمي، خبرنگار عكاس ايراني - كانادايي. خانم كاظمي زماني كه در زندان اوين در حبس به سر مي برد، با ضرباتي كه به سر وي وارد شد، درگذشت. نمايندگان اصلاح طلب مجلس شوراي اسلامي مي گويند: سعيد مرتضوي در اين قتل نقش داشته است. صداي محسن آرمين (نايب رئيس مستعفي مجلس شوراي اسلامي در صحن علني مجلس): در اين ميان نام يك تن بيش از ديگران به چشم مي خورد. قاضي مرتضوي. قاضي مرتضوي پس از درگذشت وي خارج از حيطه مسئوليت و بدون اطلاع به وزير فرهنگ و ارشاد اسلامي، مدير كل رسانه هاي خارجي اين وزارت را احضار مي كند و از وي مي خواهد طي مصاحبه‌اي علت فوت وي را سكته مغزي اعلام كند. وي پس از مصاحبه مدير كل مذكور چند بار با خبرگزاري تماس مي گيرد تا خبر مصاحبه را سريعا مخابره كند. تمامي اطلاعاتي كه مي‌دهم مستند و دقيق است. م . خ : سعيد مرتضوي كه اكنون حدود 40 سال دارد، در سطح بين المللي نيز شناخته شده است. انجمنهاي دفاع از حقوق بشر و آزادي بيان و نيز كانونهاي نويسندگان و انجمنهاي قلم در بيشتر كشورهاي اروپايي و نيز آمريكاي شمالي با نام او به منزله تهديدگر اصلي آزادي بيان در ايران آشنا هستند. سعيد مرتضوي متولد شهر يزد است و به تازگي فوق ليسانس حقوق خود را از دانشگاه آزاد اسلامي گرفته است. سعيد مرتضوي در زمان رياست محمد يزدي در قوه قضاييه وارد اين دستگاه شد و پس از مدتي توانست مسئوليت دادگاه مطبوعات را برعهده گيرد. پس از ورود آيت الله هاشمي شاهرودي به قوه قضاييه، وي در مسئوليت خود باقي ماند و در سال گذشته به عنوان نخستين دادستان عمومي و انقلاب تهران پس از تعطيلي دادسراها منصوب شد. آيت الله شاهرودي، رياست مديريت قضايي پيش از خود را ويرانه خوانده بود و با احياي دادسراها كوشيد تا بخشي از زيانها را جبران كند. آقاي مرتضوي پاداش يك سال رياست بر نهاد نوپاي دادسرا را مي گيرد. البته اين احتمال وجود دارد كه روزنامه نگاران، نويسندگان، فعالان سياسي اصلاحگرا، هواداران دموكراسي و فعالان حقوق بشر در ايران برگزيده شدن وي را به عنوان مدير نمونه، نشان دهنده اراده قوه قضاييه بر تداوم سياستهاي محدودگرانه خود عليه مطبوعات و آزادي بيان تفسير كنند. سعيد مرتضوي، دادستان عمومي و انقلاب تهران، مدير نمونه ايران در سال 82 شناخته شد. آيت الله محمود هاشمي شاهرودي، رئيس قوه قضاييه، با برگزيدن وي به اين عنوان، كوششهاي او را در مسير تحقق اهداف نظام اسلامي دانسته است. سعيد مرتضوي افزايش امور رسيدگي به پرونده هاي وارده در سال 82 را يكي از دلايل اين موفقيت برشمرد. آقاي مرتضوي يادآوري كرد كه دادسراي عمومي و انقلاب تهران از ارديبهشت سال 82 آغاز به كار كرد و به گفته وي تا دي ماه گذشته به 524 هزار و 191 پرونده را رسيدگي كرد. اما سعيد مرتضوي آنگونه به دلايل ديگري در ايران آوازه دارد: وي پيشتر قاضي دادگاه شعبه 1410 بود، دادگاه مطبوعات، و عامل اصلي توقيف بيش از 100 نشريه در ايران. سعيد مرتضوي به داشتن انگيزه سياسي در توقيف مطبوعات متهم است و همچنين به دست داشتن در قتل زهرا كاظمي، خبرنگار عكاس ايراني - كانادايي. خانم كاظمي زماني كه در زندان اوين در حبس به سر مي برد، با ضرباتي كه به سر وي وارد شد، درگذشت.
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