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چهارشنبه ۱۷ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۱۹:۴۸ - ۷ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

به علت همکاري ناکافي جمهوري اسلامي گزارش سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي در موعد مقرر آماده نخواهد شد: يك ديپلمات غربي


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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiTuesday, May 18, 2004 <b>IAEA Unable to Complete Iran Report by June Deadline</b> • The UN International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will not be able to complete an investigation into Iran&apos;s alleged secret nuclear weapons program by the mid-June deadline, because of delays by Tehran in allowing UN inspections and disclosing its nuclear activities, diplomats said today in Vienna. “This is ironic since the Iranians are the ones who want the file on them to be closed,” an unnamed diplomat told Agenece France Press. During a visit by IAEA chief Mohamed ElBaradei to Tehran in April, foreign minister Kamal Kharazi had said Tehran expected the IAEA investigation to be completed in June ahead of a meeting of the IAEA board of governor. However, an official close to the IAEA said on Tuesday that due to Iran&apos;s initial delays, key results would not now be available for the board of governors meeting in Vienna June 14. “It takes a long time to get analysis of environmental sample, so there is no way to get results in June in order to wrap this thing up,” a Western diplomat said. “The Iranians have “succeeded in slowing down the (investigation) machine,” a second Western diplomat said. <b>Khatami Finds Inflation an Outcome of Growth</b> • In a speech yesterday to the executives of the management and plan organization, President Khatami explained away the country&apos;s high inflation rate, by linking the inflation to the country&apos;s 7.4 percent annual growth rate, which he said could not be achieved without injecting capital and risking a degree of inflation. Khatami is apparently a believer in the post-WWII economic theory that considered the inflation to be an inevitable outcome of growth, <b>Radio Farda</b>&apos;s Paris-based economic commentator <b>Fereydoun Khavand</b> says. In today&apos;s world, he adds, economists consider inflation as the main enemy of growth. The US economy has achieved its impressive high growth rate without inflation, and Malaysia, despite its legendary growth rate, managed to keep inflation below 2 percent in the 1993-2002 period. The high inflation in Iran is a result of the high level of money supply, which is due to the ballooning of the government, he says. <b>US Presses for Democracy and Human Rights in Iran</b> • “The Islamic Republic of Iran is a theocratic, constitutional republic dominated by Shiite religious leaders,” the US State Department said on Monday in a report highlighting America&apos;s worldwide efforts over the past year to promote democracy and human rights. The report, titled <i>Supporting Human Rights and Democracy: The U.S. Record 2003-2004</i> summarizes actions in 101 countries intended to advance press and religious freedom and to end trafficking in persons as well as torture. The US human rights and democracy strategy for Iran centers on urging friends and allies to condition improvements in their bilateral and trade relations with Iran on positive changes in Iran&apos;s human rights policies and other areas of concern, supporting the continuing efforts of the Iranian people to institute greater freedoms and increase political participation in Iran, pushing for resolutions criticizing Iran&apos;s human rights policies at the UN and other international forums, and publicly highlighting the Iranian Government&apos;s abuse of its citizens&apos; human rights, US State Department said in the Iran section of the report, after a brief description of Iran&apos;s political system and the Iranian government&apos;s rights abuses. <b>Conservatives Warn of Upcoming Student Unrest</b> • Security officials close to the regime&apos;s conservative faction warned against possible student unrest in the months of June and July, particularly on the anniversary of the July 9, 1998, police attack on Tehran University&apos;s student dorms. The conservative daily <i>Resalat</i> called on plainclothes security forces to be vigilant. The student Basij corps, a “volunteer” unit of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, warned the universities and the higher education ministry that it will act against any “irresponsible and deviant” action by the students in the coming months. But student affairs deputy higher education minister Gholamreza Zarifian told the reformist website <i>Rooydad</i> that universities cannot be silenced with threats. He said the students should be approached with logic and dialogue, not threats. Today the universities are calm, and nobody should create tension by making provocative remarks. On the other hand, according to the conservative website <i>Daricheh</i>, the higher education ministry said in a circular that exams will continue to July 16. <i>Daricheh</i> accused the ministry of providing the grounds for student unrest by extending the exams beyond July 9. Most universities, including Tehran, Sharif, Amir-Kabir and many others, will try to end their exams before July 9, in order to send the student home before the anniversary of the dorm attack, former member of the Amir-Kabir university&apos;s Islamic student council <b>Masoud Dehghan</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. An atmosphere of frustration and despair prevails in all universities, he adds. Students try to avoid political activities. The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps&apos; Basij unit is acting as a security force within the universities, he adds. (Mahmonir Rahimi) <b>ISPs Volunteer Filtering Websites</b> • After the government padlocked nearly 20 Tehran Internet Service Providers (ISPs) over filtering of banned news and information sites, such as Radio Farda&apos;s, a number of ISPs, fearing loss of their businesses, have begun filtering many websites, even beyond the list of banned sites provided by the government, ISP owner </b>Nima Akbarpour</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. At least one closed ISP managed to sign a deal with Iran Telecom to provide Internet phone service. Although the padlocking of ISPs was portrayed as punishment for ignoring the filtering rules, observers said the real reason was that the ISPs were gaining market share against Iran Telecom in long-distance phone business, he adds. (Keyvan Hosseini) <b>Laws Protect Fathers in Child Abuse Cases</b> • Our biggest obstacle in prosecuting fathers for perpetrating child abuse and neglect is the civil code, which considers child a property of the father,<b>Dr. Shiva Dowlatabadi</b, head of society for defense of children&apos;s rights, a non-governmental organization, tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. (Farin Asemi) <b>Majles Releases Committee Report on Car Industry</b> • Head of the Majles industries&apos; committee criticized the report of the special investigation committee on the country&apos;s auto industry as the personal opinion of the investigative committee&apos;s chairman Ebrahim Baisalami. Tehran-based journalist <b>Ali Zandi</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the poor quality and high prices of domestic cars prompted criticism from consumers and industry observers, including the producers&apos; society (Anjoman Towlidgaran), a think tank headed by Tehran MP Ebrahim Baisalami, who maintained that the state-owned automakers relied on their monopoly to rip off the consumer. Their criticism prompted the Majles to form a special commission under Baislami to investigate the car industry. The commission&apos;s report, unveiled yesterday in the open session of the Majles, took three years, and cannot be the opinion of one person, he adds. Some of the profits generated by the automakers go to the government, but many private and semi-private companies reaped huge profits by winning supply contracts through special relations with the state-owned auto companies. (Fereydoun Zarnegar) <b>Shah&apos;s Policy in the Persian Gulf</b> • The Shah followed a foreign policy which he thought was best for his country, and it would be unfair to call the Shah a puppet of the US and Britain, Amir Feisal Salman al-Saud, author of a new book on the Shah&apos;s Persian Gulf policy in the three years between 1968 and 1971, tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. (Shahran Tabari, London) <b>Iran-US Talks: Two Views</b> • In his speech at the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington, former political officer of the US embassy in Tehran William Miller, who had just returned from his third trip to Iran since the revolution, said common interests should bring the US and Iranian officials together for negotiations over Iraq, Afghanistan and other issues. Mr. Miller talked about the Iranian people&apos;s support for the US, but did not mention that the majority of the people want the status quo changed, and do not want to see relations with the US become a lever to keep the Islamic regime in power, former diplomat <b>Mehrdad Khansari</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. (Parichehr Farzam, Washington) . تارا عاطفي (راديوفردا): محمد البرادعي، رئيس آژانس بين المللي انرژي اتمي مي گويد که همکاري جمهوري اسلامي با سازمان ناکافي بوده و با توجه به تاخيرهايي که در برنامه بازرسي ها از تاسيسات هسته اي ايران روي داده است، گزارش سازمان براي تسليم به هيات مديره در 14 ماه ژوئن آماده نخواهد شد. امير آرمين (راديوفردا): سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي نمي تواند تا نيمه ماه ژوئن تحقيق درباره اين ادعا را تکميل سازد که گفته مي شود جمهوري اسلامي ايران در صدد توليد جنگ افزارهاي هسته اي است. علت اين امر، اقدام تهران در به تاخير انداختن بازرسي کارشناسان بين المللي سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي در بازرسي از تاسيسات هسته اي ايران و افشاي فعاليت هاي هسته اي آن کشور است. يک ديپلمات نزديک به سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي مي گويد که اين جريان مضحکي است، زيرا ايران خود مي خواهد که پرونده اش بسته شود، اما در زمينه بسته شدن آن اقدامي نمي کند. محمد البرادعي در جريان آخرين ديدار خود از تهران در ماه آوريل، در ديدار با کمال خرازي، وزير امور خارجه جمهوري اسلامي گفته بود: انتظار دارد که امر بازرسي کارشناسان سازمان او در ماه ژوئن و پيش از آغاز نشست اعضاي هيات مديره در وين پايان گيرد. اما تاخيرهاي پيشين در بازرسي ها از سوي ايران، برنامه را بر هم زده و به همين سبب، گزارش، آن هم گزارش کليدي سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي، تا 14 ماه ژوئن آماده نخواهد شد. يک ديپلمات غربي ديگر مي گويد: براي تجزيه و تحليل نمونه برداري هاي محيطي که در آنها مواردي از اورانيم غني شده و آن هم بسيار غني شده پيدا شده است، وقتي زيادي لازم است و تا نيمه ماه ژوئن، اين کار عملي نخواهد بود. يک ديپلمات ديگر مي گويد که ايراني ها در کند کردن روند بازرسي و تحقيق، موفق شده اند و بازرسي ها با تاخير و کندي بسيار انجام مي شود. محمد البرادعي مي گويد که اميدوار است تا پايان سال جاري ميلادي، تحقيق در برنامه هسته اي ايران انجام و تکميل شود، اما در گفتگوي روز سه شنبه، به شبکه تلويزيوني سي ان ان گفت: همکاري ايراني ها تا اين لحظه ناکافي بوده است. محمد البرادعي در پاسخ به اين پرسش که آيا ايران برنامه تسليحات هسته اي دارد و يا برنامه آن جنبه صرف مسالمت آميز دارد، گفت که هيات منصفه هنوز حکم خود را صادر نکرده است. يک ديپلمات غربي مي گويد که در يک نکته اطمينان کامل دارد، و آن اينکه جمهوري اسلامي مطمئن است که در آرام کردن اوضاع عراق، آمريکا به کمک آن کشور نياز مبرم دارد. ايران در آرام کردن بحران کشور جنگ زده عراق مي تواند نقش قاطعي داشته باشد. واشنگتن که ايران را شديدا با پنهانکاري و برنامه تسليحات هسته اي متهم مي کرد، در حال حاضر از فشار بر سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي در ارسال پرونده اتمي ايران به شوراي امنيت سازمان ملل متحد کاسته است، چون در عراق شديدا درگير است، و به احتمال زياد در نشست ماه ژوئن نيز چندان فشاري را براي ارسال پرونده اتمي ايران به شوراي امنيت و در پي آن مجازات جمهوري اسلامي اعمال نخواهد کرد. يک ديپلمات غربي به خبرگزاري فرانسه مي گويد: ممکن است که در سال انتخابات رياست جمهوري آمريکا، جامعه بين المللي شفاف نبودن برنامه هاي هسته اي ايران را مدارا کند، اما اين شفاف نبودن، نمي تواند سال هاي سال ادامه يابد، و جامعه بين المللي آن را تحمل کند. بنا به گفته يك ديپلمات غربي، همکاري جمهوري اسلامي با سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي ناکافي بود و با توجه به تاخيرهايي که در برنامه بازرسي ها از تاسيسات هسته اي حکومت ايران روي داده است، گزارش سازمان براي تسليم به هيات مديره در 14 ماه ژوئن آماده نخواهد شد. يک ديپلمات نزديک به سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي گفت که اين يک جريان مضحک است، زيرا جمهوري اسلامي خود مي خواهد که پرونده اش بسته شود، اما در زمينه بسته شدن آن اقدامي نمي کند. واشنگتن که حکومت ايران را شديدا با پنهانکاري و برنامه تسليحات هسته اي متهم مي کرد، در حال حاضر از فشار بر سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي در ارسال پرونده اتمي جمهوري اسلامي به شوراي امنيت سازمان ملل متحد کاسته است، چون در عراق شديدا درگير است، و به احتمال زياد در نشست ماه ژوئن نيز چندان فشاري را براي ارسال پرونده اتمي تهران به شوراي امنيت و در پي آن مجازات جمهوري اسلامي اعمال نخواهد کرد.
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