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شنبه ۱۳ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۰۴:۲۵ - ۳ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

انتقاد يك قاضي ديوان عالي كشور از حكم اعدام هاشم آغاجري


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Summary of Iran Stories of Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiMonday, January 20, 2003 <b>Guardians Council Rejects Majles Bill on Newspaper Distribution</b> * The conservative Guardians Council rejected a Majles legislation that would have annulled a court order that limited the geographical distribution of the Tehran municipal government&apos;s daily newspaper Hamshahri to the capital. The Guardians cited a 1998 letter from the Supreme Leader asking the Majles not to reform any aspect of the press law. In the past, the reformist MPs had criticized the Guardians Council for rejecting Majles legislations based on the decrees of the Supreme Leader. (Mehdi Khalaji) <b>Le Monde on Iran&apos;s GNP</b> * In today&apos;s world economy supplement, French daily Le Monde estimated Iran&apos;s GNP at $113 billion, and its per capita income at $1,750, a tenth of Kuwait&apos;s and Israel&apos;s and half Lebanon&apos;s. (Fereydoun Khavand, Paris) <b> Payam Cartel&apos;s Losses Hurt Thousands of Small Stockholders</b> * Mounting losses at the Payam Industries, one of Iran&apos;s wealthiest cartels, has brought it to the brink of bankruptcy, wiping out investments of thousands of individual stockholders. Payam&apos;s stock dropped in the Tehran stock exchange nearly 65 percent, trading at 1500 rials today, down from 5000 rials four years ago. Tehran stock market expert Alireza Ahmadi tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that Payam, the importer of Ahmad Tea and other tea and coffee brands, was nationalized after the revolution. But in 1992 the concern was sold by the government at a low price and on long-term credit to a group of former commanders of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards. The buyers included the chief of staff of the former IRGC commander Mohsen Rezai. During the past ten years, Ahmadi adds, Payam turned into a major holding company by acquiring NEC color television plant, a motorbike manufacturer, an ad agency and a producer of chemicals, among other companies. He says he does not know how the company could be losing money considering its profitable holdings. (Jamshid Zand) <b>Computer Vote Counting in Local Councils Elections</b> * Interior ministry&apos;s official in charge of the local councils elections Mohammad-Ali Moshfeq said the ministry plans to use computers for vote counting during the upcoming local council elections. Some of the members of the nationalist opposition party Freedom Movement of Iran have registered to become candidates in the local council elections, even though the judiciary had ruled MFI an outlaw political organization. Moshfeq said he has not received any official letter barring MFI members from taking part in the elections. The number of people who applied to stand for election to the more than 170,000 local council seats was reportedly half of the last election four years ago. The pro-reform party Jebheh-ye Mosharekat-e Iran-e Eslami (the Islamic Iran Participation Front) said it has not finalized the list of its candidates. Former interior ministry deputy in charge of elections Mostafa Tajzadeh, former publisher of several banned reformist newspapers Hamid-Reza Jalaipour and Zohreh Aghari, wife of death-row professor Hashem Aghajari, are among the top candidates of the Mosharekat party for the Tehran city council. (Mina Baharmast) <b>Tehran Measures High for Carcinogenic Electromagnetic Waves</b> * Scores of centers producing carcinogenic electromagnetic waves were identified in a recent study of Tehran. The city&apos;s three main airports and 85 military installations were identified as the centers for producing such waves. (Golnaz Esfandiari) <b>One of Three High Court Judges Rejects Aghajari&apos;s Death Sentence</b> * Mohammad Sajjadi, a member of the three-judge supreme court panel that is charged with reviewing a Hamedan court&apos;s death sentence against professor Hashem Aghari, said today that after carefully reviewing the prosecutor&apos;s case and Aghajari&apos;s defense, he has concluded that the Hamedan court&apos;s ruling does not meet judicial standards and the Islamic law. Aghajari&apos;s death sentence could be knocked down if one more of the three supreme court judges rules against it. Aghajari, a board member of the leftist Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution Organization (MIRO), was jailed last June after a speech in Hamedan on Islamic Protestantism, during which he criticized the clerical rule and the Shiite practice of religious emulation. (Mehdi Khalaji) <b>International Karate Federation Bans Islamic Dress for Competing Women</b> * Norma Foster, head of the international federation of karate, in Tehran on a visit, told Iranian athletes that the federation&apos;s rules ban women in Islamic dress from its competitions. However, she added, the matter will be discussed in the next board meeting and if approved, Iranian women would be able to compete internationally wearing the Islamic cover in the year 2005. (Ali Sajjadi) <b>Press Court Extends the Ban on Reformist Newspaper <i>Nowruz</i></b> * Judge Sa&apos;id Mortazavi of the Tehran judiciary&apos;s bench 1410, the press court, extended the expired six-month ban on the reformist newspaper <i>Nowruz</i> indefinitely. Nowruz, owned by ranking Moshareket board member, MP Mohsen Mirdamadi, head of the Majles national security and foreign relations committee, had planned to resume operations to replace the recently banned two reformist newspapers <i>Bahar</i> and <i>Hayate-e Now</i>. (Ardavan Niknam) <b>Mosharekat Accuses Conservatives of Plotting Against Democratic Institutions</b> * President Khatami&apos;s brother Mohammad-Reza, deputy speaker of the Majles and secretary-general of the pro-reform party Jebheh-ye Mosharekat-e Iran-e Eslami (the Participation Front), said in a newspaper interview today that the conservatives use levers at their control to roll back democratic institutions. (Amir Armin, Leyli Sadr) . محمد سجادي، مستشار شعبه 27 ديوانعالي كشور، يكي از سه قاضي مسئول رسيدگي به پرونده هاشم آغاجري، مدرس تاريخ دانشگاه تربيت معلم تهران، گفت: حكم صادر شده براي هاشم آغاجري به دليل مخالفت با موازين شرع، بايد نقض شود. وي گفت معتقد است موارد اتهامي كه به آغاجري نسبت داده شده، وارد نيست. ديوانعالي كشور كه مسئول رسيدگي به حكم اعدام آغاجري است، در صورتي اين حكم را نقض خواهد كرد كه دو قاضي از سه قاضي مسئول پرونده به نقض آن راي بدهند. هاشم آغاجري، عضو شوراي مركزي سازمان مجاهدين انقلاب اسلامي در پي يك سخنراني در باره پروتستانتيسم اسلامي در همدان به اعدام محكوم شد. وي در اين سخنراني از حكومت روحانيون شيعه و همچنين از اصل تقليد از مراجع در مذهب شيعه انتقاد كرده بود.
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