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دوشنبه ۱۵ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۲۳:۰۳ - ۵ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

انتخابات شوراهاي اسلامي شهر و روستا از ديد سه كانديدا در تهران، شيراز و مشهد


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Summary of the Iran Stories of Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiThursday, February 27, 2003 <b>Conservatives Discourage Public Participation in Local Councils&apos; Elections</b> * Exploiting the public disillusionment about the power of the elected bodies, the conservative faction discourages public participation in Friday&apos;s elections for more than 270,000 seats in 905 town and 34,000 village Islamic councils. This year, the number of candidates fell to 210,000 from 333,000 in 1999, when the first post-revolutionary elections for local councils were held. As a result, there will no election in towns and villages where the number of candidates was below the number of seats. Unlike 1999, this year three separate lists divide the reformist vote. (Ardavan Niknam) * This year&apos;s local councils&apos; elections are a test for the reformists, who have become divided, and for the opposition groups outside the government, such as the nationalist party Freedom Movement of Iran (FMI), whose candidates are, for the first time in more than two decades, on the ballots, writes Agence France Press. (Ardavan Niknam) * Independent journalist Said Haqi, who is a candidate in the Tehran city council election, tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that officially conservatives are not participating in Tehran&apos;s local election. He adds that a three-way competition is brewing among the reformists: Hambastegi (Solidarity) party under former Tehran Council member Ebrahim Asgharzadeh, Moshareket (Islamic Iran Participation Front) party under President Khatami&apos;s brother Mohammad Reza, and the construction executives party (Kargozaran-e Sazandegi) under former Tehran mayor Golamhossein Karbaschi. * A candidate for the Shiraz city council, Said Rahimi-Moqadam, tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the competition among the pro-reform parties has added some suspense to this year&apos;s election. He adds that several organized groups are competing for the minority vote; these include the tribal leaders, the conservatives, under the disguise of the Aftab (sunshine) coalition, and a group supported by managers of the Shiraz municipal government and big contractors. However, he adds, a group of pro-Khatami young people are campaigning for the Mosharekat party candidates. * Mashhad-based journalist Mohammad-Sadeq Javadi-Hesar, who is a candidate in that city&apos;s local council election, tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the mushrooming of candidate lists issued by various political groups is a phenomenon of this election. He says conservatives have issued a list under the rubric of "Followers of the Imam&apos;s Line," pro-Khatami Moshareket party has another list and there is a list signed by a group called "professional city-builders." Various student groups and coalitions without political support have issued their own lists of favorite candidates. (Siavash Ardalan) <b>Reformists Defeat Conservatives in the Chambers of Commerce Elections</b> * Reformist candidates appear to be winning against their conservative rivals in the elections for board members of the chambers of commerce, industries and mines. Forty of the 60 seats in the Tehran chamber are elective. Early results indicate that reformists have won a majority of the 36 seats allotted to commerce and mines, but competition over 24 industries&apos; seats is still undecided. During the past four elections, hard-line conservatives of the Jami&apos;at Motalefeh Eslami party dominated the chambers by blocking the candidacy of reformers. (Nazi Azima) <b>Work Begins on the Fourth Five-Year Development Plan</b> * In an interview with the daily <i>Hayat-e Now-ye Eqtesadi</i>, head of the management and planning organization Mohammad Satari-far said work has begun on the fourth five-year development plan, which is due to kick off in 2004. <b>Radio Farda</b>&apos;s Paris-based economic commentator Fereydoun Khavand says the third plan was devised by technocrats who believed in the free enterprise economy, but many of them have been pushed out of their jobs since the appointment of Satari-far, a believer in state ownership, whose appointment last year was an indication of the persisting confusion in President Khatami&apos;s economic policy. (Fereydoun Khavand, Paris) <b>Culture Ministry Bans Kiarostami&apos;s "Ten" from the Digital Film Festival</b> * Two American movies, Solaris and Star Wars, cleared for screening in Tehran&apos;s first digital film festival, but the culture ministry banned the screening of Ten, by Abbas Kiarostami and Abadan, by Mani Haqiqi. (Shayan Jaberi, Tehran) <b>Intelligence Ministry to Press Charges against Shoaleh-Sa&apos;adi</b> * Wife of Ghasem Shoaleh-Sa&apos;adi, Fakhrosadat, tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that in his second telephone call from the Evin prison, her husband told her that he had been arrested by the intelligence ministry, which pressed charges against him in a branch of the Tehran judiciary. Shoaleh Sa&apos;adi, a former MP and political science professor at the Tehran University, was arrested two days ago at the Tehran airport, as he was returning home from a trip to Paris. His wife says his arrest was prompted by the open letter he published two months ago in Europe, in which he called for an end to the absolute power of the Supreme Leader. (Ali Sajjadi) <b>Security Forces Arrest Writer/Poet Mohammad Khalili</b> * The security forces arrested writer and poet Mohammad Khalili, a member of the Iranian Writers Association. Poet Naser Moazen tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that plainclothes agents rummaged through Khalili&apos;s house last Saturday, and took his books and manuscripts. He adds that since then, Khalili&apos;s family have only received one phone call from him, and he asked for some clothes. Moazen adds that Khalili was instrumental in gathering 114 signatures for the IWA&apos;s statement against censorship, which was titled "We Are Writers." He adds that Khalili&apos;s arrest may have been a result of his active role in the organizing of a ceremony three days ago to honor secular poet Siavash Kasrai. (Nazi Azima) . سياوش اردلان (راديوفردا): 220 هزار نفر يعني كمي بيشتر از نصف تعداد افرادي كه در دوره قبل انتخابات شوراهاي شهر و روستا نامزد شده بودند در اين دوره براي كسب كرسي هاي شوراها در 905 شهر و 34000 روستا به رقابت پرداختند. سعيد حقي از كانديداهاي شوراي شهر تهران در مصاحبه با راديو فردا مي گويد: با توجه به اينكه محافظه كاران بطور رسمي و علني حضور ندارند سه جهت گيري در جناح دوم خرداد مشخص شده است: جناح متمايل به طيف اصغرزاده، جناح متمايل به مشاركت و جناح كارگزاران. سعيد رحيمي مقدم، كانديداي شهر شيراز در گفتگو با راديو فردا مي گويد: انتخابات اين دوره يك مقدار معلق است چون نيروهاي سياسي يك مقدار مرددند. از اقليت هاي منسجم بايد از عشاير نام ببريم و جناح راست در قالب ائتلاف آفتاب و اقليتي كه از مجموعه مديران شهرداري و پيمانكاران مربوط تغذيه مي شود.گروه ديگري كه براي اصلاحات كار مي كند يك طيف از نيروهاي جوان مشاركت است. فكر مي كنم فضاي شيراز هم همان مشكلات سرخوردگي مردم را در باره اصلاحات داشته باشد. در مشهد حضور محافظه كاران رسمي است. محمد صادق جوادي حصار، نامزد شوراي شهر مشهد در مصاحبه با راديو فردا مي گويد: يكي از پديده هايي كه بايد به آن توجه كنيم ظهور ليست ها موازي و قارچ گونه است. گذشته از گروه هاي تاييد شده گروه هاي 18 گانه ائتلاف شوراي هماهنگي در انتخابات شركت كرده بودند. از جريان مخالف اصلاحات، جناح راست با عنوان پيروان خط امام و رهبري يك ليست داده است. حزب مشاركت هم ليست داده است. ائتلاف هايي هم بدون پشتوانه سياسي صورت گرفته و يك ليست هم با عنوان نيروهاي متخصص شهر ساز داده شده يك ليست هم اعضاي انجمن هاي اسلامي دانشگاه هاي فردوسي و علوم پزشكي سابق داده اند. 220 هزار نفر يعني كمي بيشتر از نصف تعداد افرادي كه در دوره قبل انتخابات شوراهاي شهر و روستا نامزد شده بودند در اين دوره براي كسب كرسي هاي شوراها در 905 شهر و 34 هزار روستا به رقابت پرداختند. سعيد حقي از كانديداهاي شوراي شهر تهران در مصاحبه با راديو فردا مي گويد: با توجه به اينكه محافظه كاران بطور رسمي و علني حضور ندارند سه جهت گيري در جناح دوم خرداد مشخص شده است: جناح متمايل به طيف اصغرزاده، جناح متمايل به مشاركت و جناح كارگزاران. سعيد رحيمي مقدم، كانديداي شهر شيراز مي گويد: انتخابات اين دوره يك مقدار معلق است چون نيروهاي سياسي يك مقدار مردد هستند. محمد صادق جوادي حصار، نامزد شوراي شهر مشهد مي گويد: در مشهد حضور محافظه كاران رسمي است. وي مي افزايد: يكي از پديده هايي كه بايد به آن توجه كنيم ظهور ليست ها موازي و قارچ گونه است. ائتلاف هايي هم بدون پشتوانه سياسي صورت گرفته است.
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