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شنبه ۲۰ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۲۳:۵۰ - ۱۰ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

قطعنامه قانونگذاران آمريكا براي برقراري دمكراسي در ايران


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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiWednesday, March 12, 2003 <b>Congressmen Warn US no Iran</b> * A bipartisan group of US legislators introduced a resolution today calling the US to support the democratic movement of the Iranian people. Senator Sam Brownback (R-Kansas) said, "We are here to say that United States stands with you and we will not cut a deal with this terrorist regime that in any way undermines the struggle for democratic referendum." Congressman Tom Lantos (D-California) said, "We are united in our determination to do our bit to bring freedom, democracy and human rights to the people of Iran." (Mahtab Farid, Washington) * In a resolution to be voted on today, a group of US Congressmen asked the US government to encourage Iran to sign the international protocol that would allow unannounced UN inspections of Iran&apos;s nuclear facilities. (Bijan Farhoodi) <b>Guardians Ask Experts for 400 Percent Budget Increase</b> * The conservative Guardians Council rejected the 24 billion rial budget approved for it by the Majles and asked the arbitration body, the Assembly of Experts, to approve 160 billion rials instead. The Majles sent the budget bill to the Assembly of Experts for final approval, after it resisted the Guardians&apos; suggested amendments and omissions. Former MP and Paris-based analyst Ahmad Salamatian tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that budget appropriations by any organ other than the Majles is a violation of the Islamic regime&apos;s constitution. (Fariba Mavedat) <b>Iran Recalls its Buenos Aires Charge d&apos;Affairs</b> * Iran recalled the Charge D&apos;Affairs of its embassy in Buenos Aires, a day after recalling the ambassador, in reaction to the arrest warrants issued by the Argentine judiciary against former intelligence minister Ali Falahian and former education minister Ali-Akbar Parvaresh and two Iranian diplomats for their alleged involvement in the 1994 bombing of a Buenos Aires Jewish center that killed 85. (Shireen Famili) * A source in Tehran told Reuters that the Islamic regime is considering suspending diplomatic ties with Argentina. (Mahdieh Javid) <b>MPs Call for the Expansion of Investment Markets</b> * In a letter to President Khatami, 80 Majles MPs called for measures to improve the economy by facilitating electronic investment and developing provincial stock markets, according to the Abadan MP. (Fariba Mavedat) <b>Kadivar Regrets Language of the Repeal of Aghajari&apos;s Verdict</b> * In a speech at the Tehran Teachers&apos; college, reformist cleric Mohsen Kadivar, criticized the language of the appeals court&apos;s verdict that struck down Aghajari&apos;s death sentence. Speaking at the school where Aghajari taught history before his arrest on charges of insulting Islam, Kadivar said nobody had asked the court to release Aghajari because he is mentally ill. The court had said in its review of a Hamedan court&apos;s death verdict that Aghajari could be released from jail only after a psychiatrist confirmed his mental illness. A court in Hamedan had sentenced Aghajari, a board member of the leftist Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution Organization (MIRO), for his speech on Islamic Protestantism at a Hamedan mosque, during which he criticized clerical rule and the Shiite principle of religious emulation. Kadivar said Aghari shares a cell with an armed drug smuggler in the Hamedan jail. (Shireen Famili) <b>US Admits Cyclist Baluchi as a Refugee</b> * The US granted political asylum to cyclist Reza Baluchi, who says has cycled around the world to spread the message of peace. Baluchi had said he had entered Arizona from Mexico by mistake. (Mahtab Farid) <b>Iran Seeks International Help on Potential Iraqi Refugees</b> * Iran asked international bodies for financial support in order to receive hundreds of thousands of Iraqi refugees of the possible US military action to disarm Iraq. (Fereydoun Khavand) . عده اي از قانونگذاران برجسته آمريكا قطعنامه اي به كنگره اين كشور ارائه دادند كه دولت آمريكا را به حمايت از جنبش دمكراسي در ايران فرامي خواند و روي كار آمدن دولت دمكراتيك در ايران فرا مي خواند. اعضاي كنگره در سناي آمريكا اعلام كردند با ارائه اين قطعنامه ار جنبش دمكراسي در ايران حمايت مي كنند. سم براون بك Sam Brownback سناتور جمهوريخواه از ايالت كانزاس گفت اصلاح طلبان ايران تغييري در حكومت انجام نداده اند و ما از مردم ايران حماي مي كنيم و رژيم كنوني ايران را حمايت نمي كنيم. وي افزود مردم ايران فرهنگي غني و مردم تحصيلكرده اي دارند و هيجان انگيز است كه 50 ميليون مردم جوان ايران قيام مي كنند و خواهان آزادي، آزادي مطبوعات و حقوق اوليه انساني مي شوند. تام لنتوس Tom Lantos، نماينده دمكرات از ايالت كاليفرنيا گفت همانطور كه مشاهده مي كنيد اين قطع نامه از هر دو حزب در كنگره آمريكا عرضه مي شود براي آزادي و دمكراسي براي مردم ايران. وي افزود مردم ايران دائما بر عليه رژيم كنوني تظاهرات مي كنند. عده اي از قانونگذاران برجسته آمريكا قطعنامه اي به كنگره اين كشور ارائه دادند كه دولت آمريكا را به حمايت از جنبش دمكراسي در ايران و روي كار آمدن دولت دمكراتيك در ايران فرا مي خواند. اعضاي كنگره از هر دو حرب جمهوريخواه و دمكرات در كنفرانس مطبوعاتي امروز خود در سناي آمريكا اعلام كردند با ارائه اين قطعنامه ار جنبش دمكراسي در ايران حمايت مي كنند.
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