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كنفرانس مطبوعاتي رئيس جمهوري آمريكا : صدام حسين به عدالت سپرده خواهد شد


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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiMonday, December 15, 2003 <b>Top Officials Remain Silent on Saddam&apos;s Capture</b> • Vice President Mohammd-Ali Abtahi and Foreign ministry spokesman Hamid-Reza Asefi, as well as government spokesman Abdollah Ramezanzadeh, along with a few Majles MPs, welcomed Saddam Hussein&apos;s capture by the US forces in Iraq. But top level officials remained curiously silent. Iran&apos;s official news agency IRNA, which was the first in the world to report the capture, limited its follow ups to translations from international news agencies. Without comparing Iran and Iraq, the reformist politicians said a destiny such as Saddam&apos;s is waiting for all autocratic regimes. (Nima Tamadon) <b>Former Spy Talks of Plot to Overthrow the Regime with US Help</b> • Iran-Contra spy Manuchehr Ghorbanifar said he has discussed with the Pentagon using some of Saddam Hussein&apos;s hidden cash to launch a peaceful revolution against Tehran&apos;s clerical regime, <i>Newsweek</i> magazine reported on Sunday. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) <b>Foreign Investment Increases, French Report Says</b> • Foreign investment in Iran&apos;s non-oil sector increased from $50 million in 1997 to $250 million in 2002 and is expected to increase to $370 million in 2003, according to figures published in a French government statistical report on Iran. The figures show an absolute increase in the amount of foreign investment in the past few years, but they are not nearly as big as the numbers cited by Iranian authorities. (Fereydoun Khavand, Paris) <b>Anti-Air Missile Exercise Kills Two in Bushehr </b> • Two were killed in Bushehr and 13 were injured by stray anti-aircraft shells during a defense exercise at the city&apos;s nuclear power plant. (Shahran Tabari) <b>Japanese Oil Company Gives up Talks on Azadegan Oil Field</b> • Tomen, one of the three members of the Japanese consortium negotiating with Iran about the development of Azadegan oil field, dropped out of the talks, jeopardizing the entire deal, which is already under pressure after the Japanese side suspended the talks over worries about Iran&apos;s nuclear program. (Shahran Tabari, London) • Japan needs the oil from Azadegan field, but wants to hold out in order to receive more concessions from Iran, Paris-based expert <b>Parviz Mina</b>, former head of Iranian National Oil Company&apos;s international contracts, tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. (Shahran Tabari, London) <b>Addicts Occupy 53 Percent of Prisons&apos; Space</b> • Drug addicts occupy 53 percent of prison space, according to a new report cited by Dr. Mohsen Vazirian, head of addiction treatment program of the country&apos;s national welfare organization, Sazeman-e Behzisti. The high percentage of addicts in prisons has made the addiction treatment programs ineffective, he said. (Arash Qavidel, Tehran) <b>Reformists Party Calls for Big Voter Turnout</b> • In a public statement, pro-reform party the Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution Organization (MIRO) called for big voter turnout in the February 20 Majles elections, ending speculation that the party would boycott the elections over the vetting role of the conservative Guardians Council. The anti-reform faction wants to dominate the Majles at any price, it said, urging Khatami to use his power to keep the elections fair. (Ali Sajjadi) <b>Iran Prepares Lawsuit against Saddam</b> • Iran began preparing a lawsuit against Saddam, the Reuters reported. (Siavash Ardalan) • Foreign ministry has collected all the documents needed to bring a lawsuit against Saddam in an international court, cabinet spokesman Abdollah Ramezanzadeh said. (Masoud Malek) • The countries involved it setting up an international court to hear complaints against Saddam Hussein will have a say in the kind of complaints it will hear, Paris-based international law professor <b>Farhad Ameli</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. However, any claim by Iran against Saddam will be in fact against Iraq, and will fall in the jurisdiction of the international court of justice at the Hague. He adds that Iran can bring lawsuits against Saddam in the international court of crimes against humanity, but the US has not joined that court and for now, it exists mostly in the realm of theory. (Jean Khakzad) <b>Plainclothes Forces and Judiciary</b> • Those who have information about the activities of plainclothes forces, who are said to be disrupting political rallies and assault reformist politicians, should file officials complaints with the judiciary, instead of giving interviews to the newspapers, judiciary spokesman Gholamhossein Elham said. Many complaints have been filed against the plainclothes forces, but the judiciary has done nothing about them, former Majles MP and reformist activist <b>Gholamhossein Nadi</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. Despite judiciary&apos;s claim of impartiality, the courts have always ruled against reformist politicians and journalists, he adds. (Mahmonir Rahimi) <b>Sit-in at Tabriz University</b> • Members of the Tabriz University Islamic student council staged a sit-in to demand the removal of the university president, who had allegedly made insulting comments against the students and refused to apologize, a member of the Islamic student council of the electrical engineering school of the Tabriz University tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. (Leyli Arman) . رئيس جمهوري آمريكا در كنفرانس مطبوعاتي امروز خود در واشنگتن در پاسخ به سئوالات خبرنگاران در باره دستگيري صدام حسين، رئيس سابق حكومت عراق گفت صدام حسين به عدالت سپرده خواهد شد، آنچه مردمي كه به آنها ظلم كرد، نداد. رئيس جمهوري آمريكا خواستار آن شد كه محاكمه صدام حسين زير نظارت بين المللي انجام شود ولي گفت تصميم در باره مجازات صدام با خود عراقي ها خواهد بود. رئيس جمهوري آمريكا گفت دشمنان عراق آزاد رهبر خود را از دست دادند ولي تروريست ها همچنان در عراق خطر آفرين هستند، ولي افزود: عراق در مسير آزادي قرار گرفته است و عراق آزاد به تامين صلح وامنيت در آمريكا و جهان كمك خواهد كرد.
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