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یکشنبه ۳۰ اردیبهشت ۱۳۹۷ تهران ۲۲:۳۱

انتخابات شوراي مركزي يك شاخه از دفتر تحكيم وحدت: شكاف در جنبش دانشجويي

اميرمصدق كاتوزيان، مصاحبه با بهمن كلباسي

Summary of Today's BroadcastRFE/RL Persian ServiceSaturday, March 09, 2002 - Pro-reform student movement elects new council - Iranians arrested in Afghanistan - Khatami to visit Austria - Iranian TV diverges from government on foreign policy - Reform movement holds pre-convention meeting Pro-Reform Student Organization Elects New Board * Representatives of student organizations from universities around the country elected a new central council for Iran's largest student organization, the Office for Reinforcing Unity (Daftar-e Tahkim-e Vahdat), at Tehran's Alameh Tabatabai University yesterday. They aimed to overturn an election unilaterally held by conservative officers of Daftar last month in Shiraz. Some of those that voted in Shiraz felt that to preserve unity they needed also to participate in the Tehran vote, says former member Bahman Kalbasi. He tells RFE/RL that the equal numbers of traditional and modern representatives elected in Tehran serves to marginalize the conservative faction headed by Mohammad-Mehdi Tabatabai, who threatens to challenge the results in court. That threat, Kalbasi says, proves the conservative group depends on powers beyond the student movement. Kalbasi says if that if Dafter loses its legitimacy as an independent student organization, new grass roots institutions will take its place. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) Iranians Arrested in Afghanistan * The New York Times reports that an Iranian Revolutionary Guards general and eight other Iranians were arrested by Afghan forces and handed over to U.S. authorities. (Alireza Taheri) Khatami to visit Austria and Greece * Austrian sources report the trip scheduled for Monday is to foster cultural and economic links. (Shireen Famili) IRI Majles Speaker Ends Trip in Italy by Visiting Pope * Karubi ended his four-day official visit to Italy with an audience with the Pope. (Ahmad Ra'fat) IRI Radio and TV Diverges from Government on Foreign Policy * Mashhad journalist Mohammad-Sadeq Javadi-Hesar tells RFE/RL that the state-run radio and television, due to its "fundamentalist" orientation, sometime runs counter to the government on foreign policy matters, such as Afghanistan, leading to confusion abroad about the Khatami government's foreign policy. (Baktash Khamsehpour) Demonstrations in Koln in Support of Political Prisoners in Iran * The Society to Defend Political Prisoners in Iran held its annual demonstration in Koln to publicize the plight of political prisoners in Iran one of its organizers explains in an interview with RFE/RL. (Shahram Mirian, Koln) Analyst sees Benefit from US Threats against Iran * Strayer University professor Rasool Nafisy, in an interview with RFE/RL, sees Tehran right now as more reluctant to provoke the US, suggesting that US threats may have benefited reformists who advocate a more cautious Iranian foreign policy. He adds that hardliners who may have wanted to disrupt democratic institutions by declaring emergency rule did not succeed. (Homayoun Majd) First Iranian Olympic Champion Dies * Wrestler Mohammd Pazirai, who in 1960 was Iran's first Olympic medalist, is dead at 77. Iran's most prominent sports commentator, Ata Behmanesh reviews Pazirai's career in an interview with RFE/RL. (Baktash Khamsehpour) Preliminary Meeting of the Reform Movement Convention * Representatives of the eighteen disparate parties and political groups of the pro-Khatami Second of Khordad Front are meeting in Tehran to discuss their upcoming convention, which MP Behzad Nabavi says should aim to rejuvenate and unify the movement. Others warn that the movement must pay more attention to the country's economic problems. Journalist and former hostage taker Abbas Abdi says change is coming to Iran not in the form of subversion of the political system, but as an implosion of the social system. He says signs of that are already apparent in the general discontent and hopelessness of the people, the flight of trained and untrained workforce, the incompetence of the administrative and legal systems, the breakdown of ethical and religious beliefs, and the increasing gap between the people and their government. (Alireza Taheri) Veteran Journalist Calls Himself Dead After First Day of Trial * "Consider me dead," journalist Siamak Pourzand, 77, told his daughter in the US, Azadeh Pourzand, in a phone call from his Tehran jail following his first hearing in a special court in Tehran's Mehrabad airport. Leyla Pourzand, his other daughter, tells RFE/RL that Pourzand's relatives had no advance knowledge of the trial. She says the judiciary is using confessions obtained by force from her father and has prevented the press and reform politicians from protesting his abduction and trial. Pourzand, husband of prominent lawyer Mehrangiz Kar, now in Washington for cancer treatments, was kidnapped four months ago by security forces and eventually charged with anti-regime activity. (Golnaz Esfandiari) Writer to Sue Russian Publisher of His Novel * At least 175, 000 copies of his satirical novel "Uncle Napoleon" were published in Russia without royalties paid to him, says Iraj Pezeshkzad in an interview with RFE/RL. The Russian publisher refused Pezeshkzad's request for one copy of the 1990 edition of the book claiming it was completely sold out. (Jean Khakzad, Paris) WORLD * Sharon says he is ready for cease-fire talks with Palestinians. (Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) * Review of US press articles about the Middle East crisis. (Fariba Mavedat) * France worried about French Taliban supporters in US custody. (Jean Khakzad) * Iraqi FM meets UN SG. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * Review of Arab press articles about the Iraqi-UN negotiations. (Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) ARTS AND IDEAS New York Magazine * Museum of Modern Art retrospective of Gerhard Richter's 40 years of painting. * In "Maryam," a feature film hailed by American critics as strong, emotionally gripping and innovative, director Ramin Serri, reminisces on his childhood in New Jersey during the hostage crisis. He tells RFE/RL that the reason he cannot speak Persian is that his parents were both doctors and were never home. (Behnam Nateghi) Medical Advice Show * LA based Dr. Mansour Moslehi talks about AIDS, blood pressure, and ovarian cancer.

بهمن كلباسي، عضو پيشين انجمن اسلامي دانشگاه اصفهان و تحليلگر فعاليت هاي دانشجويي ايران، درمصاحبه با راديوآزادي مي گويد: تركيب شركت كنندگان در انتخابات شوراي مركزي يك شاخه دفتر تحكيم وحدت در دانشگاه علامه طباطبايي تهران، حاكي از آن است كه بسياري از انجمن هاي دانشجويي كه در نشست شيراز شركت كرده بودند، به اين نتيجه رسيدند كه بايد در نشست تهران هم شركت كنند و از كليت دفتر تحكيم حمايت كنند، به همين جهت هم شمار وابستگان به فراكسيون هاي دوگانه در تركيب انتخاب شدگان مساوي است. كلباسي مي گويد: جنبش دانشجويي به خصوص بخش هاي مختلف انجمن هاي اسلامي دانشگاه هاي كشور، حفظ اصل نهاد را از اختلافاتي كه ممكن است به فروپاشي آن منجر شود، مهم تر مي دانند. وي در باره اعتراض محمدمهدي طباطبايي و آرش پورنعمت، برگزيدگان نشست شيراز به انتخابات تهران، مي گويد طيف مقابل حمايتي كه در نشست شيراز جلب كرده بود، در نشست تهران از دست داد و در اقليت بيشتري قرار گرفت و اعتبار خود را از دست داد. دكتر غلامرضا ظريفيان، معاون دانشجويي وزارت فرهنگ، در باره دوپاره شدن دفتر تحكيم وحدت به هر دو شاخه هشدار داده است. كلباسي در واكنش به اعلاميه نشست شيراز مي گويد تهديد جناح نشست شيراز به پيگيري قانوني نشانه عدم علاقه آن به مذاكره و اتكاي آن به نيروهاي سياسي خارج از جنبش دانشجويي است و مي افزايد بايد ديد افكار عمومي و حضور دانشجويان در پاسخ به فراخوان ها، كداميك از اين دو شاخه را به عنوان دفتر تحكيم وحدت به رسميت خواهد شناخت. كلباسي مي گويد اگر انشعاب واقعي صورت گرفته بود، مي توانست ضربه اي بر جنبش دانشجويي باشد كه در اينصورت، نهادهاي دانشجويي جديدي جاي دفتر را مي گيرند.

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