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جمعه ۳ آذر ۱۳۹۶ تهران ۱۹:۳۶

اجلاس مجلس خبرگان و ابهام تحقيق در باره عملكرد رهبر جمهوري اسلامي

مهدي خلجي

Summary of Today's BroadcastRFE/RL Persian ServiceWednesday, March 13, 2002 Assembly of Experts and the Question of Supervision of the IRI Leader * Little has been made public about the seventh meeting of the Assembly of Experts, a constitutional body in charge of electing and supervising Iran's Leader of the Revolution, since as usual, the two-day meeting was held behind closed doors. An Assembly member, Ayatollah Namazi, says that the Assembly received a report today of undisclosed contents, by a committee of unnamed membership, about the performance of the Leader during the past six months. Also, a report about reaction to the recent US threats, presented to the Assembly by National Security Council secretary Hasan Rohani, is seen as related to the current factional disagreement over who--the Majles and NSC on the one hand, or the Leader on the other--has the authority to declare emergency rule. (Mehdi Khalaji) Reformists gain some on Iran-US Relations * Deputy Majles speaker Mohsen Armin is calling for an end to actions and statements that he says would enable the US to make threats. As a result of recent US threats against Iran, reformists may be making some headway in winning support from some conservatives, at least on the issue of softening the Islamic Republic's militant image. (Siavash Ardalan) National Unity and the Makeup of the Expediency Council * As a first step toward national unity, some of reformists, including a deputy Majles speaker, are asking the Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, to include more reformists in the new makeup of the Expediency Council, which is due to be announced within a week. But Ahmad Salamatian, a former Majles MP and an analyst of Iranian affairs in Paris, says in an interview with RFE/RL that national unity, meaning compromise between the two major ruling factions, will be impossible if every decision resides with the person of the Leader. (Fereydoun Zarnegar) Assassination Attempt on Khatami's Advisor Unresolved after Two Years * Nima Rashedan, a political journalist in Sweden, tells RFE/RL the 1999 assassination attempt against Khatami advisor and former Tehran city council member Said Hajjarian can be linked to the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC). At the same time, Keyhan, a Tehran daily controlled by the IRI Leader, puts the blame on the reformist faction. In an interview with Iranian journalists, Hajjarian says Iran's problem is lack of dialogue among its political factions and calls for breaking down of the domestic wall of mistrust. (Alireza Taheri) Khatami Meets EU's Solana in Vienna * Afghanistan and the Middle East were discussed in two meetings President Khatami held with the EU's Javier Solana. A spokesperson for Solana told RFE/RL that the EU does not support President Bush's axis of evil speech on Iran, but says there is still a long way to go before the EU can sign a comprehensive trade treaty with Iran. (Ahmad Ra'fat, Rome) Iran-EU Economic Treat is Far From Being Signed * RFE/RL economic analyst Fereydoun Khavand says Tehran hopes that an accord signed by the Iranian and EU chambers of commerce will be a precursor to the comprehensive trade cooperation treaty it wants to sign with the EU. However, Tehran has to improve its human rights record, free political prisoners and abandon efforts to make weapons of mass destruction if it is to meet the EU's conditions for such a treaty. Austrian Press Discuss Khatami's Visit * Die Standard wrote that economic cooperation between Austria and Iran was the most important topic of discussion. Austria wants to expand its involvement in Iran's electrical power plants, steel industries and subway. Kurier focused on political and diplomatic aspects of the visit, particularly regarding Afghanistan reconstruction plans. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) Human Rights Watch on Journalist's Trial * Human Rights Watch calls the trial of Siamak Pourzand, 71, in Tehran "a mockery of law." (Alireza Taheri) FAO Ends Conference in Tehran * Drought in Iran and Afghanistan was the main topic for the 5-day regional session of UN's FAO held in Tehran. (Mina Baharmast) Iranian Member of Dutch Parliament: Secret of Political Success in a Foreign Land * Farah Karimi, Iranian-born member of Dutch Parliament, and the foreign policy spokesperson for the Green Party's parliamentary faction, condemns Iran's human rights record and lack of democracy. In an interview with RFE/RL, she says she left Iran twenty years ago and began living in the Netherlands in 1989. She was elected to the Dutch parliament in 1998 and predicts she will be re-elected this year. Karimi attributes her success to hard work, her belief in democracy, and the openness of Dutch society. Karimi says she sees no improvement in human rights and democracy in Iran. (Mahmonir Rahimi) Fire in the Oldest Armenian Church in Isfahan * Leon Minasian, museum curator in Isfahan's Jolfa section tells RFE/RL that damage to the 500-year-old Georg church was minor. (Mina Baharmast) China Makes Barbie's Iranian, Israeli, and Arab Rivals * Doll factories in China are not only turning out the national replacements for Barbie and Ken now being sold in Iran, but also similar dolls for Israel and Arab countries, according to China's Global Times newspaper. The government-owned distributor of the dolls in Iran has added a traditional Islamic headscarf to the Chinese package of the Iranian Barbie doll. (Shahram Tehrani, Beijing) WORLD * UN Security Council approves US-sponsored resolution calling for a Palestinian state. (Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) * Head of Russian Federation Council refuses to meet with Arafat. (Mani Kasravi, Moscow) * UN Security Council resolution calls for cease fire. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * FAO warns of famine in eastern Afghanistan. (Shireen Famili) * Afghan ambassador to Germany reviews Karzai's upcoming trip to Berlin in an interview with RFE/RL. (Shahram Mirian) * US military advisers land in Yemen. (Farideh Rahbar, Cairo) * Amin Farhan, Afghan Reconstruction Minister, tells RFE/RL that financial aid promised at the Bonn Conference has not arrived. Other than very small projects, Afghanistan's reconstruction plans are on hold for now. (Shireen Famili) ARTS AND IDEAS Weekly Science Program * Short topics: Genetic doping in sports, Hubble space telescope's successful repair, new viruses for cell phones and womb transplant. * Interview with Professor Farzin Farzaneh, Molecular Medicine Department of King's College Hospital in London and the Secretary General of International Society for Cancer Gene Therapy. (Fatimeh Amah) Youth, Society and Education * In his weekly program on issues in Iranian educational system, RFE/RL's Dr. Said Peyvandi discusses globalization and education in Iran, as well as relations between Iranian and foreign universities.

در حاشيه اجلاس هفتم مجلس خبرگان آيت الله نمازي، دادستان كل جمهوري اسلامي و يك عضو مجلس خبرگان رهبري در مصاحبه اي گفت كميسيون تحقيق در باره عملكرد شش ماه گذشته رهبر جمهوري اسلامي امروز گزارش نتيجه كار خود را به مجلس خبرگان ارائه مي دهد. منقدان مجلس خبرگان چند سال است مي گويند اين نهاد وظيفه اصلي خود را در نظارت بر رهبر انجام نمي دهد. هويت كميسيون تحقيق كه امروز براي اولين بار و ظاهرا در واكنش به انتقادها، وجود آن اعلام شد، بر افكار عمومي هنوز مشخص نيست و معلوم نيست اعضاي آن از نمايندگان مجلس خبرگان باشند. گزارش دبير شوراي امنيت ملي به مجلس خبرگان، به موضوع اعلام وضعيت فوق العاده مربوط دانسته شد كه اصلاح طلبان آن را در صلاحيت مجلس و شوراي امنيت ملي و محافظه كاران آن را از اختيارات رهبر جمهوري اسلامي مي دانند.

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