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جمعه ۲۹ تیر ۱۳۹۷ تهران ۱۷:۲۱

مدير پتروپارس: جناح محافظه كار براي مبارزه با بهزاد نبوي، قراردادهاي نفتي را بهانه كرده است

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Summary of Today's BroadcastRFE/RL Persian ServiceSaturday, June 08, 2002 - Economy hurt by anti-corruption drive - Germany condemns Tehran's human rights violations - Nationalist-religious coalition and its followers - Iran-based Internet pay-per-view movie site closes Economy Falls Victim to Factional Fight over Corruption * Oil rigs, factories and business operations close as conservatives clamp down on businesses accused of corruption. Akbar Torkan, former finance minister who now heads the multi-billion dollar semi-public Petropars company, said the conservatives are using Petropars contracts in order to attack reformist MP Behzad Nabavi, who was forced to resign last year from the Petropars board of directors. Also, the case of the Iran Marine Service, which had to shut down its business of transporting oil from the Caspian Sea to the Persian Gulf, was sent to President Khatami for review. At issue is what happens to such businesses, their workers and customers, when the judiciary shuts them down even before they are indicted of any wrongdoing. (Alireza Taheri) Germany Condemns Human Rights Violations in Iran * In a report on human rights around the world, the German foreign ministry condemned the Islamic Republic's violations. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) Reaction to Accusations against Sadeqi Disturbs Nationalist-Religious Followers The nationalist-religious coalition leaders' effort to distance themselves from the case of Vahid Sadeqi disturbs some of their young followers. Vahid Sadeqi, a nationalist-religious activist in Shiraz, said on RFE/RL and other foreign radios last week that he was abducted and tortured by pro-conservative elements. But the intelligence ministry accused him of having made-up the story in order to embarrass the conservatives. * Nationalist-religious activist Taqi Rahmani, released on bail last month after more than one year in prison on subversion charges, tells RFE/RL that Sadeqi had quit working as a student volunteer at the nationalist-religious coalition's Shiraz election campaign office. Rahmani says since the coalition is not officially a party, it cannot be associated with those who once supported it. The judiciary's prosecution of the coalition's leaders and activists has prevented it from formally recruiting members as a political party, he adds. * Switzerland-based pro-reform journalist Nima Rashedan says followers and supporters of the nationalist-religious movement pay a price for its lack of a consolidated organization. He tells RFE/RL that the coalition leaders' effort to distance themselves from Vahid Sadeqi could disappoint some of their most ardent followers. (Siavash Ardalan) US Motion Picture Association Clamps Down on Iran-Based Movie Website * A pay-per-view Internet website that beamed movies from Iran to users around the world was closed after the US Motion Picture Association convinced its Amsterdam-based server to shut down the connection. Film88.com charged between one dollar and $1.50 to stream recent movies to users' computer screens. (Golnaz Esfandiari) GCC Foreign Ministers Discuss Relations with Iran * In their 38th meeting, the foreign ministers of the six Persian Gulf Arab countries in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) discussed new developments in their relations with the Islamic Republic today in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Observers say Iran has shown interest in resolving its dispute with UAE over the three Persian Gulf islands of the Tunbs and Abu Musa. (Farideh Rahbar, Cairo) June 1962 Anti-Shah Uprising Remembered In interviews with RFE/RL, three commentators review the impact of the June 5, 1962 anti-Shah uprising in Iran, which led to Ayatollah Khomeini's exile to Iraq. * Paris-based political commentator Ahmad Salamatian, a former post-revolutionary MP, says the June 1962 anti-Shah uprising followed Ayatollah Khomeini's arrest on the Shiites' holiest day. Khomeini had increased his criticism of the Shah, hoping to gain both the support of dissident intellectuals and to secure his bid to succeed Ayatollah Borujerdi, the leader of Iranian Shiites who had died 18 months earlier. On that day, the Shah lost the clergy as one of his main pillars of support. * Germany-based political commentator Hasan Shariatmadari, whose father Grand Ayatollah Kazem Shariatmadari pleaded with the Shah for the release of Ayatollah Khomeini from jail, says the Shiite clergy's opposition to the Shah's social and economic reforms was only a ploy to gain control of the anti-Shah opposition in the country. * Paris-based political commentator Babak Amirkhosravi says the June 1962 uprising marked a break between the monarchy and the clergy. WORLD * Seven Israelis and Palestinians die in the Middle East violent attacks. President Mubarak of Egypt calls for establishment an independent Palestinian state in his meeting today with President Bush. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * Seven Israeli and Palestinians die in Middle East violence. (Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) * Tehran-based, Iraqi Shiite opposition leader Muhammad-Baqer Hakim sends an envoy to meet with Bush administration officials. He had previously rejected cooperation with the US against Saddam's regime. (Farideh Rahbar, Cairo) * Russia seeks to increase its share of the world oil markets. (Mani Kasravi, Moscow) * French conservatives compete with the socialists for the control of the national parliament in today's elections. (Jean Khakzad, Paris) * Venezuela's oil and energy minister Alvaro Silva is nominated to succeed OPEC's Venezuelan secretary general Ali Rodriguez. London-based journalist Safa Haeri says it is unusual for OPEC to elect two consecutive secretary-generals from the same country, but the move signifies support for the popular Venezuelan president Hugo Chaves who survived a recent coup. (Alireza Taheri) * One-hundred and sixty women will take part in the 1500-member supreme council or loya jirga of Afghanistan, due to be opened next week by the former king Mohammad Zaher. Farideh Anvar, a reporter at RFE/RL's Afghan service, reviews the fifty-year history of participation of Afghan women in politics and other social activities. Nasim Mofid, deputy director of the association of Afghan women in Germany tells RFE/RL that the 11 percent share for women of the seats of loya jirga is an indication of Afghan women's growing social integration. (Shireen Famili) * RFE/RL wins Roosevelt foundation's freedom of expression medal. (Alireza Taheri) * Middle East Magazine: This week's topics include: human smuggling from Central Asia to Europe through Egypt, flagging a filmmaker in Egypt and the death from dehydration and starvation of 100 Sudanese on their way to Libya in search for jobs. (Jamshid Chalangi and Farideh Rahbar, Cairo) * Al Qaeda infiltrates Algerian Muslim organizations. (Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) * Afghan minister of transportation tells RFE/RL that Hamed Karzai would accept if the loya jirga sects him to be prime minister of the transitional government. (Jean Khakzad, Paris) ARTS AND IDEAS RFE/RL's Daily Coverage of Soccer World Cup * Roundup of today's World Cup games by RFE/RL's soccer commentator. (Mehrdad Masudi, Seoul) Italians glum over their team's loss to Croatia. (Ahmad Ra'fat, Rome). Mehdi Mahdavi-Kia, member of Iran's national team who plays for Hamburg team in Germany, comments on the World Cup games in an interview with RFE/RL. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) New York Magazine US Denies Visa to 10 of 28 Taziyeh Performers * Lincoln Center cuts down Taziyeh performances after 10 of 28 Taziyeh players from Iran were denied US entry visas by the US consulate in Dubai. The rest will have to wait one month for security background checks. (Behnam Nateghi, New York) Iranian-born Designer Gets Fashion Council's Award Nomination * Behnaz Sarafpour, 29, New York-based designer of women's fashion says her nomination to receive the Council of Fashion Designers of America's Perry Ellis award for young designers helps business in her third season as an independent producer of high fashion clothes for elegant stores such as Barney's New York. Her items, which are sometimes based on 19th Century Romantic poetry of Lord Byron and Emily Dickenson, were featured in big spreads in this month's Vogue magazine. She tells RFE/RL that the mix of romance and practicality in her work come from her sensibilities as a woman. (Behnam Nateghi, New York) DJ Shadow's Makes Music from Bad Records of the Past * Putting together great moments from hundreds of old forgotten rock albums of the 1960's, in his new compact disc, Josh Davis, 29, a.k.a. DJ Shadow, departs from the jazzy sound of his 1996 debut. (Behnam Nateghi, New York) Weekly medical advice show. (Dr. Mansur Moslehi) Classical Love Stories: Yusef va Zoleikha * Sadredin Elahi continues his recitation of the Yusef va Zoleikha story based on poetry by Abdolrahman Jami. Story of Progressive Music * RFE/RL's music critic Mahmud Khoshnam discusses the music of Germany-based composer Ramin Entezami. (Mahmud Khoshnam) عليرضا طاهري (راديوآزادي): با ادامه حمله و ضد حمله محافظه كاران و اصلاحگرايان در زمينه پيكار با مفسده هاي اقتصادي، آن چه به شدت زيان مي بيند بدنه اقتصاد ايران است. پرونده شهرام جزايري عرب، كه از آن به عنوان بزرگ ترين پرونده فساد مالي ياد مي شود، اكنون در دست كارشناسان است. گفته مي شود كه نام چندين آقا زاده و نماينده مجلس در اين پرونده مطرح است. قوه قضاييه در گسترده ترين حد ممكن درباره اين پرونده خبر سازي كرد. اما ناگهان آب ها از آسياب افتاد. اكنون، احتمال مي رود كه رسيدگي به اين پرونده دو سال يا بيشتر بدرازا بكشد. در اين گير و دار، هيچكس در پي يافتن پاسخ به اين پرسش نيست كه شركت ها و كاركانه هاي متعلق به شهرام جزايري، اكنون كه او در زندان بسر مي برد، چه سرنوشتي دارند. در نمونه يي ديگر، بررسي قضايي پرونده شركت ايران مارين سرويس نيز سال هاست ادامه دارد. اكنون گفته مي شود كه پرونده اين شركت حمل و نقل را روي ميز محمد خاتمي رييس جمهوري ايران گذاشته اند تا به آن رسيدگي كند. به مدير شركت ايران مارين سرويس نيز رسما اتهام فساد و سودجويي زده اند. اما باز هم كسي نمي داند كه با به زندان افتادن مدير ايران مارين سرويس، بر سر خود اين شركت و كارمندان و كاركنانش چه آمده است. ايران مارين سرويس - تا پيش از بازداشت مدير عاملش - وظيفه مهم انتقال نفت منابع خزر را بر عهده داشت. اين شركت، در واقع، همان كاري را مي كرد كه بسياري از كارشناسان ايراني بر پايه آن معتقدند: ايران اقتصادي ترين و كوتاه ترين راه صدور نفت خزر به بازار هاي جهاني است. يعني ايران مي تواند نفت خزر را بگيرد و در مقابل آن، از جنوب ايران نفت به بازار هاي جهاني صادر كند. با بازداشت مدير ايران مارين سرويس اين مبادله نفت عملا متوقف شده است. سرنوشت پتروپارس هم چندان بهتر از ايران مارين سرويس نيست. پتروپارس بزرگ ترين شركت نيمه دولتي نفتي در جمهوري اسلامي است كه با شركت نفت قرارداد هاي چندين ميليارد دلاري دارد. قراردادهايي كه جناح محافظه كار خود را محروم از آن ها مي داند. در اين حال، تعقيب قضايي پتروپارس مجال را براي پتروپارس تنگ ساخته است. اكبر تركان - مدير عامل پتروپارس - اين شركت را جزو افتخارات جمهوري اسلامي مي داند. او معتقد است كه پتروپارس قرباني درگيري هاي جناح محافظه كار با بهزاد نبوي - عضو بلند پايه پيشين پتروپارس - شده است. آقاي تركان مي گويد: "با بهزاد نبوي دعوا دارند و مي خواهند حال او را بگيرند و موضوع پتروپارس را به همين دليل عنوان كرده اند." خود مهندس بهزاد نبوي به تازگي، در يك ضد حمله به محافظه كاران هشدار گفته بود كه دادگاه رسيدگي به اتهامات او بايد علني برگزار شود تا او تمامي نا گفته ها را بر زبان آورد. آقاي نبوي از نوع و جنس اين نا گفته ها يادي نكرد اما بي گمان او اطمينان دارد كه جناح محافظه كار از نوع و جنس ناگفته هاي منظور او به خوبي آگاه است. اكبر تركان - كه سابقه وزات دفاع و نيز راه و ترابري جمهوري اسلامي در دوران رياست اكبر هاشمي رفسنجاني را در كارنامه اش دارد - همزمان با انتقاد از قوه قضاييه و جناح راست محافظه كار حاكم بر آن، به مجلس عمدتا اصلاحگرا نيز اخطار كرد كه نظارت بر عقد قرارداد ها به صلاحش نيست. به گفته آقاي تركان، مسئوليت نظارت با دولت است، چون مجلس قدرت كارشناسي و ارزيابي ندارد. وزارت اطلاعات هم نمي تواند بر كار مجلس نظارت كند، در نتيجه، دلال ها، روي نمايندگان نفوذ پيدا مي كند، كه در اين صورت، در هر حوزه پانزده شهرام جزايري پيدا خواهد شد. دعواي قضايي بر سر پتروپارس در حالي ادامه دارد كه وزارت نفت در پيشبرد برنامه هايش با دشواري هاي بسيار روبروست. يژن نامدار زنگنه، وزير نفت، مي كوشد تا ظرفيت توليدات نفتي ايران را بيست درصد بالا ببرد اما براي اين كار نيازمند سرمايه گذاري خارجي هاست. در حالي كه خارجي ها، در پي جارو جنجال قضايي بر سر پتروپارس، پايشان براي سرمايه گذاري در ايران بار ديگر سست شده است.

اكبر تركان، رئيس هيئت مديره شركت نفتي پترو پارس، كه قراردادهاي آن با شركت ملي نفت توسط قوه قضائيه جمهوري اسلامي تحت رسيدگي قرار دارد، امروز در يك ضد حمله تبليغاتي، قوه قضائيه را فاقد توانايي تشخيض خواند و گفت قوه قضائيه، تحت عنوان پيدا كردن مفسده، باعث تضعيف اقتصاد كشور و سست شدن سرمايه گذاران خارجي در صنعت نفت ايران شده است. تركان گفت قوه قضائيه، بررسي قراردادهاي پتروپارس را بهانه مبارزه سياسي با بهزاد نبوي، نماينده تهران وعضو هيات رئيسه مجلس شوراي اسلامي كرده است. همچنين اعلام شد كه پرونده قضائي شركت مارين سرويس كه نفت درياي خزر را به خليج فارس منتقل مي كرد، روي ميز رئيس جمهوري اسلامي قرار گرفته است. معلوم نيست در حاليكه قوه قضائيه به تحقيق در باره اين شركت ها ادامه مي دهد، بر سر پروژه ها، مشتريان و كاركنان آنها چه مي آيد. براي مطالعه متن كامل گزارش راديوآزادي در باره نظارت مجلس، قوه قضائيه و دولت بر قراردادهاي نفتي، دگمه متن فارسي را كليك بزنيد.

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