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چهارشنبه ۹ فروردین ۱۴۰۲ تهران ۱۶:۲۶

مذاكرات هيات اعزامي اتحاديه اروپا در تهران در باره حقوق بشر

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Summary of Today's BroadcastRFE/RL Persian ServiceThursday, October 03, 2002 - EU delegation discusses human rights in Tehran - Tehran reacts to US Congress vote on Jerusalem - Reformists' referendum threat - Yazd judiciary prosecutes artists for award ceremony kiss - Jailed student Ahmad Batebi ends furlough - Iran to join World Bank's MIGA - Majles investigates unprofitable state enterprises - Destruction of Anzali lagoon's natural habitat EU Delegation in Tehran Discusses Human Rights * MPs Mohammad Dadfar and Ebrahim Amini, of the Majles complaints committee, said the visiting EU delegation of the EU human rights commission focused on the rights of women and religious minorities. Denmark's ambassador to Tehran Jorgen Reimer said the delegation prepares the framework for future EU-Iran dialogue on human rights. (Golnaz Esfandiari) Tehran's Reaction to US Congress Vote on Jerusalem * Foreign minister Kamal Kharazi asked the Islamic Conference Organization to discuss a unified reaction to the US Congress vote to move the US embassy to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv, which he called a 'blatant insult to Muslim countries.' (Siavash Ardalan) Reformists to Resort to Referendum if New Bills Fail to Pass * If the election law reform and expansion of presidential power bills fail to pass in Iran's complicated legislative process, the reformists would call for a national referendum on Iran's constitution, threatened President Khatami's brother Mohammad-Reza in an interview with the Kuwaiti newspaper 'Ra'i ul-Am.' The conservative Guardians Council would almost certainly reject both bills, which would place them in the hands of the Expediency Council. (Mehdi Khalaji) Yazd Judiciary Indicts Film Artists for Award Ceremony Kiss * The Yazd judiciary issued warrants for the arrest of movie and TV actress Gohar Kheyr-Andish and young filmmaker Ali Zamani on lewd behavior charges for a kiss on the forehead during the award ceremony of the young film makers festival. But since both left town after the ceremony, the head of the Yazd provincial branch of the culture and Islamic guidance ministry was arrested for aiding in their flight. The conservative newspaper Jomhuri-ye Eslami (Islamic Republic), published by the Supreme Leader's office, criticized the Yazd kiss, as well as a kiss on Ardabil mayor's cheek by an admiring young fan during an official ceremony. The paper said certain hands are at work to promote a wrong culture among the god-loving residents of Ardabil and Yazd. Tehran-based conservative journalist Mohammad Jafarian tells RFE/RL that some newspapers show special interest in certain issues, and certain political groups use any event as a means to express their opinions. (Fereydoun Zarnegar) Student Ahmad Batebi Returns to Jail after One-Month Furlough * Ahmad Batebi, the Tehran University film student who went to jail because his picture appeared in foreign press holding up a bloody tee-shirt during the 1998 student uprising, returned to jail today after a one-month furlough. His father tells RFE/RL that the furlough was welcome and unexpected for the Batebi's family. He says his son suffered emotionally after receiving a death sentence, which was then commuted to 15 years in jail. He says his son had previously received shorter furloughs. (Siavash Ardalan) Government Submits Bill to Join Multilateral Investment Guarantees Agency * Government submitted to the Majles a bill to join Multilateral Investment Guarantees Agency, MIGA, a unit of the World Bank. Tehran-based economist Mohammad Taqavi tells RFE/RL that MIGA guarantees foreign investments in member countries through the World Bank. (Jamshid Zand) Iran, Russia, Armenia Big Losers of Baku-Ceyhan Pipeline Deal * Iran, Russia and Armenia are big losers in the oil pipeline deal linking Baku, Azerbaijan to Ceyhan, Turkey through Georgia, according to Frankfurter Allgemeine, which added that Iran has turned south to Saudi Arabia after its foreign policy failed in the north. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) Majles Investigates Money-Losing State Enterprises * The Majles investigation office reports that state enterprises lose money and are a burden on the country's budget. Its study on 190 large and small companies revealed a list of abuses and irregularities, such as involvement in unrelated businesses, lack of insurance coverage, violations of export-import regulations and cronyism. Despite the losses, managers of state enterprises have been receiving salaries, benefits, and performance rewards. (Fereydoun Khavand, Paris) Anzali Lagoon on the Brink * Dr. Shabanali Nezami, director of the Gilan province environmental protection office, says industrial and urban sewage, combined with millions of tons of earth pouring into the Anzali lagoon from deforestation, threaten the lagoon's total destruction. Tehran University ecology professor Esmail Kahrom tells RFE/RL that a confluence of factors is responsible for the lagoon's environmental ruin. (Golnaz Esfandiari) RFE/RL Roundtable: Expansion of Presidential Powers * Mohammad Maleki, former Tehran University president and a member of the nationalist Nehzat Azadi (Freedom Movement of Iran), Sadeq Zibakalam, Tehran University political science professor, and Ahmad Salamatian, Paris-based commentator and former Majles MP, discuss president Khatami's bill to expand presidential powers. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) ARTS AND IDEAS Daily Internet Report * Two websites, shamlu.com and shamlou.org present complete collections of the works of contemporary poet Ahmad Shamlou on the Internet. (Behnam Nateghi, New York) Daily medical advice (Dr. Mansur Moslehi, Los Angeles) Daily Book Review * RFE/RL's Tehran-based book critic Kamran Fani reviews 'Takamol Farhang' (The Science of Culture) by the late anthropologist Leslie White, translated by Fariborz Majidi. Daily Science Report * Professor Farzin Farzaneh, head of the Department of Molecular Medicine, King's College, London, and Secretary General of International Society for Cancer Gene Therapy, tells RFE/RL that his recent paper in the journal Cancer Immunology and Immunotherapy explores making cancer vaccines by fusing cancer cells and immune cells through a chemical process. He says the process can increase immune reaction against cancer. (Fatemeh Aman, Washington) Weekly soccer news and commentary (Mehrdad Massudi, London) Song: Gandhi by Farhad * RFE/RL's Frankfurt-based music critic Mahmud Khoshnam plays Gandhi, a song by Varouzhan, performed by 1970's popular singer, Farhad. Shadi (Joy) Los Angeles DJ Afshin Gorgin spins the latest Persian pop tunes. Los Angeles Magazine * LA-based concert promoter Siamak Shajarian tells RFE/RL that his projects help introduce Persian music to a wider audience. (Fahimeh Barati, Los Angeles) WORLD * US State Department's commission on religious freedom suggests placing 12 countries, including Iran, Saudi Arabia, China, India and Pakistan on the State Department's list of foes of religious freedoms. (Jamshid Zand) * House backs President Bush on Iraq action. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * Russia and France oppose US on a tough UN resolution against Iraq. (Jean Khakzad, Paris) * The new US policy of unilateral action and preventive attack worries European allies. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * Iraqi opposition groups gather at Damascus conference. (Farideh Rahbar, Cairo) * Arabs slam US Congress bill seeking to move US embassy to Jerusalem. (Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) * Azerbaijan arrests opposition leaders in advance of an anti-government rally in Baku. (Mani Kasravi, Moscow) * Civil servants strike across France. (Jean Khakzad, Paris) * Germany celebrates the 12th anniversary of unification. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) * World Health Organization's statistics on death from violence around the world. (Jean Khakzad, Paris) * Italian senate approves sending 1000 soldiers to Afghanistan. (Ahmad Ra'fat, Rome)

هياتي از اتحاديه اروپا، روزهاي دوشنبه و سه شنبه اين هفته در تهران در باره حقوق بشر با مقامات ايران گفتگو كرد. به گفته محمد دادفر و ابراهيم اميني از اعضاي كميسيون اصل 90 مجلس شوراي اسلامي، هدف از سفر اين هيات، تهيه گزارشي براي كميسيون حقوق بشر اتحاديه اروپا بود. وي گفت اين هيات در باره وضعيت زنان و اقلبت هاي ديني در ايران حساس است و معتقد است حقوق آنها رعايت نمي شود. يورگن رايمر سفير دانمارك در تهران، گفت هدف از ديدار هيات اعزامي هيات اروپا به تهران فراهم كردن زمينه براي گفتگو در باره حقوق بشر اعلام كرد و گفت هيات اتحاديه اروپا در جريان سفر خود به ايران مذاكرات باز و سازنده اي داشت.