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ديدار معاون و مشاوران رييس جمهوري اسلامي با مراجع تقليد: لوايح تببين اختيارات رئيس جمهوري و اصلاح قانون انتخابات

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Summary of Today's BroadcastRFE/RL Persian ServiceSaturday, October 12, 2002 - Khatami advisors confer with religious leaders - Tabarzadi meets family in jail after 3 months - Bar association's no support for convicted lawyers - Three Tabriz officials go to jail for corruption - Press supervision board elections - Khatami to join ECO summit in Turkey - Tehran Hebrew broadcasts - Iranian publishers in the Frankfurt book fair - Student parliament - Oral history of Iran-Iraq war - RFE/RL Roundtable Khatami Aides Confer with Religious Leaders on Political Bills * Vice President for legislative affairs Mohammad-Ali Abtahi and other Khatami advisors conferred in Qom with six Shiite sources of emulation, according to Ruidad, the Internet site of the pro-Khatami Participation Front (Jebhe-ye Mosharekat). The meetings reportedly centered on the two recent bills submitted by the government to expand presidential powers and reform election law. Reformists threaten to exit the regime if the Guardians Council rejects the bills after Majles approval. Hossein Shariatmadari, the Supreme Leader's representative who publishes the hard-line daily Keyhan, called the reformists' threat punishable treason aimed at weakening the regime. (Alireza Taheri) Jailed Activist Sees Family after Three Months * The family of jailed activist Heshmatollah Tabarzadi, founder of several political opposition groups, including the Iran Democratic Front (Jebhe-ye Demokratik-e Iran), visited him in jail for the first time yesterday three months after he was arrested for advocating a demonstration on the anniversary of the 1999 police attack on Tehran university dorms. Tabarzadi's son Ali tells RFE/RL that his father, who is being held in solitary confinement, appeared well but thinner. He adds that his father has not been convicted of anything, but is charged with acting against national security. (Golnaz Esfandiari) Bar Association's No Support for Convicted Lawyers * Lawyer Mohammad-Ali Dadkhah, who along with five other lawyers who represented political activists and journalists has been sentenced to jail and suspension of his law license, tells RFE/RL that the bar association has done little in support of the convicted lawyers. The lawyers have complained to the Majles complaints committee that barring lawyers from practice is within the powers of the bar association and not within the jurisdiction of the court. Of the six lawyers, only Naser Zarafshan, who represented relatives of the victims of the 1998 serial murders of political dissidents, has gone to jail. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) Three Tabriz Government Officials Go to Jail on Corruption Charges * The heads of local tourism organization, the environmental protection institute, and the head of Tabriz's public transportation went to jail yesterday for illegally transferring public properties to their relatives and friends. Tabriz-based journalist Ensafali Hedayat tells RFE/RL that the three officials' conviction, which was recently approved by an appeals court, dates back to more than 6 years ago, when Ali-Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani was president. (Shireen Famili) Elections for Press Representative on the Press Supervision Board * In a gathering at the Tehran opera house Vahdat Hall, press publishers are to elect a representative to the seven-member press supervision board. The board includes representatives from the Majles, the judiciary, the culture ministry, the Supreme Leader and the press. Said Haqi, editor of the daily Mardomsalari (Democracy), and former publisher of the banned daily Melat, tells RFE/RL that if a conservative publisher replaces the present representative of the industry on the supervision council, the conservatives would gain the majority in the board. He says the press supervision board has influence on the issuance of publication permits, but has little power to protecting the press against judicial action. (Mina Baharmast) Khatami Goes to Turkey for the ECO Summit * President Mohammad Khatami went to Turkey in advance of the Monday's opening of the Economic Cooperation Organization's summit meeting. (Alireza Taheri) Tehran Hebrew Broadcast Uses a Different Language * In Hebrew broadcasts to Israel, Tehran abandons its official language against Israel, reports the Israeli daily Haaretz. Instead of calling it the Qods occupation regime, Tehran's Voice of David (Seda-ye Davud) radio calls Israel by its own name and avoids calling Palestinian suicide attacks acts of martyrdom. (Farideh Rahbar, Cairo) Iranian Publisher Seeks New Markets at Frankfurt Book Fair * Farideh Khal'atbari, head of Tehran-based Shabaviz publishing house, is the only of the 26 Iranian publishers at the Frankfurt book fair who has paid for her trip without financial support from the government. She says she publishes mostly original Iranian books, and very few of her backlist of 200 titles are translations. She says publishing is not a profitable business in Iran, due to heavy competition from state-owned enterprises. To survive, she needs to find international buyers for her titles. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) Second Secession of the Student Parliament Meets at the Majles * The student parliament, that mirrors the Majles in number of representatives, held its second session at the Majles building. Paris-based education commentator says the student Majles's election process teaches students about the political process. Oral History of Iran-Iraq War * Retired navy captain and history scholar Hamid Ahmadi, a former military advisor to President Khatami and chief of navy and author of several books on the Iran-Iraq war, remembers key events that changed the course of the war in an interview with RFE/RL. (Bahman Bastani) RFE/RL Roundtable: Evaluating Reforms * Tehran University political science professor Ahmad Naqibzadeh, nationalist-religious political activist Taqi Rahmani and Cologne-based leftist activist Mehdi Fatahpur of the Marxist Fedaiyan-e Khalq organization, evaluate Khatami's reforms in advance of the national convention of the 33 political parties and organizations that form the pro-Khatami reformist bloc. (Mehdi Khalaji) ARTS AND IDEAS Modeling and Ranking Photos of Others On line * Providing an opportunity for everyone to admire the beauty of Persian women, London-based Parsmodels.com offers portfolios of Iranian-born British models. But on aksrate.com and gherti.com, Iranians can post their own images or images of their friends and rank photos posted on these sites by others. Some put up images of their children to be judged by others, and some young Iranian girls have gathered over 2000 votes ranking them as "average." (Behnam Nateghi, New York) Daily medical advice Daily Book Review * RFE/RL's Tehran-based book critic Kamran Fani reviews "Hanuz dar safaram (I'm Still on the Road), a collection of poems and notes by contemporary poet Shorab Sepehri published by Nashr-e Farzan-e Ruz. Daily Science Report * Industrial and scientific application of shape memory alloys. (Fatemeh Aman, Washington) Song: Azadeh (Free) * RFE/RL's Frankfurt-based music critic plays Azadi, an old song by Ali Tajvidi on a poem by Rahi Moayeri, performed by 1970s' popular singer Haideh. Shadi (Joy) * Los Angeles DJ Afshin Gorgin spins the latest Persian pop tunes. WORLD * In the aftermath of his four-country Middle East tour, British foreign secretary Jack Straw said Iran, Egypt, Jordan and Kuwait hate Iraq. (Siavash Ardalan) * Vice president Taha Yasin Ramadan of Iraq says Iraq would open the previously off-limits presidential palaces to the UN weapons inspectors. (Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) * British foreign secretary said in London a day after his four-country Middle East tour that Iran, Egypt, Jordan and Kuwait do not oppose military action against Iraq, if the UN Security Council sanctions it. (Jean Khakzad, Paris) * PUK head Jalal Talebani tells al-Hayat that Iraqi Kurds do not seek secession and favor a democratic Iraq. (Fariba Mavedat, London) * German foreign minister says US Congress resolution giving US President special powers to use force against Iraq did not change German government's position against military action. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) * US plans to establish a military government in charge of Iraq, reports the New York Times. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * GCC countries complain about Qatari TV network al-Jazira's criticism of Arab rulers. (Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) * Kuwait links killer of US marine to al-Qaeda. (Farideh Rahbar, Cairo) * Italy arrests six Tunisians on al-Qaeda membership charges * US State Departments warns against possible al-Qaeda attack on US interests. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * France to close Sangaat refugee camp. (Jean Khakzad, Paris)

سايت خبري «رويداد،» ارگان حزب جبهه مشاركت ايران اسلامي، نوشت حجت الاسلام محمد علي ابطحي، معاون حقوقي و پارلماني رئيس جمهوري اسلامي، به همراه مشاوران رييس جمهوري، با مراجع تقليد در قم -- فاضل لنكراني، يوسف صانعي، مكارم شيرازي، موسوي اردبيلي، وحيد خراساني و صافي گلپايگاني -- ديدار كردند. محمد علي ابطحي اين ديدارها را عادي خواند، اما ناظران مي گويند ديدارها براي گفتگو در باره دو لايحه اصلاح قانون انتخابات و تبيين اختيارات رئيس جمهوري انجام شد. محافظه كاران از بيم از دست دادن قدرت، از تصويب اين دو لايحه جلوگيري مي كنند و به نظر مي رسد كه كار به مجمع تشخيص مصلحت نظام كشيده خواهد شد. اصلاح طلبان تهديد كرده اند كه در صورت عدم تصويب اين دو لايحه، از حاكميت كناره خواهند گرفت. حسين شريعتمداري مدير مسئول و نماينده رهبرجمهوري اسلامي در روزنامه كيهان گفت خروج از حاكميت بايد پيگرد قانوني در پي داشته باشد.

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