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یکشنبه ۲۸ شهریور ۱۴۰۰ تهران ۲۳:۳۳

معاون پارلماني رئيس جمهوري اسلامي برخورد قوه قضائيه با وكيلان دادگستري را محكوم كرد.

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Summary of Today's BroadcastRFE/RL Persian ServiceTuesday, October 15, 2002 - VP Abtahi condemns lawyers' convictions - Khatami visits Ukraine - Khatami meets Azerbaijan's Aliev - Inflow of gold and capital to Iran - Hospitals admit nonpaying patients - Medical board law reform - Protection of the handicapped - Higher prices of construction metals - New wave of Afghan drugs head for Europe - Tehran stock index drops sharply - Islam and violence: RFE/RL Roundtable VP Abtahi Condemns Convictions * Vice president for legislative affairs Mohammad-Ali Abtahi condemned the trial and conviction of the lawyers of political activists and journalists, including that of Nasser Zarafshan, lawyer of the families of the victims of 1999 serial murders of dissidents by intelligence ministry agents. (Siavash Ardalan) Khatami Visits Ukraine * President Mohammad Khatami arrived in Kiev for a two-day official visit, as his host president Leonid Kuchma was indicted for having approved the sale of advanced radar equipment to Iraq in violation of the UN Security Council resolutions. (Jamshid Zand) Khatami Meets Aliev * President Mohammad Khatami and Azerbaijan's President Gaider Aliev agreed to disagree on the Caspian legal regime during a meeting last night on the margins of the Economic Cooperation Organization summit in Istanbul. (Alireza Taheri) Inflow of Gold and Capital to Iran * Iran has experienced a net inflow of capital and gold bullion for the first time since the 1979 Islamic revolution. It has been drawn by domestic investment opportunities and driven by financial insecurity outside the country following the September 11 attacks on the US, writes Tehran-based reporter Guy Dinmore in today's Financial Times. (Jamshid Zand) Hospitals to Admit All Emergency Patients * MP Mohammad-Ali Kuzehgar, member of the Majles healthcare committee said the 2002-2003 budget law makes it illegal for hospitals to reject nonpaying patients. He said 550 billion rials has been set aside in the budget to compensate hospitals for emergency service to nonpaying patients. Tehran economist Habib Chini tells RFE/RL that government employees, military personnel, teachers and workers are covered under various insurance plans. Since enactment of the new budget law there has been no new report on hospitals refusing to admit emergency patients unable to pay. (Fereydoun Zarnegar) Medical Board Law Reform * MP Alireza Nuri, head of the Majles healthcare committee, said the Majles will soon vote on a bill to reform Iran's medical board (Nezam Pezeshki-ye Iran). Dr. Babak Qarai-Moqadam, a member of the Tehran general practitioners' association, tells RFE/RL that the new law would transfer to the medical board functions taken away from it in 1989, when the healthcare ministry was last reformed. However, he is unsure that the reforms would include giving the medical board the authority to set tariffs for medical services. He says the reform bill mainly covers the election procedure of the board's governing council. Larger towns and cities would have more delegates than small towns in the committee that elects the head of the medical board. (Golnaz Esfandiari) Editor of Daily Braille Newspaper Asks for Legal Protections for the Handicapped * On the occasion of the international day for the visually impaired, Soheil Moini, editor of the daily Iran-e Sefid (White Iran), Iran's only Braille script national newspaper, tells RFE/RL that in a letter to President Khatami, he called for the formation of a committee, which would include representatives of the visually impaired community, to draft a new law to protect the handicapped in Iran. He says at the moment, all government agencies refer the handicapped to the welfare organization (Sazeman-e Behzisti), which lacks adequate resources and personnel. (Mahmonir Rahimi) Middlemen Push the Price of Construction Metals Higher * Major government-owned steel factories deliver their product at low official prices only to a few large middlemen who then sell them at higher prices, according to Tehran-based economic journalist Mohammad-Reza Balideh. He tells RFE/RL that steel factories refuse to sell to end users. Iran produces 2.5 million tons of steel and construction metals and imports 700,000 tons from abroad, whereas it needs 4 million tons of steel per year. (Fereydoun Zarnegar) Afghanistan Floods Europe with Drugs through Iran * A new wave of drugs head for Europe from Afghanistan via Iran, as the Afghan central government proves incapable of eradicating opium cultivation, writes Tehran-based reporter Guy Dinmore in the Financial Times. (Alireza Taheri) Stock Prices Fall in Tehran Stock Market * Anticipating US military action against Iraq, stock prices dropped sharply in the Tehran stock exchange. Market managers asked government banks to support stock prices by investing in the market. (Fereydoun Khavand, Paris) Civil Society and Human Rights * Washington-based lawyer and human rights advocate Mehrangiz Kar says rights of women, minorities and the non-religious have been ignored in the legislative system created by the Islamic regime. RFE/RL's Roundtable: Islam and Violence * Brown University professor William Beeman, Ohio Wesleyan professor Akbar Mehdi, and Qom cleric Ahmad Qabel discuss recent statements by Christian televangelists Jerry Falwell and Pat Robinson about Islam and violence. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) ARTS AND IDEAS Daily Internet Report * Five Tehran-based correspondents of British, French, German and Dutch newspapers offer their articles on Iran on iranreporter.com, a website dedicated to news and analysis. (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 "Love in the Night-Stricken Passages (Eshq dar Gozargah-hayeh Shabzadeh)" a literary criticism of contemporary Persian love poetry by Mehri Behfar, published by Hirmand books. Daily Science Report * To cleanse soil from arsenic, genetic researchers created microscopic plants that feed on arsenic. (Fatemeh Aman, Washington) Cairo International Film Festival begins tonight. (Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) Persian Musical Instruments Seminar in The Hague * More than 120 instrument makers and music students from around Europe participated in the eight Persian musical instrument seminar being held this week in The Hague. Khosrow Jafarzadeh spoke about ways to appreciate Persian traditional music. Ramin Jazayeri, Tehran-based instrument maker, gave a lecture and demonstration on the setar technique of Abolhasan Saba. Golamreza Mirhashemi, another Tehran-based instrument maker, showed a film and demonstrated making tar and setar, two Persian string instruments. Jazayeri tells RFE/RL that after the revolution almost all kinds of music were banned, except for Persian traditional music. As a result many young people began studying tar and setar. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) Afghan Master Singer * Singer Abdol-Ahmad Hamahang was honored Afghan music master, one of the four to achieve the rank, which began 35 years ago by naming Farideh (Mahvash) as master. (Shireen Famili) Song: Del-e Divaneh (Crazy Heart) * RFE/RL's Frankfurt-based music critic plays Del-e Divaneh, based on the poetry of Rahi Moayeri, performed by the 1950s' popular singer Vigen, who celebrated his 50th year on stage three months ago in Los Angeles. Shadi (Joy) * Los Angeles DJ Afshin Gorgin plays the latest Persian pop tunes. Love Stories from the Shahnameh * Dr. Sadredin Elahi continues his recitation of the love story of Shirin va Farhad, based on poetry by 15th Century poet Vahshi Bafqi. WORLD * UNICEF says 7 million children are threatened with death from hunger. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) * France holds food celebration week. (Jean Khakzad, Paris) * Security forces foil a hijacking attempt on board a Saudi Arabia passenger jet on route to Riyadh from Khartoum. (Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) * US President condemns deadly bombing attack in Bali. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * Iraqis vote in a referendum on Saddam Hussein's presidency. (Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) * Instead of dial tone, Iraqis hear Saddam's voice and a slogan in support of Saddam when they pick up their phones to make a call. (Jean Khakzad, Paris) * Kuwait and Jordan hold joint military maneuvers with US forces. (Farideh Rahbar, Cairo) * Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon arrives in Washington for talks that would include Israel's reaction to the possible US attack on Iraq. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * Paris-based Reporters sans Frontiers calls for freedom of three Palestinian reporters held without any charges in Israeli jails. (Jean Khakzad, Paris) * Italy's Fiat lays closes a manufacturing site, and lays off 8,000. (Ahmad Ra'fat, Rome)

حجت الاسلام محمدعلي ابطحي معاون پارلماني رئيس جمهوري اسلامي گفت محاكمه وكلاي پرونده هاي سياسي و مطبوعاتي، فضاي قضائي كشور را ناامن مي كند. وي از وكيل خاصي نام نبرد اما آخرين مورد و پرسروصداترين برخورد قوه قضائيه با يك وكيل دادگستري، محاكمه و حبس ناصر زرافشان، وكيل بستگان قربانيان قتل هاي زنجيره اي دگرانديشان توسط ماموران وزارت اطلاعات جمهوري است.

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