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پنجشنبه ۲۷ مهر ۱۳۹۶ تهران ۱۷:۱۶

تاكيد نخست وزير بريتانيا بر لزوم ادامه «گفتگوهای انتقادي» با جمهوري اسلامي

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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiFriday, February 27, 2004 <b>British PM Finds Guardians&apos; Bans on Candidates “Sad”</b> • “We engage for a reason: to make the world more secure and to try and encourage a process of change in Iran,” British Prime Minister Tony Blair said yesterday in his monthly press conference. “I would like to see all countries give their people the right to participate in full and free elections. And it&apos;s sad that so many of the candidates were disqualified from the recent elections in Iran,” he added. “I want to make it very clear to the Iranian authorities that there must be complete and total compliance with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). There can&apos;t be any partial compliance with that,” he said. (Alireza Taheri) • “In the aftermath of an electoral process, which very few regard as fair, we (the EU) obviously have big questions about the commitment of the Iranian authorities to some of the things that we believe in, the European Union&apos;s External Relations Commissioner Chris Patten said in Brussels yesterday, after meeting Nobel peace prize laureate Shirin Ebadi. The process of democracy in Iran had not been “overwhelming,” he added. Ebadi asked the EU not to impose sanctions on Iran, but in her speech at the European Parliament she asked the EU to insist on democracy and human rights in its dealings with Iran. She maintained that democracy and Islam were not incompatible, but said some Islamic governments abuse Islam for their own gains. (Nazi Azima) • Fifty-seven reformist MPs signed a petition to summon President Khatami to an impeachment hearing to explain what he did to fulfill his promise to hold free, fair and competitive elections, MP Reza Yousefianian, who had been banned from reelection, said. To impeach, the MPs need to collect 105 signatures. (Nazi Azima) • If it were not for internal squabbles, more people would have participated in the elections, former president Ali-Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani said today in a speech at the official Friday prayer ceremony at Tehran University. “The gentlemen who ran and were elected all had one slogan: development,” Rafsanjani said, adding that the new Majles will work on elimination of poverty, joblessness and inflation. (Bahman Bastani) • Police in Andimeshg arrested nationalist-religious activist <b>Ali-Mohammad Jahangiri</b>, after he distributed leaflets against participation in last Friday&apos;s elections, nationalist-religious activist in Andimeshg <b>Ezatollah Jaffari</b>, who has also been summoned by the local judiciary, tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. “During the busiest hour, there were not more than 10 people in each of 10 voting centers which I checked,” Jaffari says. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) • In today&apos;s <b>RadioFarda Roundtable</b>, which is devoted to the aftermath of the Majles elections, leftist Tehran University economics professor <b>Faribourz Raisdana</b> says officially 50 percent of eligible voters took part in the elections, but many dropped blank ballots in the boxes. He predicts that in the span of one year, during which new Majles will have to coexist with Khatami&apos;s reformist government, few changes can be expected, except the interior minister may resign. Tehran University political science professor <b>Sadeq Zibakalam</b> says: In every election many vote only to have their IDs stamped. The conservatives will not wait one year to change ministries of interior and intelligence, he adds. Mashhad-based pro-reform commentator <b>Mohammad Sadeq Javadi-Hesar</b> says blank votes, like not voting, are a political statement. The large number of blanks reduced the overall votes received by conservative candidates. He predicts that the conservative Majles will immediately change Khatami&apos;s interior minister and force out the head of the management and planning organization. • The disqualification of more than 2,400 election candidates shows that the clerical dictatorship does not want to reform itself, the spokesman of the parliamentary faction of Germany&apos;s social democrat and Christian democrat parties tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) • The Majles elections, in which the conservatives won a majority only after banning their rivals from running, was a turning point in Iranian politics, marking the end of President Khatami&apos;s Islamic democracy program, writes German daily <i> Rheinischer Merkur</i>. (Parviz Farhang) <b>Reformist MP Warns Against Return of Political Murders</b> • In a letter to President Khatami, Tehran MP Mohsen Mirdamadi, head of the Majles national security and foreign relations committee, called on him to prevent the recurrence of 1997 serial murders of dissidents by intelligence ministry agents. An article in the prison organization&apos;s official organ said “some” may kill a jailed journalist or political activist and blame it on the judiciary. An article in the reform faction&apos;s website Rooydad said returning to the pre-Khatami era, which has been promised by conservatives, such as daily <i>Keyhan</i>,s managing editor Hossein Shariatmadari, means the return to power of the likes of former deputy intelligence minister Said Emami, who admitted to organizing the murders of four dissident writers and activists. Opposition sources claim that Emami&apos;s team eliminated more than 50. (Keyvan Hosseini) <b>Intelligence Ministry Bans Writers Union&apos;s Gathering</b> • A few hours before nearly 200 members of the writers union could gather in a members-only meeting to elect a new board, the intelligence ministry summoned the union&apos;s directors and told them to call off the meeting, novelist and writers&apos; union member <b>Ali-Ashraf Darvishian</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. The meeting had already been postponed for more than a year, he adds. (Bahman Bastani) . ژان خاكزاد (راديوفردا): توني بلر، نخست وزير بريتانيا، بار ديگر از ادامه سياست گفتگوهاي انتقادي با جمهوري اسلامي دفاع كرد. نخست وزير بريتانيا كه ديروز در كنفرانس خبري ماهانه خود در لندن، برنامه هاي دولت خود را بر مي شمرد، تاكيد كرد جمهوري اسلامي بايد بي چون و چرا به تعهدات خود در برابر آژانس بين المللي انرژي اتمي عمل كند. انتخابات خبرساز، بحث انگيز و مورد اختلاف اخير در ايران، دولت هاي بريتانيا و ديگر كشورهاي غربي را در ادامه گفتگوهاي انتقادي با جمهوري اسلامي دچار دشواري هائي كرده است. عليرضا طاهري (راديوفردا): توني بلر در كنفرانس خبري ماهانه خود در حالي از ايران ياد مي كرد كه صداي تركش خبرهاي مربوط به انتخابات اخير مجلس شوراي اسلامي و رد گسترده صلاحيت هزاران نامزد نمايندگي در آن مجلس، خاموش نشده بود. بارونس سايمونز Baroness Symons، معاون امور خاورميانه در وزارت امورخارجه بريتانيا در دل صداي همين تركش ها بود كه يك روز پيشتر از توني بلر، تاكيد كرد كه بريتانيا از آنچه در انتخابات مجلس در ايران گذشته ناخشنود و متاسف است اما همچنان براي جمهوري اسلامي فرصتي قائل است تا آنچه را مجامع بين المللي از تهران انتظار دارند، به نمايش بگذارد. گفته هاي ديروز توني بلر نيز پژواكي از سخنان معاون وزارت امورخارجه كابينه اش بود. آقاي توني بلر گفت مايه تاسف است كه صلاحيت بسياري از نامزدهاي نمايندگي در انتخابات اخير در ايران رد شد. نخست وزير بريتانيا افزود به گمان من آنچه دولتها در سراسر جهان سرانجام تشخيص خواهند داد، اين است كه اگر به مردمسالاري، حكومت قانون و احترام به حقوق بشر روي كنند، نه تنها صرفا به سرزمين هائي بهتر براي زيستن بدل مي شوند، كه به سرزمين هائي رو به پيشرفت و شكوفائي بيشتر نيز بدل خواهند شد. با اين حال نخست وزير بريتانيا خود را ناگزير ديد كه از سياست ادامه گفتگوهاي انتقادي با جمهوري اسلامي دفاع كند. او در اين زمينه گفت ما به يك دليل پيوندها را با جمهوري اسلامي قطع نمي كنيم. به اين دليل كه جهان را امن تر سازيم و مشوق روند تغييرات در ايران باشيم. همزمان توني بلر بارديگر ناخشنودي خود را از انتخابات اخير در ايران اينچنين ابراز كرد: من مايلم همه حكومت ها به مردمان خود اجازه دهند در انتخاباتي يكسره آزادانه وكامل شركت كنند. نخست وزير بريتانيا با اشاره به اين نكته اطاعت جمهوري اسلامي از مقررات آژانس بين المللي انرژي اتمي را يكي از شرطهاي ادامه پيوند ميان لندن و تهران دانست. آقاي بلر گفت مايلم براي مسئولان جمهوري اسلامي كاملا روشن كنم كه بايد از مقررات آژانس بين المللي انرژي اتمي به صورتي كامل و تام و تمام اطاعت كنند. شوراي حكام آژانس بين المللي انرژي اتمي 11 روز ديگر در وين، مقر آن سازمان تشكيل جلسه مي دهد تا گزارش تازه مديركل آن آژانس در باره فعاليت هاي هسته اي جمهوري اسلامي را بررسي كند. اگر اين گزارش نشاني از نافرماني هاي جدي جمهوري اسلامي از مقررات بين المللي داشته باشد، پرونده هسته اي تهران به شوراي امنيت سازمان ملل متحد ارجاع خواهد شد و در آنجا احتمالا تحريماتي بين المللي براي جمهوري اسلامي همراه خواهد آورد. توني بلر، نخست وزير بريتانيا، بار ديگر از ادامه سياست گفتگوهاي انتقادي با جمهوري اسلامي دفاع كرد. توني بلر گفت: به اين دليل پيوندها را با جمهوري اسلامي قطع نمي كنيم كه جهان را امن تر سازيم و مشوق روند تغييرات در ايران باشيم. همزمان، توني بلر بارديگر ناخشنودي خود را از انتخابات اخير مجلس شوراي اسلامي اينچنين ابراز كرد: من مايلم همه حكومت ها به مردمان خود اجازه دهند در انتخاباتي يكسره آزادانه وكامل شركت كنند. نخست وزير بريتانيا اطاعت جمهوري اسلامي از مقررات آژانس بين المللي انرژي اتمي را يكي از شرطهاي ادامه پيوند ميان لندن و تهران دانست.