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بيانيه جبهه مشاركت ايران اسلامي در باره انتخابات مجلس هفتم و آينده سياسي كشور

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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiWednesday, March 03, 2004 <b>Iran Stops Pilgrimage to Iraq</b> • Iran halted all pilgrimage to Shiite holy cities in Iraq, after more than twenty Iranians died in yesterday&apos;s attacks in Karbala and Baghdad. (Siavash Ardalan) • At least 22 Iranians were among those killed in the attacks Tuesday in Iraq, deputy interior minister Ali-Asghar Ahmadi said. The US forces had warned the pilgrims of possible terrorist attacks, and many Iranians had left Karbala on Wednesday during the self-flagellation festival. Many prayer leaders said in their sermons today that the Iraqi Sunnis must not be blamed for the attacks which were the works of the terrorists. (Arash Qavidel, Tehran) • The terrorists probably crossed into Iraq with thousands of Iranian pilgrims, a senior US-led coalition official said Wednesday. (Fariba Mavedat) • Vice president for legislative affairs Mohammad-Ali Abtabhi blamed al-Qaeda for the attacks on Shiite mourners. (Mahdieh Javid) <b>Nationalist Opposition Calls Train Blast Political</b> • The blast last week near Nishapur of 51 cargo train cars carrying fuel, sulfur and pesticides, and the many plane crashes that kill hundreds every year, indicate that for the authorities remaining in power has been more important than the rights of the citizens, nationalist opposition party Freedom Movement of Iran (FMI) said in a statement. The daily newspaper of the state radio-TV monopoly <i>Jam-e Jam</i> questioned the official reports that said the blast killed 300, wounded 460, leveled 89 homes and caused 220 billion rials of damage. (Keyvan Hosseini) <b>IAEA Chief Hails Iran&apos;s Cooperation</b> • “We are clearly moving in the right direction,” International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) chief Mohamed ElBaradei said of Iran&apos;s cooperation in providing information about its nuclear program. “If you compare where we were a year ago and where we are today, that&apos;s a sea change,” ElBaradei said in Brussels before meeting European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana. “I hope, sometime in the future - should Iran continue to cooperate, continue to give us all the details - we should be able to see some light at the end of the tunnel,” ElBaradei said. (Ardavan Niknam) • The conservatives&apos; victory in the Majles elections will do little to change Iran&apos;s stance vis-à-vis IAEA, <b>Leonard Spector</b>, an expert at the Washington Center for Nonproliferation Studies, tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. The conservatives under the Supreme Leader agreed to halt uranium enrichment, which led to the October accord with the three European foreign ministers – something that the Khatami government could not have done on its own, he adds. (Amir Armin) • Iran had not provided information about its access to designs for the P2 generation of uranium enriching centrifuge equipment, and did not disclose that it had produced plutonium 210, which is used for triggering nuclear blasts, ElBaradei said in an interview with the BBC-TV. (Fariba Mavedat) <b>RSF Condemns Prosecution of Journalists over Promoting Elections Boycott</b> • The Paris-based advocacy group Reporters Sans Frontiers condemned judiciary&apos;s prosecution of journalists who promoted elections boycott and spoke up against the Guardians Council&apos;s mass disqualification of reformist candidates. Among those summoned to courts is Emadedin Baqi, whose article appeared in the last issue of the banned daily <i>Yaas-e Now</i>. (Nima Tamadon) <b>Riots Erupt in Baneh After Police Kill A Man</b> • After police shot and killed a man by the name of Ali Faraji, riots erupted in the Kurdistan province city of Baneh. Mobs attacked the provincial government&apos;s offices, broke windows and set fire to vehicles; the unrest was put down by the police, according to Paris-based spokesman of the Kurdistan Democratic Party <b>Khosrow Abdollahi</b>, who tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that no reason has been given for the shooting. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) <b>Revolutionary Guards Clash with Young Revelers Uptown Tehran</b> • The revolutionary guards and special police units beat, dispersed or arrested young men and women who had turned out in black outfits to join the mourners in the Ashura Shiite festival, but subverted the event into an anti-regime demonstrations. The clashes began shortly after 7 PM last night when young men in jeans and black tee-shirts, accompanied by groups of girls in black, started walking down the Mirdamad streets carrying candles mounted on rocks, which they later used in clashes with the security forces. (Mahbubeh Shad) <b>Khaf Calms Down after Two Days of Sunni-Shiite Clashes</b> • The Khorasan province&apos;s city of Khaf was calm today after two days of clashes between extremist Sunni and Shiite groups, according to Mashhad-based journalist <b>Mohammad-Sadeq Javadi-Hesar</b>, who tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that 98 percent of the border town&apos;s residents are Sunnis, but the town becomes a gathering place of the Shiite mourners who descend on it from surrounding villages for the Shiite self-flagellation festival. Clashes, which involved burning government offices and breaking bank windows, began two days ago as the villagers were returning home in the afternoon, he adds. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) <b>Majles Authorizes Use of Surplus Fund for Deficits</b> • As a part of the budget bill for the upcoming fiscal year, the Majles authorized the use of $5 billion from the foreign currency surplus deposit fund to cover cash shortfalls. Head of the fund&apos;s board of directors Bayazid Mardoukhi said using the fund for any purpose other than to cover possible fall in the price of oil would be unlawful, since the fund had been set up as a safeguard against oil price fluctuations. Tehran-based economist <b>Mehdi Taqavi</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the Majles appropriated $3.5 billion for development projects, and $1.5 billion to repay some of the country&apos;s short-term debt, and in both cases, using the fund is in the interest of the economy. (Fereydoun Zarnegar) <b>Iranian Women&apos;s Rights Defenders to Participate in Toronto Conference against Islamic Law Courts in Canada</b> • A group of Iranian defenders of women&apos;s rights will take part in a conference against the establishment of Islamic courts in Canada, conference organizer <b>Homa Arjomand</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. The Islamic courts, which a group of 30 Muslim activists are demanding to establish in Canada, would allow Muslim Canadian men to unilaterally divorce their wives, she adds. (Maryam Aghvami, Toronto) . علي سجادي (راديو فردا): جبهه مشارکت ايران اسلامي با انتشار بيانيه اي به تحليل مواضع خود در رابطه با انتخابات مجلس هفتم و آينده سياسي کشور پرداخته است. مريم احمدي گزارشي دارد از چکيده اين بيانيه: مريم احمدي (راديو فردا): بيانيه با تاکيد بر ضرورت مردمسالاري در جهان کنوني و در جامعه ايران آغاز مي کند و در ادامه مي گويد روند برگزاري انتخابات مجلس هفتم، رويهاي جديد براي تغيير قاعده و نظم مشارکت و رقابت سياسي و پروژه اي براي حذف ملت در اعمال اراده سياسي و حاکميت ملي بود. جبهه مشارکت ايران اسلامي در بيانيه خود مي گويد: حاصل بي اثر کردن نقش و راي مردم در عرصه سياسي معالا بي تفاوتي نسبت به مسائل اساسي کشور از سوي نخبگان و آحاد جامعه است و حکومتي که نخبگان و مردمش نسبت به آن بيتفاوت شوند، مسلما از توان و اقتدار لازم براي حفظ منافع ملي برخوردار نخواهد بود. تدوين کنندگان بيانيه جبهه مشارکت بر اين عقيده هستند که مسئله اصلي نه ميزان شرکت يا عدم شرکت مردم و برنده يا بازنده شدن محافظه کاران يا اصلاح طلبان، بلکه چرخشي است که در جهت گيري و نحوه انجام انتخابات روي داد. در متن بيانيه چنين آمده است: انتخاب روش حذف رقيب براي برنده شدن در بازي بي رقابت که با استفاده همه رانت ها و امتيازهاي پنهان و اشکار بخش هاي مختلف حکومت و با اعمال نظارت استصوابي صورت گرفت، حاکي از آن است که جزيان محافظه کار انتخابات مجلس هفتم را بخشي از سازماندهي سراسري خود براي تسخير قوه مقننه و پس از آن قوه مجريه مي داند. در بخش ديگري از بيانيه آمده است: تضعيف الگوي جمهوري‌خواهي اسلامي و استحاله مفهوم دموکراسي ديني در جهان انديشه و سياست، اگر نيک نگاه شود، براي کشور و نظام در حد يک خسارت ملي به حساب مي آيد. بي توجهي به جمهوريت محصول تفسيرهاي يکجانبه و تنگ نظرانه از اسلام است که در نهايت به هر دو وجه نظام در شرايط پر شتاب ايران و جهان آسب مي رساند. جبهه مشارکت در بيانيه خود درباره عوارض کوتاه مدت انتخابات مي نويسد: روشن است که جريان برنده در انتخابات مي کوشد با نرمش در عرصه اجتماعي، انعطاف در روابط خارجي، و محدوديت در عرصه سياسي در انتخابات رياست جمهوري برنده شود و قوه مجريه را هم زير کنترل داشته باشد و در اين راستا اعمال محدوديت و ايجاد موانع جديد در حوزه هاي سياسي، فرهنگي، مطبوعاتي، رسانه‌اي، دانشجويي، دانشگاهي، و نهادهاي مدني دور از واقعيت نيست. جبهه مشارکت در پايان تداوم جريان اصلاح‌طلبي را گريزناپذير و انجام فعاليت‌هاي مدني و سياسي را حق مسلم خود مي‌داند و وعده مي‌دهد با تقويت هرچه بيشتر بنيادهاي نظري و سازماني خود، در جهت پيشبرد فعاليت‌هاي مدني، حزبي، و ارائه برنامه‌هاي عملي بلندمدت و کوتاه مدت به منظور پي‌گيري مطالبات اصلاح‌طلبانه مردم در همه عرصه‌ها و استيفاي حق حاکميت ملي و برگزاري انتخابات آزاد و عادلانه در همه سطوح بکوشد. حزب جبهه مشارکت ايران اسلامي در بيانيه اي اعلام كرد روند برگزاري انتخابات مجلس هفتم، رويه اي جديد براي تغيير قاعده و نظم مشارکت و رقابت سياسي و پروژه اي براي حذف ملت در اعمال اراده سياسي و حاکميت ملي بود. جبهه مشارکت تداوم جريان اصلاح‌طلبي را گريزناپذير و انجام فعاليت‌هاي مدني و سياسي را حق مسلم خود دانست و وعده داد با تقويت هرچه بيشتر بنيادهاي نظري و سازماني خود، در جهت پيشبرد فعاليت‌هاي مدني، حزبي، و ارائه برنامه‌هاي عملي بلندمدت و کوتاه مدت به منظور پي‌گيري مطالبات اصلاح‌طلبانه مردم در همه عرصه‌ها و استيفاي حق حاکميت ملي و برگزاري انتخابات آزاد و عادلانه در همه سطوح بکوشد.