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شنبه ۲۷ آبان ۱۳۹۶ تهران ۱۸:۲۵

فراخوان انجمن دفاع از مطبوعات براي شكايت فردي و گروهي نشريات تعطيل شده از قوه قضائيه در دادسراي انتظامي قضات

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Summary of the Iran Stories of Today&apos;s BroadcastBehnam NateghiThursday, February 06, 2003 <b> EU Links Human Rights Improvement to Trade Talks</b> * The EU Commissioner for External Relations Chris Patten, on a four-day Tehran visit, urged the Islamic regime to improve human rights if it wants better economic relations with the EU. He said the resumption of talks on a comprehensive EU-Iran trade treaty would depend on clear evidence of respect for human rights, including an end to cruel Islamic punishments, such as death by stoning. He added that Iran should allow visits by the UN human rights investigators and the UN International Atomic Energy Agency&apos;s inspectors. (Jean Khakzad) * Patten told the Iranian officials that Iran can potentially play an important role in the international arena, and it is up to them to start playing that role now or twenty years from now. (Lily Sadr) <b>Foreign Minister Kharrazi to Meet British Prime Minister</b> * Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi, in London for a two-day visit, is scheduled to meet Prime Minister Tony Blair today. He tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that in his talks with British officials he would try to find a peaceful solution to the Iraq crisis. In a speech last night at the Royal Institute for International Relations, Kharrazi said the Islamic regime is against unilateral move against Iraq by the US, Britain or any other country. (Shahran Tabari) * London&apos;s Financial Times and Guardian ran stories on Foreign Minister Kharrazi&apos;s visit to London. (Fariba Mavedat) <b>Iran Air Omits "Persian" from the Persian Gulf</b> * In its monthly in-flight magazine, Iran&apos;s official airline, Iran Air, dropped the Persian in the Persian Gulf, calling the body of water historically named after Persia simply "al-Khailij," or the Gulf. A group of Tehran University professors protested against the omission in a letter to the airline. Washington-based anti-regime commentator tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the name change reflects the influence of the Arabs and non-Iranians, such as Palestinian militants and Iraqi-born judiciary chief Ayatollah Mahmoud Hashemi Shahroudi, in the Islamic regime. (Maryam Ahmadi) <b>Judiciary Releases Jailed Tolstoy Translator on Bail</b> * In a call from jail to the official news agency, IRNA, writer and Tolstoy translator Alireza Jabbari confirmed that he had been arrested by police on orders of the judiciary. In several interviews with Iranian and foreign media, Jabbari&apos;s wife and daughter had said since his arrest last month by plainclothes agents, their efforts to locate him have been unfruitful and none of the authorities contacted by the family would confirm his arrest or his place of detention. IRNA quoted an official familiar with his case that Jabbari has been indicted for crimes unrelated to his books and translations. (Shirin Famili) * Alireza Jabbari tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that he was released on bail today after more than a month of detention in a secret location. He adds that his arrest had to do with an interview he gave to the Toronto-based Shahrvand Persian weekly. He adds that the judiciary considered the interview a crime against Iran&apos;s national security. He adds that he thinks his arrest was also related to his activities in the Iranian Writers&apos; Association. (Mahmonir Rahimi) * Hasan Zerehi, editor of the Sharvand weekly, tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that Jabbari&apos;s interview in Shahrvand appeared a week after his arrest, which proves that the authorities were listening in on the interview. (Mahmonir Rahimi) <b>Freedom of the Press Defender Calls for Class Action Lawsuit against the Press Court</b> * The society for defense of press freedoms in Iran asked the owners of 90 banned magazines and newspapers to file a class action lawsuit against the press court judge Sa&apos;id Mortazavi in the judges&apos; disciplinary court. Last week, Mohammad Sadeq Ale-Es-haq, the head of the judges&apos; disciplinary court, said for the first time last week that the press court illegally based its ban on the 90 publications during the past three years on a law that is not applicable to press. Press law expert and historian Vahid Pour-Ostad tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that judge Sa&apos;id Mortazavi of the press court and his boss, Tehran judiciary chief Abbas-Ali Alizadeh, should defend their actions against the press in court, instead of inviting Ale-Es-Haq to a TV debate, as they did. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) <b>Workers Protest the Closing of Qom&apos;s Unisex Hospital</b> * Five-hundred employees of the Shahid Beheshti hospital in Qom demonstrated yesterday in front of that city&apos;s governor&apos;s office to protest the closing of the woman&apos;s only medical center that was owned by the Fatemieh women&apos;s medical school, which was closed two years ago by the healthcare ministry for poor academic standards. Qom-based physician and activist Dr. Akbar Karami tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the hospital staff were owed salaries at the time of the closing and a check made by a major religious figure who was among the hospitals&apos; directors bounced. He says the founders of this hospital and medical school had started a large scale experiment in gender segregation that backfired; otherwise they would have probably gone as far as dividing the entire city into separate sections for men and women. He adds that the school and hospital both failed due to the lack of enough patients, despite the financial favors that the founders received from the government and religious charities they owned. (Mahmonir Rahimi) <b>Foreign Investment Shuns Iran Despite Deals with 80 Nations</b> * The minister of finance and economic affairs said Iran has signed investment agreements with 44 countries and agreements with 40 more are being negotiated. <b>Radio Farda</b>&apos;s Paris-based economic commentator Fereydoun Khavand says the investment deals appear to be an effort to boost foreign investment, using the provision of the recent law for promotion and protection of foreign investments, but despite the large-scale agreement signing campaign, the low level of foreign investment in Iran has not improved. During the past few years, he adds, total foreign investment in Iran has not exceeded $200 million per year. <b>Student Activist Spends A Year in Jail for Interviews with Foreign Radios</b> * A friend of Farzad Hamidi, a spokesman of the society of Iranian students and university graduates, tells <b>Radio Farda</b> a day after Hamidi&apos;s release after spending one year in jail that Hamidi&apos;s crime was giving interviews to foreign Persian-speaking radios. He adds that the intelligence ministry officials ransacked Hamid&apos;s house, but could find anything, but they managed to get him convicted by using audiotapes of his interviews on foreign radios. He adds that Hamidi, who was a member of the "unauthorized" party Democratic Front, spent six months in solitary confinement. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) <b>Iran to Co-Manufacture 3000 Cars Per Year with Mercedes Benz</b> * Iran&apos;s largest automaker Iran-Khodro signed a deal with Germany&apos;s Mercedes Benz to make 2500 to 3000 luxury sedans per year. The final deal will be announced on March 21, the Persian New Year. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) . انجمن دفاع از آزادي مطبوعات ايران با صدور بيانيه اي از مديران مسول 90 نشريه توقيف شده از بهار سال 1379 تا كنون خواست با تنظيم شكايت فردي و جمعي در دادسراي انتظامي قضات نسبت به صدور احكام با استناد به مواد 12 و 13 قانون اقدامات تاميني و تربيتي دادخواهي نمايند. محمد صادق آل اسحق داستان دادگاه عالي انتظامي قضات استفاده از اين قانون را كه براي برخورد با بزهكاران، اوباش و مجرمان وضع شده، تخلف آشكاري بر عليه مقررات خواند. عباسعلي عليزاده رييس كل دادگستري تهران آقاي آل اسحق را دعوت به مناظره كرد. وحيد پور استاد، مدير مجموعه اسناد حقوقي مطبوعات ايران در تهران در مصاحبه با راديو فردا مي گويد: بايد توجه داشته باشيد كه تاكنون مديران مسول شكايت هايي را در اين زمينه به دادسراي انتظامي قضات تسليم كرده اند اما اينكه چرا اين پرونده ها در اين دادگاه مانده و نيتجه اش چه بوده، روشن نيست. من به عنوان يك ژورناليست حقوقي توصيه مي كنم چنانچه قاضي مرتضوي و آقاي عليزاده تمايل دارند، ترغيب كنند دادگاه انتظامي قضات را كه كيفر خواستي عليه آنها صادر شود توسط داسرا و پرونده آنها بدليل اين توقيف ها بيايد در دادگاه رسيدگي شود و آنها بيايند آنجا استدلال هاي خودشان را ارائه دهند به صورت دفاعيه نه مناظره. چون معلوم است اين مسئله در يك مناظره حل نمي شود. انجمن دفاع از آزادي مطبوعات ايران با صدور بيانيه اي از مديران مسئول 90 نشريه توقيف شده از بهار سال 1379 تا كنون خواست با تنظيم شكايت فردي و گروهي در دادسراي انتظامي قضات نسبت به صدور احكام تعطيل نشريات دادخواهي نمايند. محمد صادق آل اسحق، داستان دادسراي عالي انتظامي قضات، استناد قوه قضائيه به قانون تامينات را كه براي برخورد با بزهكاران، اوباش و مجرمان وضع شده، براي بستن مطبوعات، غيرقانوني دانست. وحيد پوراستاد، مدير مجموعه اسناد حقوقي مطبوعات ايران در تهران در مصاحبه با راديو فردا مي گويد: من به عنوان يك ژورناليست حقوقي توصيه مي كنم قاضي مرتضوي و عباسعلي عليزاده، رئيس دادگستري استان تهران، در دادگاه انتظامي قضات حاضر شوند و استدلال هاي خود را ارائه دهند. زيرا برخلاف نظر عليزاده، اين مسئله در يك مناظره تلويزيوني با دادستان دادسراي انتظامي قضات كه تعطيل مطبوعات را غيرقانوني اعلام كرده است، حل نمي شود.