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یکشنبه ۱ مهر ۱۳۹۷ تهران ۲۰:۲۱

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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiSunday, September 21, 2003 <b>Putin Accuses US Companies of Cooperating with Iran on Dual-Use Technology</b> • Russia&apos;s intelligence agencies have information that many EU and US companies cooperated with Iran&apos;s nuclear industry, “including on the dual-purpose technology,” Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday. Russia will share the information with other countries, after further investigation, he added. He said reports that Russia assisted in Iran&apos;s nuclear weapons program were not “real.” He urged Iran to sign the additional protocol of the UN nuclear non-proliferation treaty, if it does not have a nuclear weapons program. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) • Friday prayer leaders across the country urged the government not to sign the additional protocol and reject the resolution of the International Atomic Energy Agency&apos;s board of governors that gave Iran until the end of October to prove that it is not developing nuclear weapons. The reformist and conservative figures expressed different positions on the resolution, but there appears to be an agreement among the two ruling factions on the need to resist the international pressures. (Bahman Bastani) • Due to the unusual nature of the IAEA resolution, the country&apos;s elected institutions and “the other faction” should both sign it, writes the reformist daily <i>Etemad</i>. (Behnam Nateghi, New York) • The cold response that the three European powers, Britain, France and Germany received from Iran to their offer of nuclear cooperation in exchange for Iran&apos;s signing the additional protocol, helped align them with the US in support for the IAEA&apos;s deadline resolution, the London daily <i>Guardian</i> writes. (Amir Armin) • No decision has yet been made on signing the additional protocol, foreign ministry spokesman Hamid-Reza Asefi said on Sunday. Iran reserves the right to reject the resolution, he addds. (Fariba Mavedat) • The signing of the additional protocol is to Iran&apos;s own advantage, IAEA chief Mohamed ElBaradei said in an interview with the Egyptian daily <i>al-Ahram</i>. (Ali Sajjadi) <b>Guardians Council&apos;s Provincial Offices Begin Collecting Information on Potential Candidates </b> • The Guardians Council&apos;s central election supervisory committee invited the public to report to its provincial offices on the background and character of potential applicants for candidacy in the Majles elections. The Guardians Council supervised previous elections through provisional supervisory councils, which were dissolved after each election. The new permanent provincial offices, for which the Guardians received budget this year, would duplicate the intelligence gathering role of the intelligence ministry and the courts, the reformists critics charged. Cabinet spokesman Abdollah Ramezanzadeh said the election supervision offices in provincial centers are illegal, and were not approved by the planning and budget organization. Interior minister Abdolvahed Mussavi-Lari prohibited local administrations from helping the Guardians Council&apos;s offices. However, the supreme administrative court of justice ruled that the Guardians Council was within its rights to conduct its constitutional role as the elections supervisor as it sees fit, since the constitution has designated the Guardians Council as the sole interpreter of its provisions. The Guardians Council holds that its election supervision means vetting all the applicants for candidacy, and it would need more detailed information on the applicants than it can obtain from the courts, police and the intelligence ministry. (Jamshid Zand) <b>Soroush Defends Islamic Modernism</b> • The conduct of the government has made anything beginning with “Islamic” dismissible in the mind of the public, leading advocate of Islamic modernism Abdolkarim Soroush said in an interview with the Tehran daily <i>Yas Now</i>. He said the secular intellectuals&apos; argument that Islam and democracy are inherently incompatible is damaging to Iran&apos;s Islamic society, as it moves towards democracy. (Mehdi Khalaji) <b> US Military Assistance to Azerbaijan Irritates Iran</b> • The US Coast Guard gave Azerbaijan navy a patrol boat on Saturday, as a part of a US-Azeri naval assistance program, which has angered Iran. US Coast Guard Vice-Admiral Thomas V. Barrett attended the ceremonial handover of the vessel in the Azeri capital Baku, becoming the most senior US naval officer to visit the former Soviet republic. Tehran complained that US military assistance to Azerbaijan represents a military build-up against it. US Ambassador Reno Harnish denied any link between the aid and Iran. “The assistance to (Azerbaijan&apos;s) maritime border guards is not a threat to any third country,” he told reporters at the Baku ceremony. (Masoud Malek) <b> Khatami Aid Accuses Radio-TV of Censoring President&apos;s News</b> • The state radio-TV monopoly that is under the control of the conservative faction, misrepresents President Khatami&apos;s and Majles speaker Mehdi Karrubi&apos;s views and comments by over editing and selective quotating, Khatami&apos;s representative to the radio-TV board said in an interview with the official news agency IRNA. (Mina Baharmast) <b>Roundtable: Paths to Democracy</b> In today&apos;s Human Rights and Democracy Roundtable, all four speakers at the London Sokhan Society&apos;s last Saturday conference, Iran&apos;s Paths to Democracy, comment about the future of the democracy movement. • The first thing some of us in exile have to learn about democracy is that sometimes and maybe for a long time, we may not like the people&apos;s vote, but we have to live with it. The biggest obstacle to democracy is the Islamic Republic, because even its reformist faction wants a democracy based on the clerical rule, and including only the insiders, Geneva-based former newspaper publisher, information minister and activist for democratic monarchy <b>Dariush Homayoun</b> says. • President Khatami and many other religious leaders portray the proponents of secular democracy as anti-religion, but at the center of the move towards democracy are the activists for secular democracy, who respect religion. The path to democracy goes through popular institutions, such as unions and trade associations. We have to help them organize and voice their demands, London-based leftist activist <b>Bijan Hekmat</b> says. • A democratic movement will inevitably be pluralist, and various groups with different political agendas can take part in it with the common goal of removing the Islamic Republic, leftist activist and board member of the revolutionary organization “Rah-e Kargar (Worker&apos;s Path)” <b>Taqi Ruzbeh</b> says. • Iran&apos;s path to democracy is through democratic forces, but we have had little democratic experience, and the culture of democracy and the issue of human rights have not been institutionalized in our society. To establish a large democratic front, we need to organize around the respect for human rights, and the rejection of violent forces within all different political groups, including the Islamists, the monarchists, the secular republicans and the leftists, human rights advocate <b>Hossein Baqerzadeh</b> says. (Shahran Tabari) . عبدالله رمضانزاده، سخنگوي دولت، با تاکيد بر اينکه مرجع تشخيص قانوني و يا غير قانوني بودن هر تشکيلاتي در کشور، سازمان مديريت و برنامه ريزي است، گفت: اين سازمان اعلام کرده است که دفاتر نظارتي شوراي نگهبان، غير قانوني هستند و بنابراين از نظر دولت هم اين دفاتر نمي توانند منشا قانوني داشته باشند. آقاي رمضانزاده در مورد نحوه اقدام دولت و وزارت كشور در مورد دفاتر نظارتي شوراي نگهبان گفت: هنوز نمي دانيم، ولي از هر نهادي كه وظيفه آن پاسداري از قانون اساسي است، انتظار تخلف از قانون وجود ندارد. او همچنين با اشاره به مصوبات مجمع تشخيص مصلحت نظام، در مورد استناد هيئتهاي نظارت بر انتخابات شوراي نگهبان، به مراجعي غير از مراجع تعيين شده در قانون، گفت: دلايل رد صلاحيت به خود افراد و به شكل مستند گفته مي شود. اين درحالي است كه روز گذشته، هيئت مركزي نظارت بر انتخابات شوراي نگهبان، طي بيانيه اي از مردم خواست تا اطلاعات خود در مورد عملكرد دستگاههاي اجرايي و داوطلبان نمايندگي را به دفاتر اين شورا ارائه دهند. روابط عمومي شوراي نگهبان همچنين اعلام كرده است كه برخي از مسئولان شهرستانها و بخشها، در امر انتخابات دخالت مي كنند و شماري از نامزدهاي انتخاباتي نيز به تبليغات زودهنگام دست زده اند. هيات مركزي نظارت بر انتخابات شوراي نگهبان، در نشست اخير خود، آيت الله جنتي را به عنوان رئيس اين هيات و سيد محمد جهرمي را به عنوان سخنگوي خود انتخاب كرد. همچنين 5 نفر از جمله دكتر غلامحسين الهام، سخنگوي قوه قضاييه، به عنوان اعضاي هيات نظارت بر انتخابات در استان تهران انتخاب شده اند. درحالي كه سخنگوي دولت، دفاتر نظارتي شوراي نگهبان را غير قانوني خوانده و وزير كشور به استانداران دستور داده است از در اختيار گذاشتن هرگونه امكانات دولتي به دفاتر نظارتي شوراي نگهبان خودداري كنند، مسئولان شورا همچنان بدون توجه به اخطارهاي مكرر دولت به بازكردن دفاتر نظارتي و صدور دستورالعمل در اين مورد ادامه مي دهند. درحالي كه سخنگوي دولت جمهوري اسلامي، دفاتر نظارتي شوراي نگهبان را غير قانوني خواند و وزير كشور به استانداران دستور داد تا از در اختيار گذاشتن هرگونه امكانات دولتي به دفاتر نظارتي شوراي نگهبان خودداري كنند، مسئولان شورا همچنان بدون توجه به اخطارهاي مكرر دولت به بازكردن دفاتر نظارتي و صدور دستورالعمل در اين مورد ادامه مي دهند. عبدالله رمضانزاده، سخنگوي دولت، گفت که سازمان مديريت و برنامه ريزي، دفاتر نظارتي شوراي نگهبان را غير قانوني اعلام کرد و بنابراين از نظر دولت هم اين دفاتر نمي توانند منشا قانوني داشته باشند. با اينحال روز گذشته، هيات مركزي نظارت بر انتخابات شوراي نگهبان، طي بيانيه اي از مردم خواست تا اطلاعات خود در مورد عملكرد دستگاههاي اجرايي و داوطلبان نمايندگي را به دفاتر اين شورا ارائه دهند.