Sunday, September 25, 2016

Iran Presidential Election 2017: Ready For Change?

Iran Presidential Election 2017: Ready For Change?

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The Iran Presidential Election 2017 may see a change in regime.

One of the alternatives for President Hassan Rouhani could have been Maryam Rajavi, an anti-fundamentalist president-elect for the National Council of Resistance of Iran. But, the present constitution does not allow women in Iran to be electoral candidates.

Rajavi has a ten-point plan for future Iran. According to the plan, Iran will be a democratic country where the ballot box will decide everything.

Rajavi’s efforts are interesting to note since another woman, Hillary Rodham Clinton, is trying to be the first woman president of the United States. These two countries have an interesting relation.

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Even though Iran agreed to Washington’s efforts for the nuclear deal, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei has always been critical about it. The Iran Presidential Election 2017 may decide his faith as well.

Australia Network News spoke to Shahin Gobadi of the NCRI Foreign Affairs Committee. In the exclusive interview, Gobadi talked in detail about Rajavi’s plan for a secular Iran. According to him, the plan “articulates what kind of a future Iran” NCRI envisions to have.

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When asked about having a wide range of support from around the world, Gobadi said that the main support for NCRI was coming from Iran itself. “This movement is based on a very very extensive popular support among Iranians inside and outside Iran, who see this movement as the hope to … establish democracy,” Gobadi said.

“More than 120,000 of the activists of the People’s Mujahidin of Iran have been executed in Iran in the past 35 years.”

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Gobadi believes Australia, like all other Western countries, should be more vocal against the human rights violation in Iran. He asks Australia not to have any relation with the companies which may be directly or indirectly related to Revolutionary Guards.

On July 9, NCRI is going to have a major gathering called “Free Iran” in Paris. People from all over the world and hundreds of dignitaries from all five continents are expected to take part in the Saturday event. According to Gobadi, around 100,000 people took part in the event in 2015. Here is a video about the event.

The Iran Presidential Election 2017 is going to be a crucial one. However, many in the opposition believe the election is rigged and has no legitimacy.

  • zohrehtosi

    I’m agree with you and you are right.

  • SaharAzadi

    Next election in Iran is ours.Iran regime must change and #Iran will be free with #MaryamRajavis’ ten-point plan for future Iran.

  • SaharAzadi

    #MaryamRajavis’ ten-point plan for future Iran: In our view, the ballot box is the only criterion for legitimacy. Accordingly, we seek a republic based on universal suffrage.

  • behzad

    If hold a free elections in Iran certainly #MaryamRajavi will be win

  • shimash

    We will support this project
    Rajavi has a ten-point plan for future Iran. According to the plan, Iran will be a
    democratic country where the ballot box will decide everything.

  • paria

    Iran will be free with #Maryam Rajavis’ ten-point plan

  • Galaxy hope

    Iran regime dosen’t blieve in democracy. so it dosen’t hold a free election.

  • Sardar Azadi

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  • Nancy Smith

    Maryam Rajavi, an anti-fundamentalist, should be the alternative for #Iran presidential election2017 & change regime

  • jamilhebany90

    Stop appeasing the mullahs

  • jamilhebany90

    Iranian youngsters are being kept in jail on bogus charges. Many of them are on hunger strike. How do you explain doing business with mullahs?

  • jamilhebany90

    Why must the people of Iran with black gold under their feet starve?

  • peymaneh

    Maryam Rajavi is surely has the most progressive plan for a free democratic country and values the women power.

  • rooya

    Iranians won’t forget D Appeasers of their children’s murderers.

  • rooya

    Iranians won’t forget D Appeasers of their children’s murderers.

  • rooya

    Blindfold to All of the clerical regime’s abuses in the area، What does it mean

  • rooya

    mullah alpotere in #Iran non sono rappresentati del popolo Iraniano

  • jamilhebany90

    Don´t supply fuel to the machine that kills the people of middle east by doing business with the mullahs.

  • seed adam

    If the Iranian regime allows to hold a free elections under United Nations considering in Iran, on that time the world will see that Iranian people vote for their real represent, the candidate of Resistance of Iran. Iranians is going to show their choice in the July 9th rally in Paris, too.

  • roza luxe

    #MaryamRajavis’ ten-point plan for future Iran: In our view, the ballot box is the only criterion for legitimacy. Accordingly, we seek a republic based on universal suffrage.

  • Saeed Azadi

    Thanks the “Australia network news” for this interesting interview, excellent. I agree with Mr. Shahin Gobadi.

  • Amir khorsand

    Iran’s election is a show

  • Ziba Salehy

    The people of #Iran of the #mullahs hate . #Freedom in Iran with #MaryamRajavi

  • Monir Akbary

    The mullahs’ regime are not & cannot be d representative & spokesman 4 d people of #Iran . The people of Iran Agree with #MaryamRajavi #FreeIran

  • Ladan Badiany

    The voice of the #Iranian #people: 2017 will #change Iran’s #mullahs . and The Iranian people are released

  • Mehri Darabi

    Mr. Ghobadi from #Iran and I thank you for telling the truth . We are hated #mullahs’ regime
    And our leader Mrs. #MaryamRajavi

  • azadehmorshedi

    It is true that free elections in Iran certainly #MaryamRajavi will be win

  • nada

    10 point plan is the best way for future of Iran

  • Jaber Habibbi

    Rajavi’s efforts are interesting to note since another woman, Hillary Rodham Clinton, is trying to be the first woman president of the United States. These two countries have an interesting relation.