Tehran MP Reza Akrami has countered suggestions that the Supreme Leader opposes a move to summon the president before Parliament for questioning, saying: “The Leader will not oppose something that is in accordance with the law, and it is not appropriate for anyone else to do so.”
Karami’s comments were published today on the Khabar-on-line site, a day after it reported similar comments by MP Mostafa Reza Hosseini, who said “the Supreme Leader’s words are being taken out of context.”
On Saturday, MP Ruhollah Hosseinian, a conservative, told Parliament that in view of the the Supreme Leader’s comments in a meeting with MPs, „it is clear that Ayatollah Khamenei would not approve of summoning the president to Parliament for questioning.”
Earlier, Tehran MP Fatemeh Alia had told Parliament that the Supreme Leader had condemned Ahmadinejad’s harsh treatment by MPs during the parliamentary vote for the Minister of Sports and Youth. MPs greeted Ahmadinejad’s introduction of the sports minister with shouts of “Doe! Doe!” to indicate their disapproval.
Ali Motahari, one of the initiators of the petition against the president, said the Supreme Leader’s statements were in reference to that particular event; they had no bearing on questioning Ahmadinejad about administrative irregularities with regard legislation passed by Parliament.
Motahari had also indicated that the 100 MPs who signed the motion to question the president may be put under pressure to withdraw their support.
es wird knallen, in einem selten dagewesenen Ausmaß
wer ist nun der Führer????
Jetzt würde ich gerne Frau Roth & Co. sehen + hören….
Iranian leader says infighting is a gift to enemies
TEHRAN – Iran’s Supreme Leader called on the country’s ruling elite on Monday to stop infighting, which he called a propaganda gift to the Islamic Republic’s foreign enemies.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s comments were aimed at easing mounting criticism of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who faces a possible summons to answer questions from a hostile conservative-dominated parliament, some of whose members have talked of impeaching him.
„We should try to reduce differences in opinions as much as possible,“ the 71-year-old cleric told a gathering of senior officers of the Revolutionary Guards in a televised address.
„Unfortunately in the current situation in the country where one is against another and vice versa, do those who foment these disputes not see how much it makes foreign propaganda machines happy?“
Hier paar Videos aus Tehran
Es lebe die iranische Wiedergeburt. Am 23. September um 19 Uhr Tehraner Zeit alle kommen raus. Eine seit drei Jahren aktive Organisation namens Ouqâbe Irân hat mit 15 anderen iranischen Untergrundorganisationen im Iran für die Freiheit des Landes an einem bestimmten Tag und mit Hilfe des Volkes die Befreiung von Mullahs angekündigt. Der Führer einer dieser Gruppe Irânbân Bahrâm Âbtin erklärt die Bereitschaft:
Ruze rastâxize mihane bozorgemân Irân nazdik ast.
Sâzmâne siyâsi-nezâmi Ouqâbe Irân:
In vatan mahde ahurâst, agar daryâband. Es lebe die iranische Wiedergeburt:
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