Archive: Reports and Open Letters

Islamic Republic on the Verge of 1978?

Ref: 39 / M / 140 Date: 23 April 2000  "The trend of change in Iran" The Islamic Republic on the verge of 1978? Association des Chercheurs Iraniens (ACI), an organisation dedicated to unbiased research and study of issues concerning Iran and its future, sums up the present situation in Iran as follow: In a space of twenty two years Iran is once again faced with the dilemma it found itself in 1978 be it

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Islamic Republic on the Verge of 1978?

Kharazi Visit to London

Monday, January 10, 2000 Ref: 37 / M /136   The Right Honourable Tony Blair Prime Minister 10 Downing Street SW1A 2AA London   Sir, Meeting with Kamal Kharazi, Islamic Republic of Iran's Foreign Minister Association of Iranian Researchers, with respect, subsequent to Britain's improved relations with Islamic Republic of Iran and the imminent meeting with its Foreign Minister would like to draw your attention to the following points: As I am sure you are

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Kharazi Visit to London

Open letter 3 – to Mr Khatami

34/M/117 11 July 1999 To Seyed Mohamad Khatami. the President of the Islamic Republic Following our second open letter to you - 32/M/115, 20 June 1999 - exactly 21 days a go, we have witnessed a series of grievous events in Iran that although tragic did not come as a surprise to us. Association of Iranian Researchers dedicated in studying the problems and issues concerning every day lives of Iranians and their future had predicted

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Open letter 3 – to Mr Khatami

The Rightful Demands of the Students

33/M/116 11 July 1999   The Rightful Demands of the Students and the People of Iran Association of Iranian Researchers would like to give its full support to the democratic and rightful demands and protest by the university students of Iran. ACI also regrets the futile loss of lives in this incident. ACI is confident that the general protest, which without a doubt has stemmed from a national desire, will not stop even in the

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The Rightful Demands of the Students

Open letter 2 – to Mr Khatami

Ref: 32/M/105 20 June 1999 To Seyed Mohamad Khatami, the President of the Islamic Republic While assessing your performance two years after your election to office in May 1997, it would be unfair to disregard 'political expansion' in Iran's evolving society. However, the people of Iran are tired and weary with the absolute rule of the 'Vali Faghih'. As on previous occasions, in their excitement they have forgotten to ask you also for a concrete

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Open letter 2 – to Mr Khatami

Twenty years after the Islamic Revolution

February 1999 In societies where the will of its leader is paramount, his thinking is the determining factor and everyone depends on him alone. Within this environment, revolutions are an inevitability. If one looks at the history of countries that have 'great leaders', 'experienced chiefs' or 'caring fathers' it is evident that that this does not encourage the growth of social logic, self reliance or forward practical planning and thinking. A look at countries like

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Twenty years after the Islamic Revolution

Open letter 1 – to Mr Khatami

Ref: 20 / M / 90 Date: 22 June 1998 To Mr. Khatami, the popularly elected president of the Iranian nation Mr. President, without doubt your election was the result of a stifled and repressed nation under immense pressure crying out for change choosing you to: Establish a civil society - one of your particular slogans - and create an open political environment where there is freedom for political parties to form and operate End

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Open letter 1 – to Mr Khatami