by Fintan Dunne, 29th June, 2009 Influential Iranian former-president, Ayotalloh Rafsanjani has deferred for tactical reasons an emergency meeting of the Assembly of Experts -despite having now secured a majority in favor of convening the powerful clerical body, according to the Iranian political analyst Professor Muhammad Sahimi. In a telephone interview this weekend, Prof. Sahimi said Rafsanjani and Iran's opposition leaders are biding their time to allow social pressures on Iran's government to intensify. Their aims are to split the government and to detach some commanders of the Revolutionary Guard from supporting the hardline government stance on the official election outcome. "And if that happens," said Professor Sahimi, "then stronger actions such as an emegncy meeting of the Assembly of Experts to investigate the performance of the Supreme Leader can be done." The government also now seems to be avoiding a definitive showdown. The deadline to inves
Kathy & Lorraine you make us proud! Thank you Namaste <3ReplyDelete
Thank you ! I forgot how long ago this interview was but we are still here, going strong-=-I write at First Mother Forum.Delete
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What a wonderful interview, Lorraine. (And Kathy, of course)ReplyDelete
I am an adoptive mother trying to do her best by her children and your priceless insights are always very helpful to me. Without people like you to verbalise the incontrovertible truth, the hurt would just continue for adopted people. Keep up the good work.