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1/2/03

Mosharekat: probability of leaving ruling system, if people's interests disregarded

Tehran, Jan 1, IRNA -- Iran's leading Mosharekat Party here on Wednesday asked for unity among all political forces in Iran, but not at cost of compromising over national interests.

Islamic Iran's Mosharekat (Participation) Party (IIMP) issuing a communique reiterated the need to safeguard unity and to refrain from going astray of the nation's political forces, meanwhile warning that the party might be obliged to leave the country's ruling system if all roads towards unity would be trough compromising over the nation's most natural rights and interests.

The IIMP announced that its general and macro scale policy under the current regional and national circumstances is safeguarding the national unity, while remaining faithful to the holy covenant the party has vowed with the nation.

"ignoring the sheer facts would do the totalitarianism no good under such conditions that the whole region is threatened though," argues the IIMP communique.

The leading political group argues that the only way out of the current crisis is yielding to the country's laws, informing the nation of developments and facts frankly and peacefully, and minding the national interests thoroughly.

Referring to political activist, Abbas Abdi's recent hearing sessions, the IIMP says, "there is no doubt that just like other political hearings of the recent years, the passage of time and being put back of the culprits in natural living conditions, would easily reveal the truth and wipe out the ambiguities that have risen due to the pressure imposed on him and his family members."

Mosharekat party reiterates that the moves made related to the case in question obviously revealed the fact that it was a highly political hearing.

The pro-reforms political organization sets example of the hasty backing up of the opponent front of the reforms for the outcome of Abdi's court, which it says is further proof that the case is a highly political one.

The leading political party says that the planning and implementation of such scenarios as the pollsters' case by the totalitarians proves that the current political conditions of the country is unstable, adding, "creating such tensions leads to annulling the power of the system by its own component forces, that would eventually lead to loss of power of the whole system and the impotence of the regime.

The IIMP adds, "our Constitution, that is potentially capable of safeguarding the rules of democracy, considers the roots of deviation from the right path of democracy those deeds that are aimed at blocking the way of direct supervision of the nation over the most sensitive organizations in the country by the representatives of the nation, thus annulling the power of the parliament."

"Such deeds that have created a deep gap between the system and the nation, transferring that gap to the different parts of the political system itself, and ignoring the righteous demands of the nation are boldly and fearlessly pursued today, leading to confrontation between two fronts within the system, that leads to annulment of both sides' power," expresses regret the IIMP.

It further stresses that the foundations of the reformist movement, as it has always been stressed, are remaining faithful to the rules of democracy, feeling obliged to use peaceful methods strictly in political and social scenes, refraining from resorting to aggression and condemnation of aggressive methods, respecting freedom and endeavoring to promote it, seeking national solutions to the internal crises, rather that leaving the task up to the foreigners, and finally realizing the fact that the path towards reforms is quite lengthy and tough to pave.

The Mosharekat Party finally concludes that although the reforms movement has faced serious obstacles in its efforts aimed at using its legal rights, the IIMP's efforts aimed at making clearer the political atmosphere of Iran, and to question the foundations of power, proportionately with their responsibilities and capabilities, will continue, and the passage of two Presidential Bills at the parliament would be a step towards realization of those objectives.

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