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08/28/09

Ahmadinejad: Post-vote riot ring leaders should not be immune

Tehran, Aug 28, IRNA - President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad here Friday called on the judiciary and security officials to deal strongly with main agents behind the post-10th Presidential Elections events, warning that the main elements behind the riots should not be immune while their inferiors are punished.

Delivering his pre-sermon address to this week's Friday prayers congregation, President Ahmadinejad said those organizing certain movements, making provocations and enforcing the enemy conspiracies, should be strongly confronted.

He added that however, those being deceived and the inferior elements in the riots should be treated with Islamic passion.

He then said those who wish to separate Islamic and republican features of the system should know that the two are not separable.

He said the 85 percent voter turnout in the elections and 25 million votes given to the president are turning point in Islamic Revolution's history.

The Chief Executive said storm(s) on Tehran University dorm and unethical moves taken place at Kahrizak detention camp were all parts of the enemy's scenarios.

"Attack on the university dorm and unethical measures taken place in the detention centers were parts of the enemy scenarios. The measures were carried out by those associated with the toppling movement," said President Ahmadinejad.

The President said that unfortunately, some people played a part in the enemy's scenario after the June 12 10th President Elections.

Calling the 10th Presidential Elections "healthiest" of their kind, President Ahmadinejad said those claiming existence of fraud in the elections did not present any evidence.

He said that in Iran elections there is no possibility for such an extent of fraud because those are people who run the elections.

He added that the June 12 Elections in Iran were genuine in their kind and thwarted enemy conspiracies.

"Elections in Iran are genuine in their kind. The June 12 (10th Presidential) Elections thwarted enemy plots and conspiracies," said the President.

President Ahmadinejad reiterated that all the world people do know that elections in Iran are genuine and are not something showy and a pre-meditated plan as are customary in the world's so-called democratic systems.

He then switched to his 21-member cabinet line-up, proposed to Majlis for confidence voting, and said the cabinet suggested to Majlis is "strong, integrated, specialized, healthy and public serving", calling on the parliament to vote to it.

"Majlis should lay the basis on trust," advised the president.

He hoped that Majlis will give highest number of votes to the proposed cabinet, thus allowing formation of a powerful and serving government so that it will stand enemies.

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