The student organization, Advar-e Tahkim-e Vahdat issued a statement inviting people of diverse opinions to join the February 11 march and called on the government to fulfill its duty of providing security for all participants.
The statement emphasizes that the people intend to express their view of the Islamic Republic in the most peaceful manner and invites those who are responsible for the deviation of the Revolution and Islamic Republic to stop "all cruelty and injustice that the people have been subjected to."
In line with the demands of all opposition leaders and reformist groups, Advar-e Tahkim also maintains that "freedom of all political prisoners, omission of all obstacles restricting the activities of political groups and compensation for all those who have suffered injuries through violations of human rights and the constitution as well as an end to the crackdown on protesters" are prerequisites to find a way out of the "current political crisis."
The student group also writes: "How can we say the Revolution was victorious when the youth who are the result of the years following the uprising are now losing their lives on the streets charged with demanding their rights and freedom?"
Opposition leaders MirHosein Mousavi, Mehdi Karroubi and Mohammad Khatami as well as various reformist groups such as Islamic Iran Participation Front, Mojahedin of Islamic Revolution and Coordination Council of the Reformist Front have also called on people to join the February 11 march to reaffirm their protest to the alleged fraud in Iran's June presidential election and the following crackdown on protesters.
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