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Maryam Rajavi: All the Iranian regime's factions share common interests in suppression, terrorism and plunder of public wealth; the elections sham will not lead to moderation
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Wednesday, March 2, 2016, Maryam Rajavi attended a meeting at the European Parliament entitled, "EU policy on Iran after Nuclear Accord". The meeting was presided by MEP Gerard Deprez, chairman of the Friends of a Free Iran inter-parliamentary group in the European Parliament.
A considerable number of members of the European Parliament and members of the Parliament of Belgium as well as the representative of the Syrian opposition coalition took part in the meeting and made speeches. They expressed support for the Iranian Resistance and abhorrence over the undemocratic elections in Iran. The deputies underlined the fact that elections are meaningless under a religious dictatorship and the West must not be deceived by such repetitive theatrics that they have already experienced. There are no moderates in the Iranian regime but there are suppression, religious and ethnic discrimination, interference in the affairs of other countries and warmongering in the region and the world.
Maryam Rajavi spoke to the meeting on the sham elections in Iran. In part of her remarks, she said: The so-called election was held without the presence of any opposition groups. It was in fact a race among present and former officials in charge of torture and executions. The election's outcome will not change anything in the political or economic life of the nation. This regime has no way out towards moderation. All its factions share common interests in domestic suppression and plunder of the public's wealth, as well as in exportation of terrorism.