MARYAM RAJAVI’S PLAN FOR FREE IRAN
As the anti-regime uprising in Iran continues, it seems more and more likely that that Iranian people will overthrow the mullahs and bring freedom and democracy to Iran. This is no longer a possibility, it is the inevitable outcome and it is only a question of when.
Many people in the international community support the Iranian people in their desire for regime change, but are concerned about where this leaves Iran. After all, there have been many cases of regime change in countries across the world that have succeeded in ousting one dictator only to be left with another or split by several warring factions.
uckily, this is not a problem in Iran. The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) is a coalition of pro-democracy dissident groups, which is ready and willing to serve as a transitional government for six months after the mullahs fall. That’s just enough time to institute a new constitution and prepare for the country’s first free and fair elections.
The NCRI has support from the majority of Iranians, but it also enjoys a working relationship with many parliaments around the world – currently serving as Iran’s parliament-in-exile. They are prepared to change Iran for the better. NCRI President-elect Maryam Rajavi has even laid out that vision in a ten-point plan for a Free Iran. Let’s look at that now.
In a meeting at the Council of Europe in April 2006, Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, elaborated on the movement's vision for a future IranClick here for details
We believe in complete gender equality in political, social and economic arenas. We are also committed to equal participation of women in political leadership. Any form of discrimination against women will be abolished. They will enjoy the right to freely choose their clothing. They are free in marriage, divorce, education and employment.
2. We want a pluralist system, freedom of parties and assembly. We respect all individual freedoms. We underscore complete freedom of expression and of the media and unconditional access by all to the internet.