Thursday, November 27, 2003


1. Execution, flogging, stoning and amputation of limbs in public
2. Mass killings of political prisoners
3. Assassination of political dissidents outside of Iran
4. Political serial killings in Iran
5. Construction of many new prisons holding thousands of political prisoners
6. Political oppression
7. Promotion of international and domestic terrorism
8. Violation of human rights in every category
9. Lack of civil liberties
10. Improvement and growth of Iran’s Cemeteries
11. Killing and imprisonment of journalists
12. Violation of women’s rights
13. Censorship and closure of publications
14. Forcing Iranian’s to flee the country resorting in five million refugees throughout the world and “brain drain”.
15. Oppression of religious minorities
16. Filtering the internet
17. Jamming out of country satellite TV and radio stations
18. Stealing Iran’s wealth by the Mullahs and transfer of funds to abroad.
19. Destruction of Iran’s Economy
20. Widespread poverty throughout Iran
21. Severe Inflation
22. Devaluation of Iranian Rial
23. Increase in unemployment
24. Increase in the crime rate
25. Promotion of corruption, prostitution and addiction
26. Housing crisis in Iran
27. Malnutrition, retarded growth and increased rate of depression among Iranian youth
28. Public health crisis in Iran
29. Making Iran an international “embarrassment”
30. 1979 Occupation of the US Embassy in Tehran and holding hostages for 444 days.
31. Conflict with neighboring countries
32. Iran-Iraq War resulting in millions dead, wounded, handicapped and homeless
33. Supporting Sadam Hussein in the US Iraq War
34. Destruction of Iran’s Airline Industry
35. Causing economic sanctions against Iran
36. Producing weapon’s of mass destruction
37. Inability to get Iran’s fair share of natural resources from Caspian Sea
38. Promoting regional conflicts in the Middle East
39. Destruction of Iran’s industries
40. Lack of technological advancements
41. Air and environmental pollution crisis in Iran
42. Destruction of Iran’s agriculture
43. Destructions of fine arts, theater, cinema and music in Iran
44. Promoting Islamic Fundamentalism
45. Closure of Iranian Universities under cultural revolution for three years
46. Attacking University campuses to kill and crack down on students
47. Violating the constitution of the “Islamic Republic”
48. Hiring hooligan’s for beating and crack down on Iranian citizens
49. Importing and selling contraband by regimes elements for additional income
50. Selling Iranian women as sex slaves in the United Arab Emarets



A referendum shall be held by the transitional government of Iran to allow voters to choose which system of government they would prefer as such as a decision is a major political issue in Iran.

This referendum will be independent and free from bias; the voters shall choose a secular government system.

A parliamentary monarchy vs. a democratic republic.

This referendum is to be conducted by impartial observers, to ensure the voter’s safety, confidentiality and accuracy of election results.

The referendum should take place not later than two years after assumption of power by transitional government.


Transitional government of Iran shall conduct a study to assess logistical needs of the referendum at least one year in advance of the elections. The study should focus on:

1. Election laws
2. Voter registration process
3. Voter education
4. Formation of electoral commissions
5. Free participation of all political parties
6. Unhindered participation of voters
7. Communications
8. Transportation
9. Funding
10. Security
11. Assistance to handicapped
12. Assistance to illiterate population
13. Adequate supply of election materials
14. Campaign period
15. Participation of non-government organizations
16. Participation of United Nations observers

Election Preparations:

1. The Electoral Commission

The elections will be conducted by independent electoral committee and Ministry of the Interior of the transitional government. Together this will form the “Electoral Commission.”

A. Every district shall establish a commission composed of not less than five members, but no more than nine members. Each commission will have one employee of the ministry of the interior.
B. The chairman of the commission is to be elected by the District Commissioners.
C. The commission duty is to conduct and facilitate the election process and will be monitored by an international observer such as the United Nations.
D. The commission responsibility is to ensure a competitive, unhindered participation of the voters in the election process. Voters will cast their vote in safety, secrecy and that the vote tabulation to be conducted without tampering and fraud.
E. An Electoral Commissioner is disqualified from membership in the committee if the person:

I. Is a registered member of a political party
II. Is an officer or employee of a political party
III. Holds an elective office
IV. Is employed by the government
V. Has a criminal conviction
VI. Has a drug or alcohol addiction
VII. Has an immoral character

F. Every election commission shall appoint a member as the group spokesperson who would give a progress report.
G. Every commission shall appoint a member to be a liaison officer with a United Nations observer.
H. Each qualifying political party shall have one representative to observe election process in the district. The political party observers shall have no role in the commission other than observation of transparency in the election process and to report any irregularities or fraud in the voting process to the chairman and or United Nations observer.
I. The commission shall prepare and publish a report of the referendum results along with any observed irregularities and attempted fraud.
2. Voter Education.
The transitional government shall start a referendum campaign six months in advance of elections. The campaign will be on public education and notification of the referendum date and importance of participation. The government shall employ television and radio broadcasts, advertising, and print media providing unsolicited material to electors and holding publicity rallies. Non-governmental organizations may travel to remote areas to conduct public education.
3. Date
The Election date will be designated with 180 days notice and to be conducted on a Friday.

4. Political Campaign
The campaign period begins sixty days before the election and ends on midnight the day before the election.

5. Funding
The Allocation of a national budget to finance elections, public education for referendum; Fund political party campaigns and non-governmental organizations to provide some necessary services.

6. Ministry of the Interior
The transitional governments Department of the Interior may hire outside election consultants to work with election committees. The government is responsible for recruitment and training of election officials. Ministry of the Interior shall conduct a prior assessment of regional electoral process needs such as:

A. Deployment of election officials and observers, providing security, transportation, communication equipment, election materials, regional budgets, number of polling stations, necessary equipment, and the proper distribution of election material, as well as timely collection of results.

B. Establish a joint cooperation with foreign ministry for drafting of plans and to conduct elections outside of Iran by Iranian diplomatic missions serving Iranians abroad.

C. Provide voter lists, voter cards, ballot papers, voting booths, indelible ink and other necessary equipment and materials well in advance of elections.

D. Provide presence of security forces to perform their tasks without interference in the normal conduct of the poll, such as guarding entrances, restricting unauthorized access to the ballots, ballot boxes and checking for identification to match voting cards.

E. The transitional government shall draft referendum regulations and legislation to punish “vote buying,” intimidation or disturbing the peace at the polling stations.

F. In remote areas, the government shall provide the election commissions with satellite phones, laptop computers with satellite internet access, all terrain vehicles and helicopters.

7. Voters Registration

A. The right to vote is universal, secret and equal with a voting age of eighteen (sixteen if the transitional government chooses to do so.)

B. Voters must be registered on a national voters list that shall be revised annually for future elections other than the referendum compilation of voters list from eligible registered voters will be done by Ministry of the Interior. Voter must present identification to register.

C. Voters list must be posted forty-five days prior to election for public inspection, following which an appeal period is available to any affected individuals. A special civil court shall be established to hear voter’s registration disputes on urgent basis. There will be ten days to contest, and civil court decision within seven days, followed by fifteen days to appeal and reconsider.

D. Telephone hot lines and internet sites will be dedicated to allow voters to check their details on the voters list and address their concerns.

8. Voter cards

A. Prior printing of voter cards will be done by the Ministry of the Interior

B. The distribution of voter cards must begin thirty days before the election and ends one day prior to the Election Day. Distribution centers will be open extended hours one week prior to elections. Voters must present identification to collect their voter cards.

Election Process

1. Ministry of the Interior manages the conduct of the elections and is responsible for the overall technical and material support of the elections.

2. Ministry of the Interior will supervise the management of the tabulation process and is responsible for announcement of election results.

3. On the day of the referendum, voters will present their voter cards at the polling stations along with official photo identification such as birth certificate, passport or a driver’s license. Voter cards must be collected from the voter once a ballot is handed to the voter.
4. The voters cast their votes in privacy of a voting booth.

Tabulation Process

1. A Tabulation committee shall be established in advance of the elections

2. The Tabulation Committee will be comprised of one of the Ministry of the Interior employees, three Electoral Committee members, two political party observers, and one United Nations observer and one security official.

3. Votes shall be counted

4. Three copies of Tally Sheets of results will be made. District will keep one copy; the other two will go to provincial and National Tabulation Committees. Subsequently, Regional level Tabulation Committees tabulate results from all of the local authorities in their respective province and a National Tabulation Commission will compile results for the entire country.


1. The election results must be announced in a pre-determined fixed time frame.

2. There will be no premature announcements of results by the media until all polling stations are closed and accounted for.

3. Once the national tabulation process is completed, the Minister of the Interior will announce the election results.

4. The elected system of government with fifty-one percent of the nations votes or greater wins the election.


1. Election of constitutional parliament to write the constitution

2. Nationwide election for elected government position.

3. Transfer of power from transitional government to the elected government by the people.


Last June and july,for two straight weeks, the people of Iran had taken to the streets to protest the dictatorship of the ruling religious clerics. The tyrants in Tehran have been brutally killing and injuring the innocent demonstrators whose only crime is the cry of freedom. The crack down is not only carried out by the anti-riot police, but also by “Islamic” vigilantes known as Ansaar-e-hezbolah. These savage vigilantes are attacking demonstrators with knives, screwdrivers, chains, mace, clubs and handguns. Watching Persian satellite television programs, the Iranian people are asking why the US media is not covering these events adequately. Over the years the Iranian government sponsored anti-US demonstrations have been well publicized and broadcast on the US national news; but now the real movement of the Iranian people is ignored. The Iranian population favors the United States of America more than any other nation, including their neighbors in the Middle East. The voices of the Iranians must be heard as the first Iranian revolution of the twenty first century looms in the near future. The attention of the US media to this serious matter will insure long term friendship between our two nations.

Open Letter to All Diplomatic Missions in Tehran

Honorable Ambassadors:

As you are aware, the “Mullahcracy” Regime in Iran is an unelected government and rejected by the majority of the Iranian citizens. In the name of Iran we are asking you to sever political and commercial ties with this government. You choice to stand with or against the Iranian people will determine our future government’s political and economic relations with your respected governments. The illegitimacy of the cleric rule should be now obvious to diplomatic missions, as the people of Iran are rising to bring about the very first revolution of the twenty-first century. The regime does not represent the Iranian people as you witnessed only less than twelve percent of eligible voters participated in elections last December.

We condemn the continued reckless acts of Russian government in providing nuclear capabilities to the tyrant regime for political and monetary concessions. We applaud the refusal of the Japanese government to sign the contract for oil explorations in the Azadegan oil fields.

The “Theocratic” Regime (Islamic Republic of Iran) is an un-Islamic dictatorship that is not even Iranian. The “Mullaharchy” Regime is alien to our nation, our culture and traditions. The I.R.I has the worst human rights violation record and is the main source of support, including money and arms to international terrorism.

We are seeking international solidarity to support the freedom movement of our people and stop nuclear proliferation in Iran by means of economic and political sanctions except for food and medicine. Your stance with the people of Iran will ensure future long term friendship between our two nations