احمدی نژاد جلسه سران قوا را به هم زد
Rooz Online / Mohammad Reza Yazdanpanah
20-Jun-2010 (10 comments)

جدال دولت محمود احمدی نژاد با مسئولان و حامیان دانشگاه آزاد اسلامی آنقدر بالا گرفته که حتی جلسه سران قوا را نیز تحت الشعاع خود قرار داده است. یک روز پس از رای یکی از شعب دادگاهی در تهران به نفع دانشگاه آزاد و در روزی که مجلس هشتم با تصویب طرحی، اصلاح اساسنامه دانشگاه آزاد را تنها به پیشنهاد هیات موسس آن مجاز دانست، رئیس دولت به نشانه اعتراض، جلسه از قبل پیش بینی شده خود با برادران لاریجانی را لغو کرد.

خبرگزاری فارس هم دیروز به نقل از مشاور علی لاریجانی اعلام کرد که جلسه سران سه قوه به تعویق افتاده است.

حسن زماني، مشاور رئيس مجلس شوراي اسلامي كه در حاشيه جلسه علني دیروز مجلس با خبرنگاران گفت‌وگو مي‌كرد از به تعويق افتادن جلسه امروز سران سه قوه كه قرار بود در مجلس برگزار شود خبر داد. وي اگرچه از علت به تعويق افتادن اين جلسه و نيز زمان برگزاري جلسه آینده سران قوا چیزی نگفت اما یک منبع آگاه به "روز" خبر داد که دلیل لغو ا... >>>

Shifteh Ansari

The $250 billion war over Azad University

by Shifteh Ansari on

Here's an IRIB report about the Iranian Parliament's session during which the Azad University issue was discussed: http://irannegah.com/Video.aspx?id=1989


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No Fear

Abarmard,

by No Fear on

I am not saying this institute should be under government total control. It could have the public as the shareholders which they can decide who the board of directors would be, and have a set of rules and guidlines in place which outlines the responsibilities of the university. Since this is an institution related to higher education and since the public interests are directly involved, the government should impose a set of regulations like other higher institutes.

My question is, based on what did you give it away to a specific group of politicians? A group that didn't spend a penny to deserve ownership of this cash flow institute?  Atleast, why didn't you give it to the teachers or professors or the department deans?  What the hell does any politician has to do with this ?

I never meant government should own it. No , i believe in privatization as well. But to give it away like this, is an insult to all of us.

 


Abarmard

No Fear

by Abarmard on

This is not public tax money, it's people private disposable income. That means people gave money and want a service in return. It's a contract between two parties. Why would government get involved?

There is no need for any extensive intervention here. The institutions can be regulated but left alone to function as they have.

 


No Fear

Abarmard,

by No Fear on

There are so many things wrong with this deal.

First of all, Azad university as a higher education institute must be observed by the ministry of higher education. Without a government permit, how can they be allowed to train our students? Some sort of intervention and regulations are necessary for the sake of the public.

Giving away the entire university ( 250 billion dollar worth ), to a few wellknowm corrupt politicians ( Why did you give it to politicians anyway?? ) who didn't spend a penny of their own money to create it, is highly questionable. This university was built by peoples money and it should be under public domain , not privately owned and certainly not given to a select corrupt politicians!

The irony in this entire issue is that the Majlis ( the people ) have allowed this highway robbery to take place! 

I sincerely hope that the Guardian Council which i oppose their existance all together , for once shows itself useful and over rule this law since its against our public interests.

Isn't it alarming that the entire group of politicians who will financially benefit greatly from this deal, all belong to a specific group with a known ring leader? A ring leader who has the final say on who can be a member of the founding committe to share the pie.  Is this acceptable? Is this justice?

This will go down as one of the worst decisions that our 10th parliament has ever made. They shot themselves in their own foot.


Abarmard

Is Azad university private?

by Abarmard on

If yes, then corruption is their right. If they lose money, it's their business. It charges fees and without any government support pays for its expenses. If it's corrupt or not, it's none of anyone's business.

Recently there was a gathering inside the country to create a competitive mentality among "government" organizations. Those who promote these ideas are either blind to economic incentives or think that people are willing to forget about their economic battles to make the system function.

It's all too childish. Meant well, but way out of reality zone.

The issue here is control rather than corruption.


No Fear

Can`t get over this anger.

by No Fear on

This was grand theft larceny. What can you do about it ?... the highest legislative house ( Majlis ) , has decided to give this institution to Rafsanjani and Mousavi and Co.

Does any green supporters here wishes the likes of Rafsanjani and Mousavi have complete access (without government control) over a very rich cash flow institute like the Azad university ?

Why are the green supporters quiet ? Isn't this wrong?

For example, the university board of founders ( which includes the usual suspects ) , can use student tution fees and invest in anything they want. Like buying private jets to supporting a specific candidate. No governmental body can question their motives or decision. They can collect public funds and answer to NOBODY!

Wait a minute ! ...Didn't Azad university recieve government support for buildings, research money, subsidize currency for imported components used in labs, etc etc etc.  This is NOT a TOEFL institution that you can easily make it private and give it away!

The list of MPs who supported this, must be published ! People should know about these traitors and prevent these corrupt MPs for a second term in the Majlis.

 

 

 

 


fooladi

corruption? at highest levels of islamic regime of Iran?

by fooladi on

Never !!!!!!!!!!!!

Zahre taraf ke koshteh shavad, soode Iran ast :)


Sargord Pirouz

Thanks for the perspective,

by Sargord Pirouz on

Thanks for the perspective, No Fear.


No Fear

Azad University is a big case of corruption ( Must Read )

by No Fear on

Shifteh,

I am surprised no one on this forum has paid any attention to this piece of very important news.

It might surprise you that with the current green light from the parliament ( I will get to this shortly ), the university board will have complete control over the 250 billion dollar institution. The board consists of Hashemi Rafsanjani, Mir hossein Mousavi, Abdullah Jaasbi, Mousavi Ardebili and few others. This means this University does not have to show any books or accounting documents to the government. Even when Ahmadinejad is gone in two years, no other president can question the ownership of the Azad university.

How did this happen???

Well , our beloved Dr Abdullah Jaasbi has been giving honorary bachelor degrees to the Parliament ( Majlis ) members for a while now. Some MPs, like the Lar representative ( From Fars province ) have recieved all their campaign funds from the Azad University.

This was robbery on a grand scale. The head of parliament, Larijani, allowed this issue to be put to vote ( Against our constitutional laws ), and with the help of The Expediency Council ( Which Rafsanjani happens to be the head of this council and ironically, deeply involved with the finance of Azad university ).

What can Ahmadinejad do?  Should he order the sepah to take over the parliament ?  Do you want him to insult and disrespect the Majlis, the house of people? 

What i witnessed, was one of the biggest case of corruption which was done at the highest level in IR and it was done, legally. The parliament was bought ( The majority are anti ahmadinejad ) and those who were using this huge milking cow for decades without any interferences, now can do this and keep their heads high since now this is legal!!

 

 

 


Shifteh Ansari

سرمقاله کیهان علیه نمایندگان

Shifteh Ansari


سرمقاله کیهان علیه نمایندگانی که به مجاز بودن وقف دانشگاه آزاد رای دادند
روزنامه کیهان در سرمقاله روز دوشنبه 31خرداد خود 134 نماینده ای را که به مجاز بودن وقف اموال دانشگاه آزاد رای مثبت دادند به نقض سوگند نمایندگی متهم کرد.
این روزنامه همچنین نوشت:
* شواهد و قرائنی در دست است که نشان می دهد طراحان اصلی این طرح- بخوانید پروژه پایمال250 هزار میلیارد تومانی بیت المال- این پروژه را به صورت پلکانی و با پیش بینی رد آن از سوی شورای نگهبان طراحی کرده و در پی آن بوده و هستند که بعد از ارجاع طرح از شورای نگهبان و اصرار دوباره نمایندگان بر مصوبه یاد شده، تصمیم نهایی درباره آن به مجمع تشخیص مصلحت نظام واگذار شود.
* دنبال کنندگان پروژه یاد شده، به منافع شخصی و حزبی خود بیشتر از مصالح نظام می اندیشند
* تعداد قابل توجهی از نمایندگان در موافقت با مصوبه دیروز مجلس، انگیزه ای بیرون از سوگند تعریف شده نمایندگی داشته اند. و از آنجا که مصوبه دیروز مجلس، مغایرت آشکار و غیرقابل انکاری با قوانین جاری، مبانی اسلامی و مصالح بدیهی نظام داشته است، تلقی یاد شده دامنه گسترده ای یافته و می تواند سلامت و صلابت مورد انتظار مردم از نمایندگان محترم را مخدوش کند
* برخی از نمایندگان موافق مصوبه دیروز مجلس، روابطی غیرمجلسی و بیرون از مسئولیت نمایندگی با دانشگاه آزاد داشته اند. مثلا فلانی و فلانی و فلانی بی آن که فرصت حضور در دانشگاه آزاد را داشته باشند، عضو هیئت علمی فلان واحد این دانشگاه در حوزه انتخابیه خویش و یا فلان واحد دیگر هستند! و یا مدرک تحصیلی خود را بدون طی مراحل و رعایت ضوابط تعریف شده و قانونی، از دانشگاه آزاد کسب کرده اند
* چرا جناب لاریجانی اجازه ورود به موضوعی را دادند که با مصوبه شورای عالی انقلاب فرهنگی مغایرت آشکار داشت
http://www.khabaronline.ir/news-70226.aspx