UK must take urgent action at Security Council to guarantee security of Camp Liberty residents Rouhani intends to save the regime human rights situation deteriorates and meddling in region increases under his term.
A cross-Party delegation of MPs and Peers, led by former Commons Speaker Rt. Hon. Baroness Boothroyd and Lord Carlile of Berriew QC CBE on Monday, 27 January 2014 met with Mrs Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, at the Council's headquarters in Auvers-sur-Oise, north of Paris.
Urgent need for EU, U.S. and UN to secure release of seven hostages of Ashraf and stationing at Camp Liberty of UNAMI observing team and UN Blue Helmets
On Monday, September 30, at the invitation of the British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom, in a conference at the Parliamentary Assembly of Council of Europe in Strasbourg, the latest conditions in Iran following the sham presidential elections and latest developments regarding 3,000 Iranian dissidents, members of PMOI, in Iraq after the massacre and mass execution in Ashraf were discussed.
Rather than appeasing Tehran and hamper the efforts of the Iranian resistance, the United States should support the PMOI and its aim of regime change in Iran.
By KEN MAGINNIS
LONDON, July 6 (UPI) -- How big does a rally have to be before the world takes notice? Will the voices of 100,000 protesters reach across the Atlantic? Around this number of Iranian expatriates gathered in Paris last Saturday to show their support for the Iranian resistance and their determination to bring freedom, democracy and justice to a country that has suffered far too long under the dictatorship of the mullahs.
The Hill - By Lord Carlile
Now that a new date has been set for nuclear talks between Iran and the UN nuclear watchdog in mid- May, to be followed by another round of nuclear talks between Iran and the five UN Security Council members and Germany on May 23, should the world breathe a sigh of relief regarding the threat of a confrontation with Tehran?