Baroness Boothroyd OM: The UK Government now with its huge majority must recognise and back the democratic aspirations of the Iranian people, their organised Resistance movement NCRI, and support Maryam Rajavi’s 10-point democratic platform as the viable alternative to the current religious dictatorship
Cross-party MPs, Peers, prominent jurists and women’s rights activists discussed women’s rights in Iran and the struggle for democratic change at a conference in the House of Commons, on 25 February 2020, on the eve of International Women’s Day (IWD).
MPs and Peers call on the UK Government to stand with the Iranian people and their just Resistance Movement led by Mrs Maryam Rajavi
At a conference in the House of Commons on Tuesday, 21 January, cross-party MPs and Peers discussed the future UK Policy on Iran following the recent protests in the country.
The cross-party speakers stressed that the waves of popular protests across Iran since December 2017 with chants targeting the regime, its Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, and the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), are public rejection of the ruling theocracy and a nationwide demand for change and a democratic, free Iran.
British Committee for Iran Freedom (BCFIF) strongly condemns the Iranian regime for its massive crackdown on the protests going on across Iran that began with public grievances over the government’s decision to increase the price of petrol on 15 November.
Dozens of cross-party MPs and Peers discussed the Iranian regime’s systematic human rights abuses and its alarming use of death penalty at a conference in Parliament on 17 October 2019.