QUESTIONS FROM MOJAHEDIN-E KHALGH (MKO)
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QUESTION#1: [My first question was about Maryam Rajavi and the signing of 100 MKO cadres to enforce her divorce and remarriage for the sake of revolution. Since we have already discussed this enough, I have deleted that part of the original post.]
My second question is about MKO action during the Iran-Iraq War. We know that MKO went to the
We all know about the Iraqi state and in many ways the Baathi Parties of Iraq and
QUESTION #4: Next my question is about the separation of state and religion. Does the NCRI think that state and religion must be separated? We know that religion and state were not separated in Ancient Egypt of Pharoahs and in the Medieval Europe and in Abassid and Omavi periods in Islam and under Ottoman Khalifs and current IRI. What is the NCRI’s ideal state? If religion and state are separated, then how do they explain the name of their republic which explicitly has the word "Islamic" in it? More specifically, what is their position on the power of Marjaia’t of Shia? What is their stand on hejAb and can they specifically explain why their women, such as their president, wear scarf?
Everyone among Iranians now accepts that democracy is something that is
on the mind of every Iranian and it cannot be eradicated with any excuses about
being a young state, etc. What is NCRI's promise that democracy will be guaranteed
IMMEDIATELY if they win power in
In the field of economics. What
kind of economic property relations does NCRI support? In the past, principle form of property
relations advocated by MKO in its economic plans for future
QUESTION #7: Does NCRI support a PARLIAMENTARY REPUBLIC or it still stands for the old Shor'aii Republic which was MKO's program in the past?
Does NCRI support FEDERALISM or Centralism for
Will the draft (sarbAzi) be abolished? The
draft started in
What about the DEATH PENALTY?
Will it be banned or is it still going to continue? As we know, many countries in the world have
abolished death penalty and this is the best guarantee in countries like
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