House Resolution 100, introduced by Congressman Tom McClintock and supported by a broad bi-partisan coalition of 165 House members, is a resolution voicing support for Maryam Rajavi’s ten-point plan for a democratic, secular, and non-nuclear Republic of Iran. The resolution emphasizes the importance of universal suffrage, free and fair elections, and a market economy that values equality regardless of gender, religion, or ethnicity. Additionally, the resolution supports a foreign policy centered on peaceful coexistence and advocates for a non-nuclear Iran.
The ten-point plan, which is promoted by NCRI President-elect Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, aims to create a future for Iran that values individual freedoms, human rights, and peaceful international relations. By supporting the ten-point plan through House Resolution 100, the coalition of lawmakers is showing its commitment to promoting these values and working towards a better future for the people of Iran. The introduction of this resolution reflects the growing concern among lawmakers about the current situation in Iran and a desire to see positive change in the country.
The full text of House Resolution nr. 100 can be found below