Iranian authorities constantly and increasingly interven with the United Nations officials to have the Iranian activists banned from the United Nations
Backed by prominent jurists and personalities, numerous NGO’s, having a consultative status with the UN, strongly condemn the political pressures and manipulation by the Iranian Government aimed at having human rights activists banned from the United Nations’ bodies
Jean-Pierre Dubois, the new head of HRL said that the signatories were primarily from France’s Val d’Oise province, north of Paris, and that they condemned the events of 17 June 2003.
CERGY, France (AP) - Several thousand people protested Iran's presidential election Saturday at a rally led by an exiled Iranian opposition group that denounced the vote as a sham.
Honorable French citizens
We gathered here as yesterday, the overwhelming majority of the Iranian people demonstrated their resolve for the overthrow of the clerical regime through their decisive boycott of the presidential election masquerade.
PARIS, June 18 (Reuters) - An exiled Iranian opposition leader dismissed Iran's presidential election as a sham on Saturday and urged foreign leaders not to recognise the vote.
In a press conference in Geneva, Behzad Naziri, a member of the NCRI Foreign Affairs Committee, described the shocking footage of public hangings in Iran as the tip of the iceberg of the human rights situation in Iran. He emphasized that the EU’s approach to the clerical regime has only encouraged the clerics to intensify suppression in Iran.
In a press briefing at the National Press Club on May 26, attorneys for Camp Ashraf residents, their relatives and some former PMOI activists who now live in the West refuted the allegations against the PMOI in Human Rights Watch’s report.
Professor Steven Schneebaum and Ronald Precup rejected the HRW report on the PMOI, calling it "procedurally flawed and substantively incorrect."