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MP: 7-Man Committee to Review US Crimes

Service : Politic
TEHRAN, July 24 (ICANA) – Rapporteur of the parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Kazem Jalali Sunday shed some light on the single urgency of a motion on trial of certain US officials.
Sunday, July 24, 2011 8:12:03 PM
MP: 7-Man Committee to Review US Crimes

Jalali stated that first of all the names of the American officials must be specified, adding that the motion has forecast the formation of a committee which will submit a report on its performance every six months.

Jalali added that the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has been urged to inform the media of US human rights violations once a year.

The committee, according to Jalali will comprise ministers of intelligence, foreign affairs, IRIB, police chief, two MPs and will be chaired by the public prosecutor.

The motion which includes an introduction and 6 articles and was approved by 196 Iranian lawmakers requires the Islamic Republic government to file lawsuits against these 26 US officials at international bodies.

"Given its unilateral approach, the United States has committed extensive crimes against humanity. Although the United States' criminal policies are generally all condemned, a number of senior US officials have played a direct role in these crimes" who must be dealt with directly, the introduction of the motion says.

The motion refers to the crimes committed by the 26 US officials in Iraq and Afghanistan, including frequent and severe violations of human rights, support for terrorist groups and direct role in drug trafficking activities.

The motion also calls on the foreign ministry to lodge complaints against them with the international bodies.

The Iranian parliament had earlier announced plans to annul the country's agreements with all the state and private firms and companies which are affiliated or somehow related to the 26 US officials sanctioned by Iran.

Jalali in his statement condemned Saturday's assassination of Iran's young scientist, Daryoush Rezayeenejad, and took the US and the Zionist regime responsible for the killing of the Iranian elites.

Meantime, Jalali played down the attempts made by the enemies to prevent the progress of the Iranian nation in different fields, and said Iran is paving its way towards technological superiority irrespective of animosities.

Despite the hostile policies and moves of the United States and its European allies, Iran has shown a promising trend of growth in science and economy.

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