Extraordinary Iran Regime Change in Paris
By: Keyvan Salami
Over 100,000 cheerful Iranians from various North America and European countries gathered in Paris on Saturday, July 9th.
With free Iran as their main plea, they joined voice with an endless list of present and past officials mostly from the United States and their associates from the other side of the Atlantic, along with many passionate politicians and well-known Middle East figures.
The mullahs’ regime in Tehran was condemned by an extensive range of the Iranian opposition supporters as they flocked into in the famous Le Bourget convention center of the French capital.
Their main objective in this rally, staged by Iranian opposition National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), is to express the world this nation is struggling for democratic change and the regime in Iran doesn’t represent the Iranian people at all.
A rather huge number of other public figures are scheduled to take part in significant delegations also expressed their deep support for democracy in Iran and the formation of the rule of law, something which is presently difficult to imagine as long as the mullahs rule in Iran.
The most valuable document that I have witnessed to this day is NCRI President Maryam Rajavi’s 10-point-plan, said former Democratic National Committee chair Howard Dean. These articles can be the constitution of any country.
Keyvan Salami is a human rights advocate and political activist seeking democracy for Iran and peace for the region against nuclear Iran, Follow Keyvav on @SalamiKeyvan