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          NATION TEl- IRAN — A group of Iranian MPs have filed a complaint to the judiciary against OTHER NEWS FROM WORLD
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          The trial was the latest shot in an official campaign to snuff out defiance by those Muhammad
          RSS who say Iran's June 12 election was rigged to ensure the re-election of President
          RSS Feeds Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, due to be sworn in by parliament on Wednesday.
          “The scenes that we saw were a clumsy preparation for the launch of the 10th
          ARCHIVED ISSUES government,” Mousavi said on his website. Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali
          Khamenei, who has endorsed the election result and demanded an end to
          protests, will formally approve the hardline incumbent for a second term on
          Monday.
          Khatami, several of whose close associates were in the dock on Saturday, said the
          trial violated Iran's constitution.
          “Such show trials will directly harm the system and further damage public trust,” he
          said on his website (www.khatami.ir).
          The mass trial of dozens of reformists, including senior officials such as Khatami's
          former vice-president, Mohammad Ali Abtahi, paraded in prison dress without his
          clerical turban, has no precedent in Iran's 30-year history.
          Proceedings were closed to all but state media.
          On Sunday, Ahmadinejad's media adviser and close ally, Ali Akbar Javanfekr,
          made public his resignation, which local media said had been offered two weeks
          ago but not accepted.
          After his inauguration, Ahmadinejad has two weeks to submit his cabinet list to the
          mostly conservative parliament, which may resist if he only names members of his
          inner circle.
          Meanwhile, ten more protesters who opposed the re-election of President
          Mahmoud Ahmadinejad were put on trial in a revolutionary court in Tehran on
          Sunday, the ISNA news agency reported.
          Defeated Iranian presidential candidate Mohsen Rezai called the prosecution of
          members of the security forces behind attacks on vote protesters, the Mehr news
          agency reported. —Agencies
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