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Supreme Leader appreciates presence of Iranian pilgrims in Hajj ritual

Tehran, Feb 24, IRNA -- Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei on Tuesday appreciated presence of Iranian pilgrims in the great congress of the Muslim Ummah. In a meeting with the officials in charge of executive affairs of the Hajj pilgrimage, the Supreme Leader said that the extensive presence of the Iranian nationals in the Hajj pilgrimage is a source of honor and prestige for the nation. Elaborating on the philosophy of Hajj pilgrimage, the Supreme Leader said that performing the Hajj ritual helps human being purify himself or herself. The Supreme Leader called for drawing up of new programs to enable more people to enjoy the blessing of Hajj ritual. "Hajj is a precious opportunity the Almighty have bestowed upon man," the Supreme Leader said. The Supreme Leader thanked the hard work of the official in charge of Iranian pilgrims Hojjatoleslam Mohammad Mohammadi Reyshahri and the head of the Hajj and Pilgrimage Organization Zarhani for their efforts to make necessary arrangement for the Iranian nationals to perform their pilgrimage.

Imam Khamenei congratulates for free elections

Full text of his Message, 21.2.2004

In the name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate.

O dear and proud nation. You went to the ballot box and you truly created an Islamic and national epic. The enemy waged a psychological warfare campaign for two months. It did not pursue any aim other than dashing the hopes of the Iranian people and lowering turn-out at the elections. However, you demonstrated your awareness and ability to take advantage of suitable opportunities once again. Now the people of the world can assess your performance. You visibly demonstrated the greatness of our faithful and revolutionary nation to your enemies.

Interventionist imperialists were day-dreaming and they sought to portray the Islamic Republic as being deprived of its popular base. However, you obliterated that baseless idea. Over the last two months, the enemy concentrated all its efforts on executing this malicious plot and praise be to the power of God, you acted with dignity and intelligence and foiled it. The [20 February] elections were held under the enemy's propaganda bombardment and, therefore, they were even more important than the elections held in the years of holy defence (reference to the Iran-Iraq war, 1980-88) when our cities were being bombarded. I am a humble servant of God and I express my gratitude to Almighty God for his assistance to this country and this nation and for enabling them to have this unforgettable experience.

Once again, I would like to say that I truly praise you brave and faithful nation for your greatness and I do so from the bottom of my heart. Yesterday's elections were completely free and they were completely fair and legal. Regardless of the result, it is completely credible. From the point of view of our people and officials of our country, the judgement of American imperialists who have been talking nonsense about these elections is absolutely worthless. I think it is necessary for me to thank all executive and supervisory officials, as well as those who were responsible for upholding law and order. I would also like to thank our media, particularly our national media.

My advice to our officials is as follows; firstly, you should safeguard the people's votes and remain trustworthy. Secondly, you should express your gratitude to this loyal and dear nation. My advice to those who will form the seventh Majlis (parliament), thanks to the people's votes, is to make use of their scientific, social and political capacities and to do their utmost to serve this nation and to strengthen the lofty and magnificent edifice of our Islamic state. They are merely the people's trustees and their religious and revolutionary duties are to make efforts to work hard and serve the people. My advice to political associations, groups and parties is to abandon the distressing debate about who won and who lost. Thus they should refrain from exacerbating disputes which only make our enemy happy.

The nation is the winner of these elections. All of those who participated in the elections, be they those who either themselves, or their favourite candidates, gained votes, or those who failed to gain votes. They are both winners. Those who lost the elections were America, Zionism and the enemies of the Iranian nation. You should work together and you should help each other and help the government, which is serving the people. In this way, our problems will be solved one after the other.

May God be satisfied with all of you and may he bestow his mercy and blessings upon you and grant you assistance.

I salute the remnant of God, may our souls be sacrificed for him. I salute the immaculate spirits of our martyrs and their Imam who has a lofty status. May God bestow his blessings upon you.

 

Supreme Leader praises Iranians for enthusiastic turnout in elections

Tehran, Feb 21, IRNA -- Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei on Saturday praised the Iranian people from all walks of life for their massive turnout in the 20 February parliamentary elections. He said the Iranian people created an epic on 20 February as they flocked to the polling stations to cast their votes and ignored the poisonous propaganda of the opponents of the Islamic system of Iran. "The Iranian people were stormed by the black propaganda of enemies of Islam, but they acted based on their common sense and their realistic insight when they went en mass to the polling stations to caste votes," said the leader. 

He described the 20 February elections as a "fair, sound and legitimate election" and noted that the elections had neutralized the conspiracies of the enemies. He said the enemies have launched a psychological war for the two past months to discourage the people and to prevent them from going to polls. The arrogant powers were after creating division in the ranks of the people and separate them from the officials and system but they have seen that their thoughts and anticipations were unsubstantiated and false, said the leader. 

Ayatollah Khamenei said whatever the result of the election, it was a fair, sound and legal one adding that the people showed they did not consider at all the calls by the Untied Sates to boycott the elections. He called on the political camps in the country to set aside the factional tug-of-war and mull over effective measures to render services to the Iranian nation. Iranians displayed a respectable turnout in the Friday`s parliamentary elections with polling extended by four hours beyond the official closing time to allow latecomers to vote. Iran`s leaders and state media had exhorted voters to "slap America in the face" by turning out in droves, seeking to tap a deep vein of nationalism and suspicion of foreign interference among many Iranians. 

Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei was among the first to cast his ballot. He said it was a great day for the nation and the country. "I hope, the election result will be a blessing for the nation and the country. God willing the election will have a useful result." "I think this election is more important than the former ones. ecause the counter revolutionaries are making efforts to stop people from voting," the Supreme Leader said. The Supreme Leader said that he is confident about the people`s intelligence and that no one can stop the youth who like to vote. HB/214 End 

Supreme Leader stresses need to probe cause of Neishabour train

blast Tehran, Feb 21, IRNA -- Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei here Saturday stressed the need to find the cause of the train blast which occurred in the city of Neishabour, northeastern Iran, Wednesday. In a message to the city`s Friday Prayer leader, the leader expressed condolences to the people of the city and the bereaved families of those who lost members due to the accident as well as those who sustained injuries. He said he had prayed to the Almighty to grant speedy recovery to those injured as a result of the tragic accident. He stressed that state officials have been directed to look into the cause of the accident and to clarify allegations. The accident in northeastern Iran involved a cargo train carrying sulphur, fertilizers and cotton which exploded near a train station in the village of Dehno on Wednesday. The latest death toll has been put at 315 with 90 people still missing and up to 460 people injured. President Mohammad Khatami has ordered a thorough probe into the accident, describing it as "unacceptable". The State Inspectorate Organization has dispatched a factfinding team to the city of Neishabour, 20 km from the site of the accident, to look into how the wagons rolled out of control and derailed before the explosion. 1424/LS/210 End

Supreme Leader Says No Power Can Stop People From Voting

TEHRAN, Feb 20 (Mehr News Agency) -- Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei visited Imam Khomein Husseinieh and cast his poll in ballot box no. 110.

The Supreme Leader said no power can stop people including the fervent and buoyant youth from performing their duty of voting because the nation is knowledgeable and vigilant.

The Leader thanked Allah that once again he was given the chance to participate in the great and public task of voting in the country.

He said he voted for 30 candidates and said he was happy that he has done his duty as a citizen. The Leader said every citizen has the right to participate in Majlis election.

"I had also this right and today I did my duty," he added.

The leader said the seventh Majlis elections are very significant and sensitive because the enemies are mustering all their might in the vain hopes of discouraging people from going to the polls.

The Supreme Leader admired the late Leader of the Islamic Revolution (Ayatollah Khomeini), the martyrs of revolution and the sacred defense, which provided the opportunity for the people to decide about their fate freely.

7th Majlis / Supreme Leader : It is a great day for nation

Tehran, Feb 20, IRNA -- Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei said on Friday that it is a great day for the nation and the country. "I hope, the election result will be a blessing for the nation and the country. God willing the election will have a useful result." "I think this election is more important than the former ones. Because the counterrevolutionaries are making efforts to stop people from voting," the Supreme Leader said. The Supreme Leader said that he is confident about the people's intelligence and that no one can stop the youth who like to vote. 

High Election Turnout Will Thwart Enemies’ Plots: Leader

TEHRAN (Mehr News Agency 13.2.2004) -- Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei here on Friday urged Iranian people to rush to the polls to choose their representatives, thereby to thwart the enemies’ plots.

Speaking to thousands of worshipers at Tehran Friday prayers, the leader stated a high turnout in the upcoming elections would be a slap in the enemies’ face and disappoint them in pursuing their evil ploys.

The Supreme Leader praised the Iranian people from all walks of life for their participation in the massive rallies held on February 11 to mark the 25th victory anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

Ayatollah Khamenei said the holding of the seventh parliamentary elections is of prime importance, noting both the friends and enemies of the Islamic Revolution are scrutinizing the election.

Every zealous Iranian is duty-bound to work for a fair election that would guarantee the honor and prestige of the nation and ensure the prosperity of the country.

He said participation in elections indicates the clearest symbol of popular presence and a great support for the Islamic Revolution. Referring to the frequent failures of enemies in achieving their diabolical goals, he said, “The only way of the foes is to sow seeds of dissension between the Iranian people and the officials. That is why centers of arrogant powers are scrutinizing the Feb. 20 elections so that in case of low popular turnout they would separate people from the officials and pave the way for interferences in Iran. However, people will prove firm as in the past and champion the ideals of the Islamic system.”

Referring to the recent statements of U.S. officials on Iran election, he said the enemies are encouraging Iranians to shun the elections and this shows the bitter U.S. animosity towards the Islamic Republic.

He described the comments of U.S. officials as flagrant interference in Iran's internal affairs, adding the authorities should know that Iranians would view their statements with a look of contempt.

The leader urged the officials to defuse the situation and avoid exaggerating the discrepancies among fractions over the electoral process and examination of hopefuls’ qualification.

There are people in the country who are seeking to create or exacerbate tension but people are vigilant enough not to be deceived by them, he warned.

The Supreme Leader stressed the necessity of regarding certain criteria to vote for candidates.

In his speech, Ayatollah Khamenei said piety, efficiency, care and courage are the four main criteria for electing appropriate candidates.

“A strong Majlis will be formed if dependant on people’s votes and committed to its duties,” he said.

“Our republicanism is based only on Islam and Islam does not allow us to reject democracy,” he said.

Ayatollah Khamenei stressed the Iranian nation has managed to guarantee Islamic identity and republicanism through its dependence on the Constitution.

The Supreme Leader went on to say that representatives of the nation should be pious and efficient as well as caring about the downtrodden people.

“They should not be attached to money and power and should perform their duties with courage and persistence,” he said.

The nation is free to elect their representatives through voting within the boundaries of law; if the nation is happy with their performance, they will elect them again; otherwise, they change their choice.

The Leader also said the Islamic government and the officials have never been trying to create enemies. He said putting an end to the pillage of our resources by colonial powers has been a major reason for the enemies’ animosities toward Iranian nation. Another major reason for their animosity is that the Islamic Revolution has breathed a new life into the veins of Muslim countries.

The enemies have always been trying to confront the Islamic Revolution by downgrading or humiliating religious democracy, which is a great achievement by the nation.

The U.S. claims to be the defender of democracy but the president of this country with the backing of 25 percent of voters supports the most despotic regime, which by itself shows a lack of incompatibility between democracy and religion or spirituality.

 

Supreme leader’s remarks at Friday prayers

IRIB 13.2.2004 - The supreme leader of the Islamic revolution says taking part in elections indicates the people’s presence on the scene and is a big support for the revolution and Islamic republic system that can safeguard the country’s destiny from any harm. Ayatollah Khamenei in remarks at Tehran’s Friday prayers on Feb 13

reiterated that the only way left for the enemies is to separate the people from the officials and that is why world power centers have focused their attention on the Feb 20 elections in Iran. Ayatollah khamenei reiterating the important role of the parliament in determining the Iranian nation’s fate considered the 7th parliament to be important from the viewpoint of the country’s 20 ­year perspective.For, the first step in carrying out this perspective will be taken by the parliament.The leader’s emphasis on people’s participation in the elections is a reminder of a fundamental principle of the Islamic republic system.For, the victory of the revolution is the result of years of the people’s struggle against foreign domination and their continuous presence on the scene to reach independence. The people’s participation in elections is also one of the important manifestations of this presence of the people in determining their fate and that of their country. The people’s presence in the Feb 20 elections is also important in this line and because the enemy is trying to discourage the people from taking part in the elections .US officials and also Eu foreign relations commissioner Chris Patten’s interventionist remarks made recently are indications of these efforts.They say elections in Iran are not free, but undoubtedly they only aim in this way to discourage the Iranian people.For, foreign powers have by experience learnt that the Iranian nation will not be intimidated by their threats and economic and political pressures, thus their only hope is weakening the pillars of the Islamic revolution and system.A hope that will turn into despair with the Iranian people’s strong will to take part in the upcoming elections.

 

Supreme Leader urges academicians, researchers to contribute to sciences

Tehran, Feb 10, IRNA -- Supreme Leader of Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei said here on Tuesday that Iranian intellectual elite, scientists and researchers have the historical duty to make strong contribution to promotion of science and technology. Addressing a group of young academicians and scientists as well as winners of the scientific and research contests both inside and outside the country, Ayatollah Khamenei said officials have the grave duty to help the intellectuals achieve their "highly important" objective. Ayatollah Khamenei criticized certain group of states for taking in their monopoly certain branches of science and technology, using them for their political ends. The Supreme Leader said science and wealth should be fairly distributed in the world and be brought out of certain group of people's monopoly. He said firm determination, active presence on the scenes of science and technology, and proper use of huge domestic wealth and resources are the prerequisites for campaign against certain countries' monopoly. The paramount leader highlighted extensive scientific achievements in the post-Islamic Revolution era, saying thanks to Iran's scientific progress, the wide gap between the country and the developed states has been narrowed down. He said that Iran is still far behind the developed states and lots of works and intense activities are still needed to narrow down the gap. Also pointing to Iran's scientific achievements over recent years, Ayatollah Khamenei said movement in the path to scientific progress had been a highly important issue, which has been successfully fulfilled thanks to God Almighty, but the more important thing is continuing to move in the said path up to the end. Somewhere in his remarks, Ayatollah Khamenei called on the community of scientists, intellectuals and researchers to avoid engagement in politics, reasoning that the practice is feared to leave "destructive" impact on their scientific and research activities.

 

Supreme Leader; "Iran is Determined to Remain Independent"

10.2.2004 IRIB - Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei, termed the insistence of the Iranian nation on its principles as the reason behind all pressures on the Islamic system and emphasized; "The Iranian nation is determined to remain independent.

In a meeting with the commanders and staff of the Iranian Air Force unit in Tehran on Sunday, Ayatollah Khamenei, referred to the Iranian nation's persistence in remaining independent and stressed that tyrannical powers, the US at the top, which now claim to be observing human rights, democracy and freedom, supported the Pahlavi dictatorial rule in Iran for fifty years and even today continue with support for 100 percent of all dictatorial rules in other parts of the world.

The supreme leader pointed that "the enemy will be discouraged if it feels that the process of movement, self-strength and independence-seeking can never be halted in Iran."

Ayatollah Khamenei, termed as significant the role of scientists, university scholars and politicians in creating despair in the heart of the enemy and reiterated; "even the armed forces can strengthen their organization and planning to play a key role alongside the university and industrial sectors in delivering faithful youth to the society.

 

Supreme Leader's Response to President and Parliament Speaker's Letter

10.2.2004 IRIB - Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei on February 7 in response to the joint letter written to him by the Iranian president and parliament speaker reiterated the holding of the elections on time.

He said the officials' efforts and will to hold the elections on time is a source of content, as a national and revolutionary principle. The leader reiterating the need to safeguard national unity and solidarity among the officials said the elections are important for the country and people's interests and must be held in a sane and enthusiastic atmosphere.

 

Supreme Leader's Remarks

10.2.2004 IRIB - Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei emphasized that "the Iranian nation will enthusiastically and determined take part in the 22nd of Bahman demonstration which marks the anniversary of the victory of the Islamic Revolution in Iran."

Ayatollah Khamenei said on Monday, foreign media propaganda concerning the Iranians' participation in this nation-wide rally indicates the significance of people's participation in this demonstration which is held annually in Islamic Iran.

The Supreme Leader pointed thank out God, this year when foreign propaganda against the symbols of popular rule in Iran have increased and foreigners seem highly-motivated to downplay these symbols, The Iranian nation with its wide-scale participation in the upcoming rally will once again disappoint the enemies.

 

Supreme Leader Grants Amnesty to a Group of Convicted Prisoners

10.2.2004 IRIB - Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei, has granted amnesty to a group of Iranian prisoners.

Based on article 110 of the Iranian constitution, and on the occasion of Eidol-Ghadir coinciding with the victory anniversary of the Islamic Revolution of Iran, Ayatollah Khamenei, agreed on Monday, February 9, to pardon or commute the sentences of a group of Iranian prisoners convicted in general, revolutionary, and military courts.

The conditions of the amnesty were prepared at the amnesty commission of the Iranian judiciary and offered to the supreme leader in a letter by the head of the Judiciary.

The amnesty conditions include not having more than two convictions in the record of intentional crimes, having no private plaintiff or gaining the satisfaction of the plaintiff by the end of the current Iranian year.

 

Islamic Revolution Indebted to Martyrs: Leader

TEHRAN, Feb. 6 (Mehr News Agency) ­ Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Seyyed Ali Khamenei here on Friday stated that citizens in general and officials in particular need to be vigilant, adding that all should strive to make Iran flourish under Islamic rule.

In a message on the occasion of the ceremony of laying flowering on martyrs’ graves held on Martyr Praising Day, Ayatollah Khamenei said that the Islamic Revolution is indebted to martyrs and their honored families for all it has gained.

“The dignity and sovereignty of the Iranian nation has been attained through the sacrifices of the country’s best youth, who fought for the establishment of an Islamic system and defended Islamic values,” the Leader said.

He added that officials should consider themselves the trustees of this divine gift and make efforts to defend it.

Ayatollah Khamenei went on to say that enemies still lie in wait, adding that the slightest negligence could ruin the Iranian nation’s great achievements.

 

Election Is People's Right, There Will Be No Postponement

TEHRAN Feb. 4 (Mehr News Agency) -- Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said here Wednesday that the seventh Majlis elections will be held on February 20 without a day of delay.

Speaking to thousands of people from all walks of life, the Supreme Leader said the elections indicate the freedom and will of people in determining the fate of their country.

Ayatollah Khamenei added that people's participation in elections indicates that they possess a government, a Majlis and governmental officials.

"This crucial issue protects the country like a firm parapet against conspiracies and strikes fear into the hearts of the enemies of Iran and Islam," he said.

The Leader described the popularity of the system as a major cause of the enemies' frustration in the past 25 years since the inception of the Islamic Revolution.

He went on to say the revolution and Islamic system in Iran would never have survived the conspiracies of domineering powers if it wasn't for the presence of elections and democracy in Iran and people's massive participation in various scenes.

"This is why various centers of aggression fear people's participation in the February 11 demonstrations and the upcoming elections and are trying to halt both events with all their might," he said.

Referring to the massive propaganda machine employed by foreign media against the seventh Majlis elections in Iran, Ayatollah Khamenei said enemies are resorting to different strategies in a bid to damage and postpone the elections.

The Leader said hegemonic powers follow this general policy through ploys meant to postpone the elections. He added they try to make officials believe that the elections cannot and should not be held in the appointed time by way of various direct and indirect propaganda and other methods.

"But the government and nation will thwart this conspiracy," he said.

Voicing regret over the remarks of certain people who "repeated the comments of the enemies of people", Ayatollah Khamenei added enemies are trying to encourage certain executive officials to reject their legal authorities.

The Leader said that conflict between the executive and supervisory boards of the election is not something new and that there is a solution to every conflict.

"During its blessed life, the Islamic Revolution has succeeded in breaking the deadlocks. Today, thank Allah, there is no deadlock in front of the Islamic Republic and the Iranian nation," he said.

"No one is authorized to shirk duties just because they do not agree with a certain method or an incident. Shirking one's responsibilities in the form of resignation is haram (religiously forbidden)," he said.

The Supreme Leader stated the majority of the MPs are loyal to the Islamic Revolution and wish to serve people, adding that the Majlis is the cornerstone of the Islamic Republic.

Certain people have infiltrated into the Majlis and are distorting the realities, he said.

"In the Islamic Republic, we are servants of people and take our pride in serving them. People are not indebted to the officials. Rather, it is the officials who owe gratitude to the people. This spirit has been the key to the survival of the Islamic Republic over the past 25 years in the face of conspiracies of the enemies," he said.

The Supreme Leader said that the Majlis shoulders heavy responsibilities which are religious, ethical and national.

"After the end of the imposed war, a lot has been done in the country and bright horizons are gradually emerging. But, the enemy is hatching plots to stop the progress," he said.

Elsewhere in his speech, the Supreme Leader offered felicitations to the Iranian nation on the occasion of the Ten-Day Dawn and Ghadir Khom feast (February 10).

Referring to the decades of foreign domination over Iran -- the British and U.S. looting of Iran -- the Leader said the Islamic Revolution brought awareness to Iranians and they uprooted dictatorship under the leadership of the late Imam, ousted the U.S., and took charge of their destiny in 1979.

On the worldwide Islamic reawakening, the Supreme Leader said that the young generation in Muslim countries celebrates the anniversary of the victory of the Islamic Revolution every year because they believe it to be a model for their own national awakening.

 

7th Majlis Supreme Leader: Election to be held without delay

Tehran, Feb 4, IRNA -- Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei here on Wednesday stressed that the upcoming Majlis election will be held on February 20 without even one day delay. Addressing a large group of people from all walks of life, the Supreme Leader said the election is a manifestation of freedom and people`s will. "The election is also a manifestation of presence and power of people in administering the country," Ayatollah Khamenei said adding that presence of people in the election will show that the nation is master of "government, Majlis and all officials". Such an important move will safeguard the country and the system against conspiracies of enemies and will intimidate enemies of Islam and the Islamic Republic, the Supreme Leader reiterated. Referring to people`s support for the Islamic Republic as the main factor behind failure of enemies in the past 25 years, Ayatollah Khamenei said the Revolution and the Islamic system would not have survived even one year in the face of conspiracies of the hegemonic governments if elections and democracy had not existed in the country. That is why today arrogant powers are frightened by presence of people in rallies marking the victory of the Islamic Revolution and massive turnout in the elections and mobilize all their potentials to prevent materialization of these two. 

7th Majlis Supreme - Leader: Conflict between executive, supervisory boards not something new

Tehran, Feb 4, IRNA -- Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei said on Wednesday that conflict between the executive and supervisory boards of the election is not something new and every conflict has a solution. "There is no knot that cannot be untied and every conflict has a solution. During its blessed life, the Islamic Revolution has succeeded in breaking the deadlocks. Today too, thanks God, there is no deadlock in front of the Islamic Republic and the Iranian nation," he said. "One is not authorized to shun its duty, because of his objection to a method or an event. Refraining from fulfilling a task in the form of resignation is Haram (religiously forbidden)," he said. The Supreme Leader said that the majority of members of parliament are faithful to the Islamic Revolution and keen on serving the people adding that the parliament is the pillar of the Islamic Republic. Of course, certain individuals may have infiltrated into parliament and they are showing the facts upside down, he said. "In the Islamic Republic, we are servants of people and take our prestige from the service to the people. "People are not indebted to the officials of the Islamic Republic. Rather it is the officials that have a debt of gratitude to people. This spirit has been the key to the survival of the Islamic Republic over the past 25 years in the face of conspiracies of the enemies," he said.

 

 
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