The Responsibility to Prevent Coalition's report and petition on Iran - Macleans.ca
 

The Responsibility to Prevent Coalition’s report and petition on Iran


 

can be read in its entirety here.


 

The Responsibility to Prevent Coalition’s report and petition on Iran

  1. The Responsibility to Prevent Coalition's report and petition on Iran

    I did a double-take. That's a fairly important apostrophe.

  2. To be sure, a heavy executive summary. One thing that jumped out at me:

    I noticed about the fraudulent presidential elections of June 12, 2009. An interesting claim (which is repeated continuously throughout) since, as far as I know, it hasn't actually been verified. Certainly there is plenty of evidence pointing in that direction, but I'm not aware of any actual proof.

    It is unfortunate when a report like this uses inflammatory language about such an important topic.

  3. @RunningGag

    Surely the fact that the result of the election was announced the night of the election is all the proof any person could possibly need to know that any real votes were not needed for the result announced.

    If you believe the election was not rigged, please share your wisdom on how 40million votes can be counted and a final result announced only one hour after polling stations have been closed. Also note that the result of over 60% of the vote to the rigged winner has not been revised at any point after the announcement on the night of the election.