MY COMMENTS ARE IN CAPS. The rest is from a Rooz article.
In another response to Jafari’s remarks, Mohammad Ali Tabesh, the secretary general of the minority faction in the national assembly, the Majlis, said, “Those who gave the IRGC permission to intervene in the elections and those who gave the Passdaran the warrants to arrest and extract forced confessions, must be prosecuted rather than those who have demonstrated they allegiance to the regime.”
(SO WHAT DOES THIS MEAN AND WHO DOES HE HAVE IN MIND?)
Tabesh further stated, “I expressly announce that any remarks that are aimed at extracted confessions under completely unlawful conditions have absolutely no value.”
(Reference: JAFARI NEW ACCUSATION AGAINST KHATAMI & OTHERS–AND A POTENTIAL BASIS FOR THEIR ARREST–IS THAT THEY ARE ENGAGED IN A NON-FOREIGN PLOT AGAINST KHAMENEI AND THE REPUBLIC.)
NEXT: TABESH THREATENS TO EXPOSE SOMETHING AWFUL IF JAFARI MAKES A MOVE AGAINST LEADERS. WHAT COULD IT BE?
“I advise them to let us keep quiet,” Tabesh continued. “We have so far refrained from talking about many issues in order to preserve the regime and the revolution, and not allow the enemies to misuse such expressions under these conditions and do not intend to talk about them. So I hope these gentlemen do not do something that will result in posturing when some truths and realities will be made which will damage the regime.”
FOR FURTHER BACKGROUND ON WHAT SEEMS TO BE AN OPEN POLITICAL CONFLICT WITH THE GUARD SEE MY NEWS POST ANF RELATED SUBPOST:
The Majlis representative continued, “How could you quote confessions that have been derived under unlawful conditions to mean that reformers are battling the faith and the leadership?”
Tabesh also said that he was preparing “a letter to the leader about the need to investigate the arbitrary actions and interference of certain circles,” which he said he intended to send to ayatollah Khamenei shortly. He concluded his remarks by saying, “Some hurt the whole regime through their interference and unilateral actions, and they must be prosecuted and their trials be aired on the radio and television just as were the courts of the political prisoners.”