Seyyed Mostafa Tajzadeh, imprisoned senior member of Participation Front and Mojahedin of Islamic Revolution Organization (reformist) and the deputy minister of Interior during Mohammad Khatami’s administration, invited the team of the coup d’état for a debate at the state-run television and radio or at Evin prison.
Mostafa Tajzadeh’s wife, Fakhrosadat Mohtashamipour, reported that she was able to meet with her husband for the first time since he was called back to Evin prison two weeks ago and in her conversation with her husband, Seyyed Mostafa Tajzadeh invited the representatives of the autocrats to reveal all the documents they claim to have collected against him over the past year and have a debate with him either on air on the state-run television studio or even at the Evin prison. He has also asked that the seven-page text, which he had written regarding the electoral fraud during the interrogations be released to the public.
Tajzadeh also stressed that all the propaganda of the government is not only to distract the public’s mind from the extensive fraud in the tenth presidential elections, but also is to lay foundations to prevent any free and fair elections in the future because the hardliners very well know that with any free elections they will lose power.
Seyyed Mostafa Tajzadeh, is one of the seven senior reformists figure who made a formal complaints to the judiciary against some of the high ranking Revolutionary Guards officials because of their illegal intervention in the last year’s presidential election based on a released speech made by one of the senior commanders of the IRGC in which he explained the methods they used to sabotage the reformist candidates’ campaign and meddling in the election process to bring Ahmadinejad back to power.
Tajzadeh along with some other reformist figures who were among the signatories of this formal complaint were called back to prison following the release of this formal complaint.