Iran Cities, October 19, 2020— On the anniversary of the election of Maryam Rajavi as the president-elect of the NCRI for regime change in Iran, PMOI/MEK Resistance Units took to graffiti on the Iran cities’ walls, honoring the anniversary of the election, October 21.
Esfarāyen— Maryam Rajavi: “We are about to establish Iranian people’s sovereignty in Iran”
Kermanshah— “Maryam Rajavi is the voice of justice and a free Iran.”
Tehran— Shahriar— Arak— “Maryam Rajavi is the voice of justice and a free Iran.”
Tehran— “Maryam Rajavi is the Iranian people’s hope for a prosperous tomorrow.”
Karaj— “Commemorating October 21, the anniversary of election of Maryam Rajavi as the president-elect of the NCRI for regime change in Iran.”
Mashhad— “Maryam Rajavi is the symbol of a free Iran.”
Tehran— Mashhad— Bandar Abbas— Isfahan— Karaj— Tehran— Hamadan— Zahedan— “Democracy and freedom with Maryam Rajavi”
A brief review in this regard
Maryam Rajavi as the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran(NCRI)
In 1993, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), a great and various coalition of Iranian resistance organizations and figures, elected Maryam Rajavi as its president for the transition period after the overthrow of the mullahs’ regime and the holding of the Constituent Assembly elections.
As President-elect of the NCRI, Mrs. Rajavi is responsible for handling the transitional period after the mullahs are overthrown while the country is being returned to the Iranian people.
The NCRI acts as a parliament-in-exile and a legislative assembly for the Iranian people.
Mrs. Rajavi as President-elect of the NCRI, Mrs. Rajavi has challenged the political, social, and cultural ideology that underlies the religious dictatorship. More than 50% of NCRI members are now women, and women hold many key leadership roles. Mrs. Rajavi has spoken repeatedly about the true message of Islam, which emphasizes tolerance and democracy, and how that contrasts with fundamentalist interpretations of Islam.
She believes that the differences in these opposing views of Islam can be seen clearly in the way that their adherents view the status of women.
Platform for Future Iran – Maryam Rajavi
Mrs. Rajavi’s ten-point plan has widespread support in the various countries around the worlds, U.S., Canada, Europe, Australia, and Middle East including MPs, prominent politicians, MEPs, and tens of thousands of Iranians in Iranian communities abroad.
Publications of Maryam Rajavi
Mrs. Rajavi has published several books on the subject of the status of women, including Islam, Women, and Equality, Women, the Force for Change, and Women against Fundamentalism.