Sunday, May 31, 2009

Interview with Morteza Nabavi

IslamOnline - Kourosh Ziabari: Born in 1947, Morteza Nabavi is a moderate right-wing Iranian Conservative and the managing director of the conformist Resalat newspaper. Being a founding member of the Resalat Foundation, Morteza Nabavi served one term as the Minister of Post, Telegraph and Telephone (now the Ministry of ICT) under Prime Minister Mirhossein Mousavi.

Nabavi, who used to be a critic of Mousavi's government, advocates the reelection of the incumbent President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

In an exclusive interview for IslamOnline.net, the former Iranian ICT Minister and the current deputy head of the Islamic Society of Engineers talks about Ahmadinejad and the prospects of his reelection.

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