Only 11 days remain until “Regime Change in Iran: we can and we must,” the international conference for Democratic change in Iran will take place in Paris. The event will feature over 100 high level dignitaries, 500 parliamentarians from the US, Europe, Canada, Australia and the Middle East. These individuals, who represent a wide spectrum of political views, will join Maryam Rajavi at the conference to show their support for the Iranian opposition and their efforts. Mrs. Rajavi’s agenda, which has been commended by several policy makers from the both the United States and Europe, calls for “a policy which recognizes the Iranian people and their resistance as the real partner for peace in Iran’s future.”
At the 2014 gather, there was an overwhelming number of youth supporters who attended. Iran is a young nation, Hamid Yazdan Panah of Iran Focus reports. “With nearly 70% of its population under the age of 30. The younger generation has little in common with the ruling clerics, and it is only a matter of time before Iranians demand real change. It is anticipated that there will be an equal number of Iranian youth attending the 2015 conference.
Only two months remain until the grand gathering of Iranians and supporters of resistance from all over the world, takes place in Paris on June 13.
The 2015 conference, “Regime Change in Iran, We Can and We Must,” will focus on the issues of human and women’s rights, fundamentalism, Camp Liberty and Iran nuclear talks.
Several world leaders and politicians from the United States and many other countries will be speaking at the conference. Stay tuned for a full list of 2015 conference speakers.
The 2014 Annual Conference for Democratic Change in Iran drew thousands of youth supporters. Given the large social presence the youth have online today, it easy for social media users to connect and weigh in on the issues that matter to them. The 2014 Watch the highlights from the 2014 June Gathering, including clips from Maryam Rajavi’s speech:
2014 “All for Freedom” conference speakers included:
- Rudolph Giuliani – Former New York City Mayor
- Howard Dean – Former Vermont Governor and presidential candidate
- John Bolton – Former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations
- Joseph Lieberman – Former Connecticut senator and vice presidential candidate
- Mike Mukasey – Former U.S. Attorney General
- Hugh Shelton – Former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General
- George Casey – Army Chief of Staff General
- Newt Gingrich – Former speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives and the
- Presidential candidate for 2012 election
- John Dennis Hastert – Former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives
- Robert Torricelli – Former member of the U.S. Senate
- Robert Joseph – Former U.S. Undersecretary of State for Arms Control and International Security
- Phillip J. Crowley – Assistant Secretary of State from 2009 – 2011
- John McCain – Senior member of the U.S. Senate, Republican Presidential nominee in the 2008 election (provided video message at conference)