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Peugeot 504 Ahmedinejad Dibeli RM7.5 Juta


KETUA Pertubuhan Kebajikan Iran, Ahmad Esfandyari (dua dari kanan) membuka pintu untuk Mohammad Isari (kanan) yang mewakili seorang pelanggannya yang membeli kereta Peugeot 504 milik Presiden Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad di Abadan kelmarin.


Peugeot 504 tahun 1977  Presiden Iran dibeli RM7.5 juta

TEHERAN – Sebuah kereta Peugeot 504 keluaran tahun 1977 milik Presiden Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad dijual pada harga AS$2.5 juta (RM7.5 juta) dalam satu lelongan antarabangsa kelmarin, kata laman web Pertubuhan Kebajikan Iran. Continue reading

Presiden Iran Lelong Kereta Peribadi


Untuk tabung kebajikan perumahan pegawai rendah

TEHERAN – Presiden Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad akan melelong kereta Peugeot 504 yang dimilikinya pada 1977 untuk tujuan kebajikan, lapor sebuah stesen televisyen semalam.

Wang hasil lelongan kereta itu akan diserahkan kepada projek perumahan Mehr untuk penduduk yang berpendapatan rendah.

“Kereta itu akan dijual dalam satu lelongan antarabangsa,” kata Menteri Kebajikan dan Keselamatan Sosial, Sadeq Mahsouli dalam laman web televisyen tersebut.

Selepas beliau dipilih menjadi Presiden Iran pada 2005, antara aset yang diisytiharkannya ialah rumah di kawasan kelas pertengahan berusia 40 tahun di timur Teheran dan kereta Peugeot berwarna putih.

Pada Februari lalu, Menteri Perumahan, Ali Nikzad menyatakan, kira-kira satu juta penduduk Iran layak untuk mendapatkan rumah kos murah itu.

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Sweet 17


Beliau menyarankan wanita bernikah pada usia 16,17 tahun

TEHERAN: Presiden Iran Mahmoud Ahmadinejad menggesa remaja perempuan negara itu berkahwin seawal 16 tahun dan lelaki pada usia 20 tahun.

Akhbar tempatan memetik beliau sebagai berkata, lelaki ketika ini berkahwin pada usia purata 26 tahun, manakala perempuan pada usia 24 tahun. “Perkara ini tidak harus berlaku,” katanya dipetik oleh akhbar milik kerajaan Jam-e Jam semalam. “Kita harus mengambil usia perkahwinan bagi lelaki pada usia 20 tahun dan wanita pada usia 16 dan 17 tahun,” kata Ahmadinejad.

Berikutan kadar kelahiran mencipta paras rekod baru selepas revolusi Iran pada 1979, republik itu melaksanakan program perancangan keluarga pada 1990-an yang dipuji masyarakat antarabangsa.

Bagaimanapun Ahmadinejad mengecam program itu dengan menganggapnya melanggar perintah Tuhan dan berasal dari Barat.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said the best age for girls to get married was between 16 and 18, Iranian newspapers reported today.

Analysts say such announcements could be part of the government’s efforts to gain support among young voters.

Iran’s parliament in 2004 raised the legally acceptable age of marriage for girls to 15 from nine.

“The best age for marriage is between 16 to 18 for girls and 19 to 21 for boys,” the Mardomsalari newspaper quoted Ahmadinejad as saying.

Ahmadinejad’s popularity has been harmed since the disputed 2009 presidential vote, which the opposition says was rigged to secure his re-election. The authorities deny this. The vote and its aftermath created a rift within the ruling hardline elite.

“We have a parliamentary election in 2012 and hardliners want to win young people’s votes in order to win the assembly vote,” said an Iranian political analyst who asked not to be named.

Iranians struggle to cope with international sanctions and deepening economic uncertainty. The official inflation rate is about 10 per cent and unemployment about 15 per cent.

Iran has been hit by foreign sanctions over its disputed nuclear work, which the West fears is a cover to build bombs. Iran says its nuclear programme is peaceful.

The authorities have been encouraging marriage as a way to fight what they call the “spread of immorality among youth”.

Some hardline clerics and lawmakers have warned over increasing rates of divorce.

“Divorces … are increasing. High prices have caused problems for ordinary Iranians,” said prominent hardline cleric grand ayatollah Nasser Makarem-Shirazi on Friday.

Female activists criticise laws relating to women, including those that restrict women’s divorce and custody rights and forbid them from working or leaving the country without their husband’s permission.

A woman’s testimony and life, in blood money terms, are worth half that of a man’s in court. A woman cannot become president.

Activists say women’s demands cannot be put on the back burner in a country where two-thirds of the population is under 30 and more than 60 per cent of university graduates are women.

Iranian women have made inroads into politics and business in recent years. Shirin Ebadi, a human rights activist, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2003 for her work on women’s and children’s rights in the Islamic Republic.

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Pena: Teringat pulak zaman nenek dan opah dulu kahwin pada umur 15,16 tahun. Masa itu kalau ada anak dara kahwin pada umur 25 tahun sudah dikira ‘Andartu’ atau anak dara tua ,kata orang pada masa itu.


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