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تصوير سازي جهاني در کارزار انتخاباتي ملي

آغاز غير رسمي تبليغات انتخاباتي در ايران امکان مرور فنون عمليات رواني  و ارتباطات سياسي را براي دانشجويان و پژوهشگران ارتباطات فراهم مي کند. محمد باقر قاليباف امروز با پذيرش استعفاي خود از سوي رهبري کارت سبز ورود به کارزار انتخاباتي را دريافت کرد .يک روز قبل از آن فرهاد پولادي خبرنگار مشهدي خبرگزاري فرانسه گزارشي در باره او منتشر کرد. در اين گزارش قاليباف با صفات  و ويژگيهاي مشخصي معرفي مي شود:

  • فرمانده محبوب(مردمي ) پليس ملي
  • محافظه کار عملگرا
  • رئيس سابق نيروی هوايی سپاه پاسداران انقلاب اسلامي
  • قهرمان جبهه هاي جنگ
  • 43 ساله
  • خلبان اير باس
  • دکتري ژئوپوليتيک
  • متخصص جرايم اقتصادي و مالي
  • بهسازي چهره پليس
  • خريداري ماشينهاي پليس مرسدس بنز
  • تهيه يونيفورمهاي تر و تميز براي پليس
  • پخش انيميشنهاي محبوب  کامپيوتري عليه رانندگي بد
  • پذيرش پليس زن براي اولين بار
  • سفر به شهرهاي مختلف با لباس معمولي و تجربه بازداشت شدن براي کشف ماموران فاسد
  • مخالفت با ميليشياي اسلام گرا(بسيجيان) در حمله به خانه هاي مردم براي جمع آوري ديشهاي ماهواره

 

 

  • popular national police chief
  • widely seen as a pragmatic conservative
  • A former head of the air force wing of Iran s elite
    Revolutionary Guards
  • frontline veteran of the 1980-88 Iran-Iraq
    war
  • 43-year-old
  • an Airbus pilot
  • a doctorate in geopolitics and is considered
    an expert on economic and financial crime
  • improving the image of the force
  • acquiring a huge fleet of Mercedes Benz police cars
  • wardrobe of tidy uniforms
  • A televised police campaign against bad
    driving, which has used computer animation and a cast of comic
    characters, has been a nationwide hit.
  • women have also joined the police for the first time
  • travelling to Iranian cities in plain clothes and getting himself
    arrested as part of a personal bid to challenge and root out corrupt
    officers.
  • He has also spoken out against Islamist militia crackdowns on
    satellite television dishes

در اين گزارش هيچ نقطه ضعف يا ايراد و ابهامي در سابقه قاليباف وجود ندارد اما رقباي او داراي چنين صفاتي هستند:

  • بنياد گراي فاقد محبوبيت
  • محافظه کار مکار
  • اصلاح طلب بيچاره
  • They have been referred to in the Iranian press as coming from
    the fundamentalist camp
  • Rafsanjani is seen as a wily pragmatist
  • the beleaguered reformists

اين گونه تصوير پردازي از يک چهره داخلي در خبرگزاري فرانسه -به عنوان منبعي قابل اعتماد- مي تواند در محافل خبري ،سياسي و سياستگذاري کشورهاي ديگر مور توجه قرار گيرد.




 

 

 by Farhad Pouladi



TEHRAN, April 4 (AFP) - Iran s high-profile and popular national
police chief, Mohammad Baqer
Qalibaf, has quit his post amid
widespread expectations he intends to stand in this year s
presidential election.
Sources close to
Qalibaf said on Monday he handed in his
resignation to supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei late on Sunday
-- in line with a general understanding that serving members of the
security forces cannot directly enter politics.
They also told AFP that a campaign apparatus has been
established.
Qalibaf was due to give a press conference later on
Monday when a formal announcement is expected.
Iran s presidential election is due to be held on June 17, and
prospective candidates have several days to register after May 10.
Qalibaf, widely seen as a pragmatic conservative, was appointed
chief of police after student unrest in 1999.
A former head of the air force wing of Iran s elite
Revolutionary Guards and frontline veteran of the 1980-88 Iran-Iraq
war, 43-year-old
Qalibaf still regularly moonlights as an Airbus
pilot for national carrier Iran Air in order to keep up his flying
skills.
His revolutionary credentials are matched by his academic
achievements. He holds a doctorate in geopolitics and is considered
an expert on economic and financial crime.
As police chief he has set about improving the image of the
force, acquiring a huge fleet of Mercedes Benz police cars and a
wardrobe of tidy uniforms. A televised police campaign against bad
driving, which has used computer animation and a cast of comic
characters, has been a nationwide hit.
Under his command, women have also joined the police for the
first time.
His populist image has been reinforced by accounts of him
travelling to Iranian cities in plain clothes and getting himself
arrested as part of a personal bid to challenge and root out corrupt
officers.
He has also spoken out against Islamist militia crackdowns on
satellite television dishes -- which are illegal but nevertheless
widely used in Iran -- as well as illegal imports of consumer
goods.
Iran s incumbent president Mohammad Khatami, elected in 1997 and
again in 2001, is just months from the end of his final term in
office. The Iranian constitution allows presidents to serve a
maximum of two consecutive terms.
Several prominent conservative figure have already entered the
race -- signalling an apparent lack of consensus among the Islamic
republic s right-wing.
Long-serving former foreign minister Ali Akbar Velayati, now a
top advisor to Ayatollah Khamenei, has announced he intends to
stand, as has Mohsen Rezai, a former head of the Revolutionary
Guards, and Ali Larijani, a former state broadcasting boss.
They have been referred to in the Iranian press as coming from
the fundamentalist camp .
But the main element of suspense in the race surrounds the
possible entry of powerful former president and top cleric Akbar
Hashemi Rafsanjani, who is openly mulling standing but has yet to
make a formal announcement.
Rafsanjani is seen as a wily pragmatist and has been promoting
himself as a candidate who can rise above the damaging
conservative-reformist in-fighting that has dogged Iran.
Although short on independent opinion polls, several Iranian
papers have placed Rafsanjani as the most popular prospective
candidate. However,
Qalibaf has begun to gain a stronger profile in
recent weeks amid the signals that he will also stand.
Amid the confusion on the conservative side, one grouping --
known as the Builders and which has a strong presence in
parliament -- called on Monday for rival politicians loyal to the
regime to submit to opinion polls and give way to a single
candidate.
Press reports say
Qalibaf, Rezai and another possible contender
MP Ahmad Tavakoli may be ready to do that.
Representing the beleaguered reformists, lacking popularity
because of President Khatami s meagre track record in pushing
through reforms, are Mostafa Moin, a former higher education
minister, and Mehdi Karoubi, a former parliament speaker.
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AFP