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The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) is the democratic c to the current theocratic regime ruling Iran. Formed in 1981, the NCRI is a wide-ranging political coalition comprised of organizations and personalities that represents the diversity of the Iranian society. NCRI’s ultimate objective is to replace the religious dictatorship with a republic based on universal suffrage and separation of religion and state.
According to NCRI program after the fall of the current regime, a provisional government will be formed for only six months with the task of transferring power to the people through free general elections for a constitutional assembly. The constitutional assembly will be tasked with drafting a new constitution and acting as a legislative body during the maximum two-year transitional period.
The NCRI’s President-elect, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, has presented a Ten-Point plan for the future of Iran that includes: pluralist system, Free elections, abolition of death penalty, separation of religion and state, gender equality, prohibition of any discrimination against religious and ethnic minorities, modern judicial system with abolition of mullahs’ sharia law, commitment to Universal Declaration of Human Rights, market economy and a none nuclear Iran.