The Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) strongly condemns the suspicious death of the Argentinian prosecutor Alberto Nisman and offers its condolences to his relatives and friends.
In light of his prominence role on the investigation regarding the Iranian regime’s terrorism, the NCRI’s foreign affairs committee calls for launching an independent international investigation into the mysterious death of Mr Alberto Nisman and making public the relevant findings.
The Argentine prosecutor leading the probe into the 1994 terrorist bombing of the AMIA Jewish community centre in Buenos Aires had warned about the Iranian regime's terrorism and had said that he had 'irrefutable proof' that killers from Tehran carried out the 1994 attack.
He told a Buenos Aires radio station earlier in June 2013: "I am certain that I have irrefutable proof. Any prosecutor who sat in my office would reach to the same conclusions because that's where the evidence leads.”
He also urged Interpol to 'take further measures in order to ensure the arrest of all eight defendants in the bombing with an international arrest warrant'.
Argentine courts have charged eight current and former senior Iranian regime officials over the bombing, including Ali Akbar Velayati. the current advisor to the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei; Mohsen Rezai, the current secretary of the Expediency Council and former IRGC commander; Ahmad Vahidi, former Defense Minister; Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, former president of the clerical regime; Ali Fallahian, former Intelligence Minister; Mohsen Rabbani, former cultural attaché in the regime’s embassy in Argentina; and Ahmad Reza Asghari, the former third secretary in the regime’s embassy in Argentina.
Later it was revealed that Hassan Rouhani, the current president of the Iranian regime, had been on the special Iranian government committee that plotted the 1994 bombing, according to the investigation.