These committees serve on behalf of the government ministries. The body has a secretariat in Paris, which is administered by Mahnaz Salimian, the NCRI’s Senior Secretary along with Abolghasem Rezai the Deputy Senior Secretary. It is manned by five secretaries, the secretariat, holds meetings, communicates with members, and oversees the organization’s administrative activities.
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The NCRI’s assembly functions as the organization’s decision-making body. It organizes meetings to its regular sessions when necessary. Additionally, the secretariat hosts casual weekly discussion groups on current political problems, which members in Paris are welcome to attend if they so want. Mrs. Rajavi presides over committee chair meetings on an as-needed basis.
This organisation now operates representative offices in the United States and European Nations. These offices maintain interaction with local and national government officials, non-governmental organizations, the parliaments, and the Iranian diaspora residing in those nations.
The NCRI’s representative offices in each nation serve to represent the NCRI’s political views as well as its administrative, legal, and actual interests in those countries. All its members support the NCRI’s programs and resolutions. Apart from their personal and professional responsibilities, the members engage in a range of independent human rights, political, cultural, and extracurricular activities that are not always connected to the NCRI’s objective.
The following are instances of national council of resistance of Iran committees engaged in non-research activities:
1.The Foreign Affairs Committee
This committee maintains contacts with lawmakers, political personalities, research organisations, United Nations authorities, human rights groups non-governmental organizations, and key government officials in Europe, the United States, and the Arab world. The committee publishes a considerable number of publications in a variety of languages, including English, Arabic, German, Italian, and French on the Iranian situation and recent events.
This Committee collaborates intensively with Iranian women living abroad and keeps frequent interaction with Iranian women residing in Iran. The Women’s Committee works in collaboration with a variety of women’s rights groups, Iranian diaspora people, and non-governmental organizations. It is a significant source of knowledge on Iranian women, and the committee is a significant source of that information. Members and allies of the committee participate in UN Human Rights Council meetings and other inter-governmental conferences on women’s issues, in addition to a continuous campaign against the Iranian coalition’s sexism.
3.The Defense and Strategic Research Committee
This committee closely monitors the regime’s military actions, notably those involving topics addressing the missile defense systems, regime’s nuclear, and other military activities. The mission is carried out in close conjunction with Iran’s PMOI network, which enables the collecting of critical data. Numerous significant disclosures concerning the ballistic missile and regime’s nuclear operations have been made as a consequence of the committee’s investigation.
4.The Political Research Committee
This committee investigates the Iranian regime’s internal actions to ascertain the precise condition of circumstances. The committee’s tasks include investigating internal factions and changes inside the organization, as well as researching societal discontent, trends, and developments.
Along with assessing and evaluating various studies and research on Iran, the committee also produces internal reports based on information gathered from various sources inside the PMOI’s internal network in the nation. The outcomes of this research are reviewed in NCRI meetings and utilized to evaluate the organization’s policies and stances.
5.Security and Counter-Terrorism Committee
This committee’s principal mission is to combat the intelligence activities and regime’s terrorists to destabilize the resistance in Iran. This has been a focal point of the committee’s activities for the last two decades.
In the last few years, the Iranian regime has made huge efforts to infiltrate and destabilize the NCRI and PMOI, primarily through the dissemination of propaganda via a vast network of websites maintained by the regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS).
This cyber war has begun and will continue indefinitely. The Committee has made significant disclosures about the Iranian regime’s terrorist actions in the region, its intervention in other countries.
Since the NCRI’s inception in the early 1990s, sizable Iranian artists have been members. Numerous renowned artists collaborate to further the enrichment of Iran’s ancient culture and arts. Among the committee’s initiatives are collaborations with other Iranian organizations in the organizing of cultural events, concerts, and creative programs.
Additionally, the committee is tasked with evaluating the status of artists and authors under the mullahs’ supervision, as well as other expert work on Iran’s future growth in the coming years.