London: Preparing for the “inevitable downfall of the Islamic Republic” and “leadership in transitional period” is a matter of utmost importance for Iranians now, according to the last Crown Prince of Iran, Reza Pahlavi.
“Less than two years ago… while stressing that the downfall of the Islamic Republic was both near and inevitable, I stated that the prospects of the fall of the system and what will follow it requires us Iranians… to shape a modern authority. (Bringing about) the downfall of a political system requires preparation,” he declared in a statement released on his Telegram channel.
Reza Pahlavi went on to say that forming a political authority to lead the country during the transition period must begin now. “This political leadership will eventually prepare the country for legal, political and economic transition from an Islamic government to an Iranian government on the basis of votes in ballot boxes,” the son of the last Shah of Iran who was toppled by the Islamic Revolution in 1979, stressed.
In his statement the 59-year-old former Crown Prince who addressed his statement to Iranian politicians, teachers, artists, lawyers, soldiers as well as “commanders of Iranian armed forces” said that as a soldier in the national struggle he will never give up and “political apparatuses must be entrusted to capable and knowledgeable politicians.”