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Iran re ares
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From United Press International
A committee of the Iranian parlia-
ment met yesterday to make
preparations for the long-awaited
debate on the fate of the 52 American
hostages, now entering their 45th week
in captivity.
The meeting of parliament's foreign
relations commission was the first sign
that the assembly was getting ready to
begin its hostage debate since
Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini charged
it eight months ago with deciding the
outcome of the now 308-day-old crisis.
TEHRAN RADIO SAID only that the
commission met to discuss "the
problems of the hostages and
preparations for a debate on the issue in
an open session of Parliament." No
details were disclosed and no date for
the debate was mentioned.
But there were other indications the
debate may finally be close to getting
under way. The Islamic hardliners who
control the parliament had maintained
they could not begin to consider the
hostages' fate until after Iran's
"pressing" internal business had been
attended to. That included the choice of
a prime minister-now completed-and
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the formation of his cabinet, which
Tehran Radio reported was close to
completion.
The radio said Prime Minister
Mohammad Ali Rajai has selected 15
cabinet members who were approved
by President Abolhassan Bani-Sadr and
who will not be submitted to the
parliament for swearing-in.
THE NEW CABINET members in-
cluded Hossein Moussavi .Khameneie,
39, editor of the fundamentalist Islamic
Republic newspaper, who has been
chosen to replace Sadegh Ghotbzadeh
as foreign minister.
Once parliament approves the
cabinet, the way will be clear for the
hostage debate to begin. Most of the
deputies, clerics and other hardliners
who belong to the powerful Islamic
Republican Party controlled by Bani-
Sadr's rivals, have said they favor put-
ting the hostages on trial as spies.
But whether the so-called trial would
be for show or would result in some of
all of the hostages being punished was
still unclear.
Both Bani-Sadr and Ghotbazadeh
have said repeatedly that the hostages
should be freed. However, Bani-Sadr
has only limited influence and Ghot-
bzadeh has virtually none.
Both men, moderates by the standar-
ds of the Iranian revolution, have
criticized Rajai, a former high school
teacher who was the hardliners' choice
for prime minister, as a total incom-
petent who has no idea how to run a
government.

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