Monday, April 19, 2010

Iran: letters

Humanrights lawyer Mohammad Mostafaei wrote a letter to the head of the judiciary in Iran about the unlawful actions of judge Moghiseh of branch 28 of the revolutionary court in Tehran.
He writes that some decisions of the judge are bias, and against the basic laws and procedural regulations governing the Iranian courts.
The letter is based on Mostafaei's personal dealings and observations as the attorney in a number of cases assigned to Moghiseh.
Some of it are: arbitrary detentions, preventing lawyers from meeting with their clients or obtaining power of attorney, preventing the release of prisoners upon the expiry of their detention orders, refusal to notify lawyers of trial or other legal proceeding dates, refusal to hand over evidence, indictments and other court documents to lawyers, and denying the accused of the right to defend or be defended in court hearings.
source: persian2english

Daneshjoo News, reported that more students at the university of Kurdistan have received verdicts, depriving them of following their studies.
Among them are: Mohammad Hamidi, Rasoul Hosseini, Mehdi Kahbar, Sina Roshani, Seyyed Shahabeddin Fazeli, Hamzeh Hasani and Parya Nikbin
source: RAHANA

After the Iranian new year holidays 110 employees of University of Zabol in Sistan and Baluchistan province were fired.
The university is now into a semi-closed condition.
source: RAHANA

A group of political prisoners in ward 350 of Evin prison sent a letter to Ban Ki-moon, the United Nations Secretary-General, and asked him to visit Iran’s political detention centers, including ward 350 of Evin prison so he can be more familiar with humanrights abuse in Iran.
source: persian2english

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In Iran there are childoffenders, still on death row.

Children are being hanged to death.
A child will be hanged to death.

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