Monday, January 21, 2013

Iran: more January 21st 2013

In The New York Times wrote Thomas Erdbrink an eyewitnessarticle about the public hangings yesterday in Tehran.

Amnesty International started an urgent action for five Ahwazi who are sentenced to death.
Mohammad Ali Amouri, Sayed Jaber Alboshoka and his brother Sayed Mokhtar Alboshoka, and the teachers Hashem Sha’bani Amouri and Hadi Rashidi (Rashedi) were notified that their deathsentence was upheld by branch 32 of the Supreme Court.
The verdict has been handed to the Office for the Implementation of Sentences which means that the sentence could be carried out at any time.
source: persian2english

The father of Hossein Ronagh Maliki has been beaten and insulted by Intelligence Ministry’s agents after being summoned at the policestation in Tabriz.
He also was threathened. Hossein Ronagh Maleki who is currently out on medical furlough, stated that he thinks of going back to prison to end the harrassment of his family.

Iranian parlliament passed a motion to investigate the actions of the Central Bank in connection with its management of the foreign currency market and the devaluation of the national currency.
According to Khaneh Mellat website the probe passed in parliament with 171 to 36 against and with 21 abstaining.

ISNA reported on Sunday that Iran has ended the subsidized gasoline for cars with engines of 1,800cc and bigger.These will be only supplied with 300 liters of gasoline per month at 7,000 rials a liter.
Iranians pay 4000rial(33 cent) per liter for a monthley ration of 60 liters and 7,000 rials a liter for larger volumes.
Previously, cars with engines of 2,000cc were included in the rationing plan.


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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