TEHRAN: Iran issued Sunday’s first ever nuclear declaration Death Penalty Participation in “riots”During nationwide protests after the death Mahsa AminiThe judiciaryMizan Online stated.
Tehran court sentenced the accused for the crime. “setting fire to a government building, disturbing public order, assembly and conspiracy to commit a crime against national security, and an enemy of God and corruption on earth”Mizan Online reported that this is one of Iran’s most serious offenses.
A Tehran court sentenced five other defendants to between five and ten years in prison. “gathering and conspiring to commit crimes against national security and disturbing public order”.
Mizan said that all convicted people can appeal their sentences.
Several people were killed in the protests that authorities labeled as “protests”. “riots”.
The judiciary had earlier stated on Sunday that it had indicted more than 750 people from three provinces for their involvement in these incidents.
According to figures from the judiciary, more than 2,000 people have been charged since mid-September when the demonstrations started.
Mojtaba Gahremani, the southern Hormozgan judicial chief, stated that 164 people were indicted. “after the recent riots”Mizan Online ealier.
They could be charged with a variety of offenses, including “incitement to killing”, “harming security forces”, “propaganda against the regime” “damaging public property”According to the website, they will begin trials in the near future. “from Thursday in the presence of their lawyers”.
A further 276 people were also charged in Markazi’s central province, according to Abdi Mousavi, the chief of its judiciary. This was reported by state news agency IRNA.
After signing pledges to not participate in the future, 100 young people were freed “riots”IRNA.
Asadollah jafari, the chief of the judicial branch in central Isfahan, said that 316 cases were filed in connection to the recent violence.
The Tasnim news agency reported that twelve have been taken to trial.
Amini’s sudden death on September 16 was days after she had been arrested by the morality officers for violating the country’s strict dress code for women.
Rights groups have claimed that approximately 15,000 people were held in detention during the ensuing unrest, but authorities deny this claim.
Sunday’s criticism by Iran of Emmanuel Macron, the French president, and the opponents to the Islamic republic was called “Emmanuel Macron’s remarks after the encounter”. “regrettable and shameful”.
Macron met with four prominent Iranian dissidents. They were all women.