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sabato 18 marzo 2017

FAEZEH HASHEMI.... Iran's hardline judiciary has sentenced the daughter of late Iranian President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani to jail for "spreading propaganda against the regime," Iranian news media reported on March 17.....

Faezeh Hashemi, daughter of former Iranian President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani
Faezeh Hashemi, daughter of former Iranian President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani


Iran's hardline judiciary has sentenced the daughter of late Iranian President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani to jail for "spreading propaganda against the regime," Iranian news media reported on March 17.
It was the latest move against pro-reform opposition in the Islamic Republic ahead of a presidential election on May 19, when hardline rivals of pragmatist President Hassan Rohani hope to regain control of executive power.
"Again Faezeh Hashemi has been sentenced to six months' jail because of her critical remarks about Judiciary and the Guards," the opposition website Kalemeh said, saying she was accused of "anti-state propaganda, spreading lies against the judiciary and the Revolutionary Guards Corps."
Hashemi, 55, has directed her strongest criticism against the head of the Judiciary authority, Ayatullah Sadiq Amli Larajani, who reformist lawmakers accuse of corruption and benefitting from bails paid to the courts.
Hashemi, a women's rights activist and former member of parliament, has 21 days to appeal the sentence. She was also jailed for six months in 2012 for "spreading anti-state propaganda."
In 2009, Hashemi was detained briefly after street protests against the re-election of then-president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Protesters said the election was rigged in favor of the hardline president.
Hashemi's father was one of the founding figures of the Islamic Republic and a close aide to the late revolutionary leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. He died in January.
Allies of Rohani have criticized a crackdown on social media and the arrest of at least 15 moderate activists and journalists ahead of the election, in which Rohani is expected to run for a second term.
The deputy head of Iran's parliament, Ali Motahari, has called on the judiciary and the Intelligence Ministry to shed light on the arrests, condemning them as “election engineering,” Kalemeh reported.
With reporting by Reuters and Al Arabiya.net

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