Entertainment United Kingdom: Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's husband ceases his hungry strike

21:45  13 november  2021
21:45  13 november  2021 Source:   rfi.fr

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Richard Ratcliffe, le mari de la Britannico-Iranienne Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe a arrêté, ce samedi 13 novembre 2021, sa grève de la faim. Ici, alors qu’il s'entretient avec un journaliste devant le Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office à Londres, le jeudi 11 novembre 2021. © AP - David Cliff Richard Ratcliffe, the husband of the Britannico-Iranian Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe arrested on Saturday, November 13, 2021, his hunger-strike. Here, while he talks to a journalist in front of the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office in London, on Thursday, November 11, 2021.

after 21 days, Richard Ratcliffe stopped his hunger strike on London. This father wanted to challenge the British government on the fate of his wife, Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe since the Iranian justice since 2016.

with our correspondent in London, Claire Digiacomi

is in a message posted on Twitter Richard Ratcliffe announced put an end to his mobilization. "Today, I promised Nazanin to stop my hunger strike," he writes, stating that he would go to the hospital for a health check.

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It was three weeks that Richard Ratcliffe had settled his tent in front of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in the center of London, surrounded by photos of his wife and panels demanding the action of the government. During these three weeks, he received many visits from the leader of the Labor opposition or parliamentarians for example, but also anonymous who came to show him their support and bring him green tea or bailrivers.

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little hope for a quick release

These three weeks, however, did not allow Richard Ratcliffe To see the hope of finding his wife, hostage, according to him, because of an old debt claimed by Tehran in the British state since 1979. It was received twice the department during his hunger strike. Two appointments that he describes as "disappointing".

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe prohibited to leave Iran after being imprisoned in 2016 while visiting his family. She is accused of plotting against the state, which she denies. The Britannico-Iran has already spent five years in prison in Iran. Her husband fears that she had to purge an extra punishment, after a new conviction, confirmed on appeal last month.

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