Weekend Reads presidential in Iran: the NGO Amnesty International calls for investigating the new Iranian President for "crimes"
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OTTAWA — The prime minister's special adviser on the downing of flight PS752 says as long as Iran refuses to tell the whole truth about the crash, the country's airspace remains unsafe. "Canada should, in my view, be raising this issue in every forum, (the International Civil Aviation Organization), in other agencies of the United Nations, through every channel and means to make sure that the world does not forget," Ralph Goodale said Thursday"Canada should, in my view, be raising this issue in every forum, (the International Civil Aviation Organization), in other agencies of the United Nations, through every channel and means to make sure that the world does not forget," Ralph Goodale said Thursday at the House of Comm
The human rights organization has in particular accused ebrahim raysi for having been a member of a "commission of death When used as an assistant prosecutor of the Revolutionary Tribunal of Tehran in 1988.Human Rights - The Human Rights Organization has in particular accused Ebrahim Raisssi for having been a member of a "commission of death" when he Served as a deputy prosecutor of the Revolutionary Tribunal of Tehran in 1988.
The reaction was not waiting. A few hours afterto the presidency in Iran of the ultraconservant Ebrahim Raisssi indicated that the latter should be the subject of an investigation for "crimes against the humanity and "brutal repression" of human rights.
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survey provided by Point L Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) announced Monday to have requested the opening of An investigation into thousands of murders that would have been committed to the Philippines in the war declared to drug by the government, constituting possible "crimes against humanity". This decision was hailed by human rights organizations, Amnesty International qualifying for "moment of hope" for the families of the victims.
"The fact that Ebrahim Raisssi has accessed the Presidency instead of being investigated for crimes against humanity, murder, enforced disappearances and torture, is a sinister reminder that impunity reigns to Iran, "accused Amnesty in a statement.accused of having participated in a "death commission"
the human rights organization based in London accused Ebrahim Raisi for having been a member of a "death commission" originally according to her. forced disappearances and extrajudicial executions in the secret of thousands of opponents detained when it served as an assistant prosecutor of the Revolutionary Tribunal of Tehran in 1988.
interviewed in 2018 and 2020 on these executions, Ebrahim Raisi denodged there have been playing the No role, but made "tribute" to the "order" given according to him by the Ayatollah Khomeiny, founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran, to proceed with this purification.
A Tehran, Words of Young Dreams, Espoirs Disappointed and Fatalism
© Atta Kenare A young Iranian in Tehran, June 14, 2021, a few days before the Iranian presidential election dreams vanis, desires of exile, desire to To succeed in Iran despite the difficulties: several Tehranais young people entrust their hopes and their fears to AFP, a few days before a presidential election that does not bother their attention.
According to Amnesty, "the fate of the victims and the place where the corpses are at this day systematically concealed by the Iranian authorities, which corresponds (also) to crimes against humanity."
Ebrahim Raisi, he still accused, "presided over a brutal repression of human rights" during his mandate as head of the judicial authority over the last two years. The repression affected "hundreds of peaceful dissidents, human rights activists and members of persecuted minorities that were arbitrarily detained", according to the NGO.
"(...) He is also responsible forand hundreds of enforced disappearances (...) after the protest demonstrations of November 2019" repressed in the blood, according to the same source.
Amnesty called on UN Council Member States for human rights to take "concrete measures to respond to systematic impunity in Iran".
Lead 1-LAAEA requires an "immediate response" of Iran to its Inspection Agreement .
Iran-Nucleaire / IAEA (Lead 1): Lead 1-IAEA requires an "immediate answer" of the Iran on its inspection agreement (adds Iranian reaction §3) by Francois Murphy Vienna, June 25 (Reuters) - Iran did not respond to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on The extension of their agreement on the monitoring of Tehran's nuclear activities, which has expired last night, has lamented the IAEA on Friday.