Tag: Teheran

The European Parliament and the Radical Party at the UN raise human rights issues in Iran

The European Parliament and the Radical Party at the UN raise human rights issues in Iran

Thursday September 19, during its plenary session in Strasbourg, an overwhelming majority of the European Parliament adopted a resolution condemning the continuing human rights violations in Iran. With 608 votes in favour, 7 against, and 46 abstentions, the European Parliament calls on the Iranian authorities to unconditionally release all arbitrarily jailed women’s rights defenders protesting against the hijab being compulsory,

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A valid alternative to the current regime in Iran

A valid alternative to the current regime in Iran

The national uprising of the last twelve months in Iran has launched a clear and unequivocal political message, leaving no doubt about the real desire of the people for a regime change. In response, regime officials at the highest levels, including supreme leader Ali Khamenei, have shown themselves to be particularly quick in attributing slogans such as “death to the

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Appeal to the Italian government on the situation in Iran

Appeal to the Italian government on the situation in Iran

On Wednesday 10 January, a press conference was held at the office of the Nonviolent Radical Party Transnational Transparty (NRPTT) on the protests in many Iranian cities. On the thirteenth day of spontaneous mobilization 50 people have lost their lives and over 3000 have been arrested, including 90 students of the University of Tehran, 4 of whom have been on

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