A parliament member announced some incentives for promoters of virtue in the hijab bill

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A parliament member announced some incentives for promoters of virtue in the hijab bill

A member of the parliament has announced some incentives for enforcers of good deeds in the Hijab bill.

Kazem Delkhosh, a member of the Legal and Judicial Commission of the parliament, stated that in the bill known as Hijab and Chastity, some exemptions and encouragements have been considered for enforcers of good deeds.

He expressed ignorance about the details of these incentives and mentioned that some parliament members have gone to the Guardian Council to address the shortcomings in the latest status of this bill.

Some parliament members had previously announced the implementation of the Hijab and Chastity law by the end of Farvardin.

Gholamhossein Mohseni Ejei had stated on 20 Farvardin that this bill has not yet reached a conclusion.

In this bill, initially handed over from the judiciary to the government and then after being delivered to the parliament, many additional clauses were added to it, and various penalties have been considered for those who do not comply with compulsory hijab.


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