Protesters summoned again for poisoning students to carry out prison sentence

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Protesters summoned again for poisoning students to carry out prison sentence

Opponents of the poisoning of students were summoned again for the execution of the prison sentence.

Zia Nabavi, an activist for the right to education, announced the re-summoning of himself and Hasti Emiri, a student activist at Allameh University, for the execution of a one-year imprisonment sentence. Previously, the execution of this sentence had been suspended once.

Mr. Nabavi mentioned on his X account that two weeks before the holiday, they received summonses and were told to present themselves to prison within five days, otherwise an arrest warrant would be issued.

He stated that after the efforts of lawyers, it was decided that the execution of the sentence would be postponed until after the Nowruz holidays.

Mr. Nabavi said that on the 18th of Farvardin, he and Hasti Emiri will go to Evin Prison for the execution of the judgments.

Last year, the Revolutionary Court in Tehran confirmed the one-year prison sentence for Hasti Emiri and Zia Nabavi for protesting against the serial poisonings in some schools in Iran.

The issuance of this sentence was due to their participation in a protest rally held on 16th of Esfand, 1401.

In Aban 1402, when Mr. Nabavi and Ms. Emiri went to Evin Prison after being summoned for the execution of the sentence, they were told that due to ambiguities in the case file, they are temporarily free until further review and clarification.


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