IranSince the outbreak of the “Hijab Revolution”, many protesters have been arrested, but IranMinistry of JusticeThe minister said on the 13th that the authorities had pardoned 22,000 people who participated in anti-government protests.
Iran’s state media reported early last month that “supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei had pardoned tens of thousands of prisoners, including some arrested during the protests,” Reuters reported.
Iranian Justice Minister Gholamhossein Mohseny Ezei said on the 13th that “82,000 people have been pardoned so far, including 22,000 people who participated in the protests,” but Ezei did not specify the duration of the pardon or these individuals would be prosecuted. whether or not or when not specified.
In September last year, Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Iranian Kurdish woman, was “religiously arrested” in the capital Tehran for violating dress and grooming rules.PoliceThe arrest, followed by his death after being in a coma for three days, sparked a wave of protests across Iran, one of the country’s biggest challenges since its 1979 revolution.