Issuing prison sentences for 5 citizens living in Sanandaj
Ariyai Community News Agency – Today, Tuesday, September 1, 1401, the 4th branch of the Court of Appeal of Kurdistan province issued a writ and sentenced 5 civil activists to prison terms and suspended prison terms.
According to the news agency of the Aryaei community, quoting Kordpa, in recent days, Marzieh Moradi, Sirvan Abdulahi, Mehdi Saifi, Fardin Rahimi and Aliullah Vaysi were each sentenced to 5 months imprisonment and 4 years suspended imprisonment by the 4th branch of the Court of Appeal of Kurdistan Province. They were convicted
Based on the decree issued by the 4th branch of the Court of Appeal of Kurdistan Province; The accusations of these citizens are propaganda activities against the regime and cooperation with one of the Kurdish parties against the regime. It should be noted that on May 29, 1401, Marzieh Moradavisi, Sirvan Abdullahi, Mehdi Saifi, Fardin Rahimi and Aliullah Veysi were sentenced to 2 years in prison each by the 1st branch of Sanandaj Revolution Court headed by Judge Saeedi.
Also, the court hearing on the accusations of these citizens was held on March 23, 1400, in Branch 1 of Sanandaj Revolutionary Court, presided over by Judge Saeedi.
These citizens were arrested by the security forces in May 1400 and after being transferred to the detention center of one of the security agencies of Sanandaj city, they were released on bail during the interrogation process.
Confessing with beatings and threats is a violation of international human rights documents. Article 5 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Article 7 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights clearly emphasize the prohibition of torture.
Suppression of freedom of expression is a violation of Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Article 19 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights approved on December 16, 1966, which emphasizes the right of individuals to freely disseminate political and ideological ideas and opinions.
Also, people’s right to a fair trial is one of the inalienable rights, which is emphasized in Article 10 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Arbitrary detention and the impossibility of access to a lawyer for the accused violates Article 9 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Article 9 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights approved on December 16, 1966.