While the justice seeking movement for the #1988massacre has heightened inside and outside Iran and on the same day that the UN General Assembly condemned systematic and blatant violation of human rights in Iran, Hassan Rouhani, President of Iran regime, published a an absurd statement named "Charter of Citizens Rights". This text is only a repetition of the dismal Constitution and laws of the clerical regime, albeit with a clumsy arrangement.
Seven political prisoners in Evin prison of Tehran, Rajai Shahr prison in Karaj and central prison of Tabriz have gone on hunger strike. Their condition is reported critical.
Iranian Revolutionary Guard officials have pressured British-Iranian charity worker Nazanin Zaghari Ratcliffe, a prisoner of conscience, to choose between moving her two year-old daughter into prison with her for up to three days a week or sign a document to say that she does not want the “right to be with her young daughter”.
Amnesty International in Italy issued a statement saying the Iraqi government must respect the rights of Ashraf residents.
ICFTO— Last Sunday May 01, agents of the Ministry of Intelligence (MOI) savagely raided the home of Mahmud Azimi, a political prisoner of the 1980s, father of two Ashraf residents, and uncle of heroic Mojahedin member Nastaran Azimi who was killed during the attack by Nouri al-Maliki’s criminal forces; he was arrested and taken to the horrific section 209 of Evin prison.