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یکشنبه ۱۴ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۲۰:۰۶ - ۴ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

اجراي حكم زندان وكلاي مدافع متهمان سياسي و مطبوعاتي، از ديد يك حقوقدان محكوم به زندان


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Summary of Iran Stories of Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiSunday, January 19, 2003 <b>Lawyers of Political and Press Defendants Go to Jail</b> * The Center for Defense of the Defenders of Human Rights, established by defense attorneys who represented political and press defendants, announced that two of its members, lawyers Abdolfatah Soltani and Mohammad-Ali Dadkhah, will go to jail on Tuesday to serve sentences of four and five months. An appeals court struck down a lower court&apos;s five-year suspension of their law licenses. Mohammad-Ali Dadkhah tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that as a gesture of support, fellow human rights lawyers will accompany he and Soltani on their way to the Tehran judiciary complex, from which they would be taken to jail. He says that the judiciary&apos;s courts do not have jurisdiction over the alleged crimes of lawyers. He adds that he is happy to be going to jail for having done all that was legally possible in defense of his clients. Dadkhah was put on trial last year for protesting in the press against his clients&apos; prolonged solitary confinement and torture. (Golnaz Esfandiari) <b>Court Summons Dissident Cleric&apos;s Daughter-in-Law</b> * Zohreh Hori, daughter-in-law of the regime&apos;s highest ranking cleric dissident Ayatollah Hosseinali Montazeri, tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that an appeals court summoned her for the second time to respond to charges of spreading lies and insulting the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps. She says a lower court acquitted her and an appeals court confirmed the sentence, but the representative of the IRGC and his lawyer insist on pursuing the matter further. She says the IRGC filed a complaint against her last year after she announced that the participants in a June 2001 memorial in Qom for her husband were beaten and dispersed by the IRGC and police agents. (Mehdi Khalaji) <b>Kuwait to Import Water from Iran</b> * Kuwaiti newspaper al-Qabas reported that an international consortium jointly owned by Iran, Kuwait and an unnamed British company will invest in building the infrastructure needed for diverting water from Iran&apos;s Karskheh and Karun rivers to Kuwait. It says Iran&apos;s share of the proceeds would reach $1 billion per year. (Farideh Rahbar) <b>Iran-Bahrain Central Banks to Discuss Illegal Money Transfers</b> * A financial delegation headed by central bank governor Mohsen Nourbakhsh will visit Bahrain early next February to discuss ways to stop the illegal transfer of huge sums of money from Iran to Bahraini banks. (Farideh Rahbar) <b>Iran-Iraq to Discuss POWs</b> * The head of the POW commission Abdollah Najafi said an Iraqi delegation will meet Iranian officials in Tehran next week to resolve the cases of 900 POWs that are still in Iran and Iraq. Najafi said some Iraqi POWs who have settled in Iran as citizens did not register with the Red Cross. (Kian Manavi) <b>Iran Not Due War Damages from Iraq</b> * The UN commission in charge of war damages approved the payment of $600 million to 17 countries, one company and one international organization that had filed for damages resulting from Iraq&apos;s 1991 invasion of Kuwait. The Iranian press have reported that Iran has done nothing to claim damages due to it from the Iran-Iraq war. Tehran-based independent reformist journalist Ahmad Zeydabadi tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that UN Security Council resolution 598 that ended Iran-Iraq war and the statement of the UN secretary general that recognized Iraq as the aggressor specifically denied Iran the right to claim damages against Iraq. He adds that Iran&apos;s foreign minister at the time, Dr. Ali Akbar Velayati, told journalists not to focus on this aspect of the UN documents. (Ali Sajjadi) New York Times: Back to Mosques Movement in Qom * The New York Times reports that a potentially explosive movement has quietly been taking shape in Qom, where the Shiite clergy who a generation ago called for the establishment of a fundamentalist, religious government are having second thoughts. Religion, many are now saying, belongs in the mosque. (Iraj Aryanpour) . كانون مدافعان حقوق بشر، متشكل از وكلاي متهمان سياسي و مطبوعاتي، در بيانيه اي اعلام كرد كه روز سه شنبه عبدالفتاح سلطاني و محمدعلي دادخواه، دو وكيل متهمان ملي مذهبي و نهضت آزادي، و از اعضاي موسس اين كانون را تا محل اجراي حكم زندان آنها بدرقه خواهند كرد. اين دو به ترتيب به چهارماه و پنج ماه زندان محكوم شده اند. اين احكام هفته گذشته در دادگاه تجديد نظر به تائيد رسيد. محمدعلي دادخواه در مصاحبه با راديوفردا مي گويد من و سلطاني در رفتن به زندان با هم همراه هستيم. وي مي افزايد: وقتي هيچ گوش شنوائي براي توجه به دلايل منطقي و عقلائي ما وجود ندارد، بدرقه محكومين تا مجتمع قضائي تنها نمادي از اعتراض است. دادخواه مي گويد: من شادمان هستم از اينكه در دفاع از حق به زندان مي روم. وي مي گويد: حكم حبس وكلا شان دادگستري و حيثيت و كرامت انسان ايراني را مخدوش مي كند. وي مي گويد: مطابق قانون، دادگاه هاي قوه قضائيه صلاحيت رسيدگي به جرائم وكلا را ندارند.
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