In Iran, execution of Iranian-Swedish doctor Ahmadreza Djalali reportedly postponed

In Iran, execution of Iranian-Swedish doctor Ahmadreza Djalali reportedly postponed
In Iran, execution of Iranian-Swedish doctor Ahmadreza Djalali reportedly postponed

The lawyer for the death row inmate who was to be executed has learned that the execution of the sentence has been postponed. International pressure continues in its favor.


Ugood news – at least provisional – for Ahmadreza Djalali? A tweet from Iranian journalist Reza Khaasteh on Wednesday morning indicates that, according to his lawyer, the Iranian-Swedish doctor, whose imminent execution was unofficially announced, has not been transferred to a prison, that of Karaj , where the executions take place, contrary to previous reports from the Iranian capital. His execution would have been “postponed”, according to the lawyer.

According to information relayed by Amnesty International, last Tuesday, the Iranian-Swedish doctor was “placed in solitary confinement in Evin prison in Tehran. He then received a message informing him that he would soon be executed, after which he called his wife by phone to say goodbye ”.

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