A group of families convicted of carrying out violent protests in November 2019 in Iran met with Chief Judiciary Gholamhossein Mohseni-Ejei.
The country’s chief justice said at a meeting on Thursday that the courts wanted to reduce or reverse the sanctions imposed on as many prisoners as possible.
Following the verdict in the case of the accused and the accused, Mohseni-Ejei appealed to their families to provide the necessary conditions for the evictees not to be detained again.
Many Iranian cities were shaken by protests that began as a result of oil prices in November 2019.
Some of the protests turned violent and led to security attacks on civilians.
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