Iran’s ethics enforcement force was disbanded

Iran’s ethics enforcement force was disbanded


Iran’s ethics police ‘Gusht Irshad’ was established by former President Ahmadinejad. Photo file

Iran’s morality enforcement police force was abolished.

According to a foreign news agency, Iran’s Attorney General Mohammad Jafar Montazeri says that the ethics police have no connection with the judiciary, and the ‘Patrol Irshad’ has been abolished.

It should be remembered that the moral police in Iran, ‘Gusht Irshad’, was established by former President Ahmadinejad.

Attorney General Mohammad Jafar Montazeri had said that the Parliament and the Judiciary are considering a possible change in the law on head covering for women.

In Iran, protests have been going on for two months over the death of Mahsa Amini, a girl in police custody on the issue of hijab, in which hundreds of people have been killed and dozens arrested so far.




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