AFP: Iran’s Attorney General announces abolition of morality police

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Iran’s Attorney General Mohammad Jafar Muntazeri has announced the abolition of the country’s morality police

According to AFP, the Attorney General announced the dissolution of the morality police in Iran, where protests erupted after 22-year-old Mahsa Amini died after being detained by the morality police for “not following the rules on headscarves”.

According to ISNA news agency, Prosecutor General Muntazeri announced the abolition of the Morality Police, saying that it has “nothing to do with the judiciary”.

In Iran, where protests, in which more than 300 people have lost their lives, have been ongoing since September, Attorney General Mohammad Jafar Muntazeri said yesterday that a study on the mandatory headscarf practice is being conducted and the result will be announced soon.


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