Authority Iran melt moral police after the protests sparked by the dead Mahsa Amini it has continued to expand over the past couple of months. The disbandment of the morality police was announced by Iran’s attorney general in a statement on Sunday (4/12) local time.
As reported AFP extension And Cnnon Monday (5/12/2022), the death of Amini (22) on September 16, i.e. a few days after she was arrested by the morality police for allegedly violating the women’s dress code, especially wearing the hijab, sparked protests in various regions which continues today.
The demonstration, led mostly by women, was described as a “riot” by the Iranian authorities. Female protesters took off and burned the veil they were wearing, while other protesters shouted anti-government slogans.
This situation also encourages more and more Iranian women who do not abide by the hijab rules, especially in some parts of Tehran.
In a statement on Sunday (4/12) local time, Iranian Attorney General Mohammad Jafar Montazeri announced the disbandment of the morality police when asked by reporters whether the morality police had been disbanded. The statement was made during a local religious conference.
“The moral police has nothing to do with justice. It was abolished in the same place where it was launched,” Montazeri said in a statement quoted by the ISNA news agency.
“Of course, the judiciary will continue to monitor people’s behavior,” he added.
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