Iranian regime plans new suppressive regulations against political prisoners

The Iranian regime’s Prisons Organization intends to step up pressures and inhumane treatment of political prisoners through the adoption of new regulations, the Human Rights and Democracy Activists in Iran has reported.

Prison rules are undergoing changes to incorporate extensive provisions allowing more inhumane treatment of the prisoners. The rules have been approved by Sadeq Larijani, the regime’s judiciary chief, who oversees the prison system.

The regime’s torturers and henchmen in prisons had been calling for broader authorities in order to legalize more torture methods.

Currently, political prisoners in Iran are subjected to systematic and severe psychological and physical tortures by the Iranian regime.

The clerical regime has also intensified executions. Over 75 people have been executed in Iran in less than a month, according to reports.

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