MEK supporters in Australia condemn human rights violation in Iran
On the occasion of the World Day Against the Death Penalty, supporters of the main Iranian opposition the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI, Mujahedin-e Khalq or MEK) and the National council of resistance of Iran in Sydney-Australia held a demonstration to condemn human Rights Violations, in particular the Death Penalty in Iran.
They also displayed exhibitions of photographs and books, condemned the growing wave of executions, suppression and torture in Iran under the rule of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.
The demonstrators raised banners and placards containing the crimes of the Iranian regime and the images of the victims of the 1988 massacre, in which the regime executed 30,000 people, most of them members and sympathizers of the PMOI. MEK supporters in Australia demanded the abolition of the death penalty in Iran.
Among 198 countries in the world, Iran has the highest number of executions per capita.
So far, 106 countries around the world have abolished the death penalty for all crimes. Eight others have abolished the death penalty for ordinary crimes. For another 28 countries, although legally still exists legally, but they do not actually execute anyone. Another 56 countries have abolished the death penalty. Still 20 countries continue to enforce this inhumane sentence in public. After China, Iran is on the second platform of this crime against humanity.
MEK and NCRI supporters condemned the leaders of the Iranian regime for violating human rights and executing the death sentence, and called on the international community to set up an international tribunal for the punishment and investigation of Iranian authorities and demanded an end to the death sentence in Iran.
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