Saeed Razavi Faqih Released from Evin Prison

HRANA News Agency – Saeed Razavi Faqih, political prisoner in ward 7 of Evin Prison, who had been on hunger strike to protest against his situation, was released from the prison.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), Saeed Razavi Faqih, a political prisoner who had protested several times against the lack of appropriate medical care since the beginning of his imprisonment in February 2013, was released from Evin prison.
Saeed Razavi Faqih was transferred from Rajai Shahr prison to Evin prison in January 2015 and to protest against the lack of medical treatment he had gone on a hunger strike on March 25, 2016.
Former member of the Office to Tahkim Vahdat, after the suppression posterior to elections in 2009, was sentenced to 1 year of imprisonment by the Revolutionary Court in Tehran, due to his speech at a meeting in Hamedan.
Mr. Razavi who had gone abroad, was transferred to Rajai Shahr prison to endure his one year imprisonment sentence after returning to Iran in March 2013.
After completing the sentence, Razavi Faqih despite the end of the sentence was held in Rajai Shahr prison waiting for the hearing for his speech in Hamedan in 2013. The new verdict in his first trial has recently been notified.
The new three and a half years of imprisonment sentence for this imprisoned political activist was issued as two years on charge of insulting the leader, one year for propaganda against the regime and six months for insulting members of Experts Assembly in his second case.
Saeed Razavi Faqih had gone on hunger strike in protest at the lack of attention by the Rajai Shahr prison’s authorities and the prison infirmary, however, after two days he ended his hunger strike as he was sent to the Heart Hospital.
Razavi Faqih’s protest was related to the lack of proper health services and against refusing to send him to the hospital to complete his treatment.

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