Pedram Pazireh Sentenced to Seven Years Imprisonment and 74 Lashes

Posted on: September 19th, 2019

Tehran’s Appeals Court upheld Pedram Pazireh’s sentence. He was sentenced earlier to seven years imprisonment and 74 lashes, was banned from leaving the country and membership in political groups for two years by the Branch 28 of the Revolutionary Court of Tehran led by judge Moghiseh. According to the article 134 of Iran’s Islamic Penal Code, he should serve the sentence for the charge with the highest penalty which is five years. His Appeals Court was scheduled for July 2, 2019 but after he attended at the Branch 36 of the Appeals Court of Tehran, he was informed that the trial was canceled.

Pedram Pazireh is a student of Anthropology at the University of Tehran and the Vice Chairman of the university’s Student Union. He was arrested in January 2018.

Pedram Pazireh Released on the Bail

Posted on: April 26th, 2018

HRANA News Agency – Pedram Pazireh, the vice president of the Tehran University Union Council, who had been re-arrested after referring to the Branch 4 of the Moghadas court, to complete the investigations of the case on Friday February 19, was released on the bail.

According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), Pedram Pazireh, the Vice-President of Tehran University Union Council, was released on the bail on Wednesday, February 21. (more…)

Four Students Arrested after a Meeting with the Head of Tehran University

Posted on: March 3rd, 2018

HRANA News Agency – At least four members of the students’ council were arrested by security forces after a joint meeting of members of the student councils at the University of Tehran with the university’s headquarters, which was conducted to track the freedom of detained students.

According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), after a joint meeting of students’ councils at the University of Tehran with the university’s headquarters, which was conducted to talk about the freedom of students detained during the protests, at least 4 students were arrested, on December 31. (more…)