domenica 2 dicembre 2012
Women Gather Outside the Tehran Public Prosecutor’s Office, Enquiring about Nasrin Sotoudeh’s Condition
http://we-change.org/english/spip.php?article975 Monday 3 December 2012 Change for Equality: Tens of women’s rights activists have expressed their concerns about Nasrin Sotoudeh’s deteriorating condition in a letter which they delivered in person to the Tehran Public Prosecutor’s Office on the morning of Sunday 2nd December. As of today, 3rd December, Nasrin Sotoudeh has been on hunger strike for forty-seven days. In the letter, addressed to the Public Prosecutor General for Tehran, Mr Jafari-Dowlatabadi, while declaring their support for Nasrin Sotoudeh’s demands, they demanded that she be transferred immediately to an appropriately equipped hospital. The women’s activists sought to meet with the Public Prosecutor General for Tehran but were told this was impossible, and handed the letter over to his deputy, Mr Khodabakhshi, instead.