On July 26th, a conference was held in Italy about Human Rights in Iran and the 1988 Massacre of 30,000 political prisoners
Italian lawmakers & NGOs urge UN HumanRights to launch a ‘Commission of Inquiry’ into Iran’s 1988Massacre of political prisoners.
During the conference data on human rights violations in Iran and illustrated initiatives to support an international investigation into the massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in Iran in 1988, recently made public in Iran and internationally have been provided.
The conference participants were Elisabetta Zamparutti (member of the Presidency of the Nonviolent, Transnational and Transparent Radical Party), Giulio Maria Terzi of Sant’Agata (President of the Global Committee for the Rule of Law), Riccardo Noury (spokeswoman for Amnesty International), Antonio Stango (President of the Italian League of Human Rights (LIDU)), Mariano Rabino (MP, Civic Choice-ALA for the Free and Popular constituent-MAIE), Nicola Ciracì (MEP, Misto – Direction Italy), Stefania Pezzopane , Democratic Party), Luigi Compagna (Senator, Freedom Federation (Idea-People and Liberty – PLI)), Roberto Rampi (Deputies, Democratic Party), Esmail Mohades (Iranian Respected Iranian Friendship Association).
Elisabetta Zamparutti, Radical Party Presidency, Treasury of Nobody Cain, who chaired the conference, said: “According to the UN report, Iran is the first country for a number of executions in relation to the population. The human rights situation in Iran is still grave and has not changed during the presidential mandate of Rohani. ”
Giulio Terzi of Sant’Agata, in connection with the massacre of 30,000 political prisoners, said that “it is time to have justice on the facts of 1988, but not only.” Iran is increasingly supporting the destabilization of the entire Middle East and Terrorist Organizations, and the militia who play their part.The Irgc (Guardians of the Islamic Revolution) is the key to Iranian strategy as such has been rightly included in the list decided by the US Congress on Organizations Terrorism. The same must do Europe. ”
President of Amnesty International denies the detention of a relative of the victims of the massacre of the 88-member who is guilty of wanting justice