Ahmed Amini, a labor activist from Sanandaj, was sentenced to imprisonment by City First Branch of the Revolutionary Court.
According to the Campaign for the Defense of Political and Civil Prisoners, Ahmad Amini, a labor activist residing in Sanandaj and one of expelled workers, was sentenced to six months imprisonment by the First Branch of the Revolutionary Court of Sanandaj, headed by Judge Saeedi, on charges of “insulting the leadership”.
The labor activist was arrested on April 28th, 2018, by Sanandaj Intelligence Agencies on charges of “using propaganda against the regime in favor of the Islamic Republic’s opposition” and “insulting the Islamic Republic”, and on May 17th, 2018, was released temporary on 100 million Tomans bail until his trial.
In this regard, the Free Trade Union in its telegram channel wrote: “Ahmad Amini, a Zagros Steel company expelled worker, after the dissolution of the company in 2013, continued pursuing for his demands and continuously complained to the Office of Labor and the Administrative Justice Court, along with other colleagues, He requested for his demands.
Ahmad Amini, during the past year and earlier this year, for some of his unfulfilled demands, such as the hard work right of 4% bonus, fixing his job title that was reporter as regular worker for social security, and refused to pay the compensation due to a work-related illness that caused mild asthma and reduced hearing and hearing loss. He was repeatedly going to the Zagros Steel Company, and in some cases, in protest, he prevented the exit and entry of cargo carriers. “