Mohammad Sadeghi, Teacher Union Activist, Sent to Arak Prison

محمد صادقی

Mohammad Sadeghi, a retired teacher and a union activist, has been transferred to Arak Prison after appearing at the Branch of Execution of Judgments of the Public and Revolutionary Court of Arak to begin serving his one-year sentence.

According to the Campaign for the Defense of Political and Civil Prisoners, on Tuesday April 2nd, 2024, Mr. Sadeghi was taken to Arak Prison to serve his sentence. He was previously detained by security forces and was released on bail in February 2023.

Arak second Branch of the Revolutionary Court, presided over by Judge Hosseini, had sentenced Mr. Sadeghi to three years and seven months in prison for charges of “assembly and collusion” and eight months in prison for charges of “propaganda against the regime”.

However, the sentence was reduced to one year of imprisonment by the Eighth Branch of the Central Provincial Court chaired by Judge Mohsen Adalat in Esfahan last month.

With Mr. Sadeghi’s arrest and transfer to Arak Prison, he is currently serving his sentence.

This news comes amid increasing pressures on teacher union activists in recent months.

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