Thursday, September 19, 2019 12:04

Gholamhossein Mohseni Ejei

Judiciary reiterates ban on reporting about former Iranian president

The spokesman for the Iranian judiciary stressed once more that the media is not to report on former president, Mohammad Khatami, a senior reformist figure, as he is officially under a media ban by order of the judiciary. » read more

Judiciary confirms former president is under media ban

A spokesman for Iran’s judiciary says former president Mohammad Khatami has been banned from appearing in the media. » read more

Judiciary says trial possible for Mousavi, Karroubi

MirHosein Mousavi and Mehdi Karroubi will be brought to trial as soon as the necessary conditions are set, the first deputy of the judiciary told a news conference on Monday. » read more

Judiciary gives deadline for blocking sites like Whatapp

The Iranian judiciary has given the administration one month to block mobile social networking sites such as Whatapp, Viber and Tango. » read more

Former vice president slams prosecutor

Mohammadreza Rahimi has slammed Iran’s Prosecutor General for publicly announcing the details of the embezzlement court proceedings against Rahimi before those details have been confirmed. » read more

MP Motahari fires back at Prosecutor over house arrests

Conservative MP Ali Motahari has once again condemned the house arrest of MirHosein Mousavi, Zahra Rahnavard and Mehdi Karroubi, saying recent statements by Prosecutor General Gholamhosein Mohseni Ejei indicate that he has condemned them to life imprisonment without a trial or a chance to defend themselves. » read more

Prosecutor says opposition leaders must pay for ‘sin’

Iran’s Prosecutor General has once again revisited the topic of the opposition leaders’ house arrest, saying the Green Movement leaders will not be released and adding: “They have committed a great crime and have to be held accountable for it.” » read more

Protesters from 2009 election sentenced in absentia

Iran’s Prosecutor General and spokesperson for the judiciary announced that the Iranian courts have issued sentences in absentia for seven protesters from the 2009 election. » read more

Establishment backlash grows against Rohani’s statements

President Rohani’s statements about curbing overt government interference in people’s lives have drawn more fire from the establishment, this time from Iran’s Prosecutor General and spokesman for the judiciary, Gholamhossein Mohseni Ejei. » read more

Prosecutor says minister broke law by refusing to censor

Iran’s prosecutor general says the Ministry of Communication’s refusal to censor the messaging service WhatsApp in Iran is “against the law” and the minister must be held accountable. » read more