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Professors speak out against media ban on former president

Hundreds of professors from across Iran have issued a letter to the head of Iran’s judiciary, urging him to end the media ban on former president and top reformist figure Mohammad Khatami. » read more

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

Two websites linked to reformists blocked

Fars News Agency reported on Friday February 27 that the Jamaran and Bahar News websites have been blocked and are no longer accessible by internet users. » 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

Former Iranian leader calls on UN to promote "reconciliation"

Former Iranian president Mohammad Khatami has issued an open letter to the United Nations Secretary General calling for immediate action to “achieve historic reconciliation” in response to growing extremism across the world. » read more

Former president describes pressures facing Rohani

Former Iranian president Mohammad Khatami says current president Hassan Rohani is under serious pressure from his political opponents as he deals with political and cultural issues. » read more

Reformist plan coalition for parliamentary elections

Iranian reformists are planning a coalition between supporters of Mohammad Khatami, Ayatollah Hashemi Rafsanjani and Mohammadreza Aref in the coming parliamentary election. » read more

Former president condemns journalist's sentence

Former Iranian president Mohammad Khatami visited the family of jailed Iranian journalist Serajeddin Mirdamadi on Tuesday August 5 and expressed dismay about his arrest and his “unfair” sentence. » read more

Former president denies claim he’s under gag order

Former Iranian president Mohammad Khatami has denied recent statements about an alleged court order against him prohibiting him from giving public appearances and talks. » read more

Former president announces regret that political arrests continue

Former Iranian president Mohammad Khatami said in his New Year’s message that the year just ending could have been more glorious had house arrests and imprisonments ended, referring to the house arrest of opposition leaders MirHosein Mousavi, Zahra Rahnavard and Mehdi Karroubi and the imprisonment of political prisoners charged in connection with the election protests of 2009. » read more