Summons and Questioning of Parvin Ardalan in the Security Branch of the Revolutionary Courts

Sunday 6 April 2008

Change for Equality: Following the summons of Parvin Ardalan, women’s rights activist and member of the One Million Signatures Campaign, she appeared on Saturday April 5 at the 1st Security Branch of the Revolutionary Courts. In an interview provided to the site of Change for Equality, Ardalan explained that: "the questions of the court investigator were related to my activities in the site of the Zanestan, and Change for Equality. At the close of the investigative session, I was charged with propaganda against the state—charges which I denied. I was released on my own recognizance."

Parvin Ardalan was prevented from travel at the last minute on March 4, 2008, while on her way to Stockholm to receive the Olaf Palme Prize. Her passport was also confiscated at this time. To date, her passport has not been returned to her and the travel ban remains in tact.


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