Government raids office of Iranian reformist organization
Source: Radio Zamaneh
The office of the Iranian reformist party, Mojahedin of the Islamic
Revolution, was raided by a number of officers in plain clothes.
Jaras website reports that the officers
confiscated all computers, and documents from the office.
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The report adds that two of the employees were present at the office and were
locked in a room during the raid.
Last month, Iran's prosecutor and spokesman for the judiciary announced that the
two reformist parties Mohajedin of the Islamic Revolution and Islamic Iran
Participation front have been officially dissolved by the judiciary.
The two organizations disputed the decision and the IIPF even published a
document revealing that one of the branches of the Revolutionary court has in
fact annulled the move against their organization and reinstated them.
Last week, Mohammad Salamti, secretary general of Mojahedin of the Islamic
Revolution announced that his organization still considers itself a legal entity
and will continue all its activities within the framework of the law.
He announced that the organization has not been involved in any legal action
against it and none of its representatives have been summoned to any legal
Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution started its political activities in its
current form in 1991. Following the 2009 presidential elections and the
widespread protests over the alleged vote fraud that returned Mahmoud
Ahmadinejad to power, several executive members of this organization were
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