The Committee of Romanian Representatives for Free Iran has released a statement condemning the ongoing executions in Iran, which are aimed at suppressing the spreading uprising and maintaining the regime’s grip on power. The statement highlights the continuous public protests and the regime’s brutal response, including the killing of hundreds of people, injuring and blinding many more, and arresting tens of thousands. The regime has resorted to holding unfair public hearings and issuing executive orders to silence protesters. The statement calls on the international community, particularly the European Union, to not only denounce these grave human rights violations but also take decisive political actions to prevent further atrocities in Iran. It emphasizes the need for political and economic relations with the Iranian government to be conditioned on respect for human rights and the freedom of political prisoners. The Committee of Romanian Representatives for Free Iran also urges the EU to condemn the recent executions and the historic massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in 1988.
Below is the full text of this statement:
Executions continue to prevent the spread of the uprising in the horror of the regime’s downfall.
More than eight months have passed since the death of Mahsa Amini, and public protests are continuing with the aim of overthrowing the Mullah’s regime. In the early days of the uprising, the religious fascists ruling Iran, have killed 750 people, over 700 people were injured and blinded with shotguns, and more than 30,000 people were arrested.
But the news we hear is about the continuation of the protests, and this is the main reason for the regime’s executions, to stop the uprising.
The Mullah regime, in the last months, has started to hold public hearings, the accused were arrested without a lawyer behind closed doors, and the judges ordered the security apparatus to issue an execution order for the protestors. During the current month, more than 100 people were executed in different cities in Iran, and hundreds of other execution orders were issued. The international community should not only punish these crimes but also take serious political decisions to prevent medieval crimes in Iran. The regime of Iran for the past 44 years has proven that it does not intend to reform, and acts of terror and executions have been carried out more and more, even against Western policies.
We demand that the EU makes all political and economic relations with the government of Iran conditioned on respect for human rights and the freedom of political prisoners.
We want the EU to condemn the recent executions in Iran and the murder of 30,000 political prisoners in 1988.
The Committee of Romanian Representatives for Free Iran