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گزارشگر ویژه سازمان ملل در حقوق بشر خواستار سفر به ایران شد

جاوید رحمان، گزارشگر ویژه سازمان ملل در امور حقوق بشر ایران، که به تازگی عهده دار این ماموریت شده است، خواستار سفر به ایران شد.

جاوید رحمان در بیانیه‌ای که جمعه ۱۹ مرداد منتشر شد اعلام کرد که همزمان با آغاز به کار خود، طی درخواستی کتبی از مقام های جمهوی اسلامی خواسته است که «برای به دست آوردن درک بهتر از وضعیت حقوق بشر در ایران»، بتواند به این کشور سفر کند.

این درخواست جاوید رحمان در حالی صورت می گیرد که جمهوری اسلامی ایران به گزارشگران پیشین سازمان ملل در امور حقوق بشر ایران مجوز سفر به این کشور نداد و عموما درخواست های همکاری آنان را رد کرده بود.

جاوید رحمان بیش از یک ماه پیش جانشین عاصمه جهانگیر شد که بهمن سال گذشته درگذشت.

آقای رحمان پس از انتخاب خود ابراز امیدواری کرده بود که فضای گفت و گو با مقام های جمهوری اسلامی باز شود.

گزارشگران ویژه سازمان ملل در سالهای اخیر همواره بر نقض شدید حقوق بشر در ایران تاکید کرده اند. 

بر اساس این گزارش ها، آمار بالای اعدام، نقض آزادی بیان و سرکوب روزنامه نگاران و فعالان مدنی، نقض حقوق زندانیان عقیدتی و سیاسی، نقض حقوق اقلیت‌های مذهبی و قومی و نقض حقوق زنان، از جمله موارد رایج نقض حقوق بشر در ایران است.

مقام های جمهوری اسلامی به تعیین گزارشگر ویژه حقوق بشر در مورد ایران به شدت انتقاد کرده و با گزارشگران ویژه سازمان ملل همکاری نمی کنند.


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