CORONAVIRUS: CITING CROWDED PRISONS, HUSBAND OF RENOWNED ATTORNEY NASRIN SOTOUDEH CALLS FOR IRANIAN RELEASE OF POLITICAL PRISONERS

Reza Khandan, a women's rights activist and the husband of prominent imprisoned human rights attorney Nasrin Sotoudeh, has called on Iranian authorities to release his wife and other prisoners to the extent possible to protect them from contracting the potentially deadly COVID-19 coronavirus in overcrowded prisons and detention centers. -CHRI

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