On Wednesday, August 22, Hajar Saeedi, a women's rights activist, was sentenced by the First Branch of the Revolutionary Court of Sanandaj to five years suspended imprisonment for four years.
The trial of this Kurdish activist was held on Wednesday, August 5, in the First Branch of the Revolutionary Court of Sanandaj, presided over by Judge Saeedi, and the court accused her of "membership in a Kurdish opposition party of the Iranian government, participating in illegal gatherings and associating with labor activists."
This women's rights activist has denied all charges in court.
According to the court ruling, Hajar Saeedi had to report to the Sanandaj Ettelaat Bureau every four months.
On Wednesday, June 24, Hajar Saeedi, a women's rights activist, was released on bail after 18 days detention in the Sanandaj Ettelaat Bureau.
This women's rights activist was transferred to the women's ward of Sanandaj Central Prison on the tenth day of her arrest.
This Kurdish activist was denied access to a lawyer and family visits during her detention.
On Sunday, June 7, security forces raided the private home of the women's rights activist and arrested her without any court order.
This women's rights activist was also summoned and interrogated by the Sanandaj Intelligence Bureau on the International Workers' Day.