Kamran Sakhtmangar was sentenced to six years in prison

12:03 - 14 December 2019

 Kurdpa Agency: The first branch of the Sanandaj Revolutionary Court sentenced a labor activist to six years in prison.

 According to a report by the Kurdistan Press Agency, in recent days, a labor activist Kamran Sakhtmangar from Sanandaj was sentenced to five years in prison by the first branch of the Revolutionary Court in the city on charges of "membership in one of the Kurdish opposition parties" and one year in prison on Propaganda Against the regime. 

 According to the Article of the Islamic Penal Code, the 5 years decree in prison is applicable.

 This activist from Sanandaj was arrested on Thursday, September 5th, in connection with his activities in support of workers' rights in the private garden of Seyed Ali Hosseini, another labor activist, in a nearby village of Saqez, and taken to the Sanandaj Ettelaat detention center.

 This labor activist was released from prison on Wednesday, November 27th, on 200 million Tomans bail from Sanandaj Central Prison.