Kurdpa Agency: The most prominent Kurdish political prisoner held in Urmia prison continues to be denied from leaveing of absence.
Osman Mostafa pour, the most prominent Kurdish political prisoner held in Urmia prison, continues to be denied from leaveing of absence and has not yet been granted leave by the Iranian judiciary.
This Kurdish political prisoner has been in Urmia Central Prison for twenty-eight years without leaveing.
In November 2018, after the Branch Three of the Urmia Revolutionary Courts rejected the release of this political prisoner, Osman Mazin, his lawyer, filed a lawsuit against the General Prosecutor's Office for not agreeing to end his sentence.
The Urmia Revolutionary Court has repeatedly denied the reduced sentence, pardon, and conditional release.
Earlier, Branch Three of the Urmia Revolutionary Court had rejected Osman Mustafa Pour's conditional release request after twenty-seven years in prison.
This Kurdish political activist was arrested in July 1991 in the Mergavar district of Urmia and later sentenced to death execution on charges of "membership of a Kurdish opposition party of the Iranian government, in which the Supreme Court of Iran reduced his sentence to 25 imprisonment and 10 years imprisonment. the Islamic Republic of Iran's Judiciary has sentenced Osman Mostafapour to 10 years in prison for clashing with the Revolutionary Guards, who believe that the law requires only one punishment, which is a severe punishment, and that the prisoner should not serve 25 years in prison.
Osman Mustafa Pour, in a letter to the UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights, Human Rights Watch and international and national human rights forums and all free and libertarian people and conscientious objectors throughout Iran and around the world, has called for an investigation into the judicial process and twenty years of his life and youth in the prisons of the Islamic Republic of Iran, do not allow other young people from this land to ruin their life on the basis of unsubstantiated claims.