The sentence of a labor activist in the Sanandaj Court of Appeals was upheld

 The Fourth Branch of the Sanandaj Court of Appeals, presided over by Judge Mostafa Tayari, upheld the sentence of Kamran Sakhtemangar, a Kurdish labor activist who had been sentenced to six years in prison.

 The Sanandaj Court of Appeals rejected the appeal of this labor activist, citing paragraph A of Article 455 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, which upheld the appeal and ruled.

 On November 19th, 2019, Kamran Sakhtemangar, a labor activist from Sanandaj, was sentenced to five years in prisonon charges of membership in one of the Kurdish opposition by the First Branch of the Revolutionary Court, presided over by Judge Hossein Saeedi, he was also sentenced to one year in prison, including previous days of detention and severe punishment on charges of propaganda against the regime. 

 This labor activist from Sanandaj was arrested on Thursday, September 5th, 2019, in connection with his activities in support of workers' rights in the private garden of Seyed Ali Hosseini, another labor activist in a village around Saqez, and he transferred to Sanandaj Ettelaat Detention Center. 

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