And the solidarity with the Iranian people the engine of the manifestation organized in Rimini by radicals, starting from the itinerant initiative of + Europe “Let’s unveil freedom”. In piazza Tre Martiri different political forces but a single voice, in defense of justice and democracy, rights claimed by the Iranian community but inaccessible in their country. Hence the appeal to the international community and to the political forces, “to support the demands of the Iranian community, in particular the summoning of ambassadors, the boycott of Iranian nuclear power and the use of economic relations to exert pressure, so that the West still once, don’t choose the path of cynicism and indifference”, he declares Philip Vignali of the Radicals of Rimini.
Iranian women also intervene, speaking on behalf of those who have remained at home. They read the names of minors sentenced to death: “We have the right – they say – to live in freedom”. Grido launched just as Iran announces zero tolerance towards the protests, in view of new mobilizations from 5 to 7 December, national day of university students. “The security forces, with all their might and without tolerance, will meet any new uprising, which has so far been supported by foreign intelligence services,” the Iranian Security Council said. IranWire refers to the demolition of the climber’s family home Elnaz Rekabi: the athlete – will remember – she had competed without a veil in Seoul, during the Asian Sport Climbing Championships, just as anti-regime protests were spreading across Iran. And it is news of these hours that Parliament and the Supreme Council of the Cultural Revolution will express themselves within 15 days on the question ofobligatory hijab. Violating the Islamic Republic’s dress code cost the life of the 22-year-old Mahsa Amini. It was September 16th. Since then, thousands of women have taken to the streets, taking off and burning their veils.
In the service Filippo Vignali of the Radicals of Rimini