The UN General Assembly passed a resolution condemning the human rights situation in Iran with 78 votes in favor, 31 against and 69 abstentions.

The resolution had already been adopted by the Third Committee of the UN General Assembly on November 17 of this year.

Canada submitted a resolution condemning the gross and systematic violation of human rights in Iran to the United Nations, and 47 other countries supported it.

The resolution addresses the alarming number of executions, widespread and systematic arrests and arbitrary detentions, the deliberate deprivation of prisoners of access to medical treatment and services, the mistreatment of prisoners in Evin Prison, the harassment of dissidents and human rights defenders, and the use of torture. He referred to the confessions and suspicious deaths of prisoners.
The UN resolution emphasizes the need for a credible, independent and impartial investigation into all serious human rights violations in Iran, including enforced disappearances, extrajudicial executions and the elimination of evidence of such crimes, and calls for an end to impunity for such crimes. It has become the Islamic Republic.

The UN General Assembly resolution also expressed serious concern about the continued use of the death penalty in the Islamic Republic of Iran for minors, and called on the Islamic Republic of Iran to suspend the use of the death penalty against minors, including They were under 18 years old at the time of the crime.

The resolution states that the execution of persons under the age of 18 at the time of the crime is a violation of the International Convention on the Rights of the Child.

The UN General Assembly has also called on the Iranian government to end discrimination against religious minorities in the country, including the Baha’i community.

Resolutions on the “human rights situation in Iran” have been submitted to the UN General Assembly since the early 1980s. Over the past four decades, the human rights situation in Iran has always been a human rights concern of the United Nations.

The adoption of this resolution is the result of the continuous efforts of human rights activists and organizations. It is also a confirmation of all the reports and news that we have published about human rights violations in Iran and Iranian Kurdistan.