Iranian Commission to Monitor Government's Human Rights Observance
Iran's Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) announced on Sunday that it will hold consecutive sessions to inquire into performance of the government in the past year about observance of human rights, reported Tehran Times newspaper.
Public relations office of the IHRC said that the commission's expert meetings will start from Wednesday to look into the matter, said the paper.
The commission will study to what extent the government has upheld freedom of expression in the past year.
The studies will range from press freedom, observance of the women's rights and actions taken by the government through offering bills to the Parliament (Majlis) to support the people's rights.
According to the paper, the (IHRC) has already examined the performance of the Legislative and the Judiciary branches in this connection - Albawaba.com
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