Trio face lengthy terms for opposing the ruling system amid accusations of ‘propaganda’
Iran has sentenced two human rights lawyers to six years in prison and a third to 13 years, according to newspaper reports.
The Arman daily said Ghasem Sholeh-Saadi and Arash Keikhosravi were sentenced to five years in prison for taking part in an “illegal gathering” and one year for “propaganda” against the ruling system. It added that they could appeal against the verdict.
Link : Iran sentences three human rights lawyers to prison, reports say