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MP Jalali: Iran to sanction 26 US officials for black human rights records


Rapporteur of National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of Iran’s Parliament, Kazem Jalali said on Sunday that Majlis is reviewing a plan to sanction 26 US officials for their black human rights records.
MP: Iran to sanction 26 US officials for black human rights records

Majlis on Sunday session studied the records of US officials in terms of violation of human rights, Jalali said.

He said that the US officials have perpetrated crimes amounted to blatant violation of human rights in Iraq, Afghanistan and other parts of the world.

Jalali said that the US officials have escalated terrorism in Iraq and Afghanistan by violence in the name of campaign against terrorism and some of them abetted drug trafficking.

Jalali said that if the Majlis approves the plan, the US officials will be sanctioned and punitive measures will be envisaged for ignoring human rights in Iraq and Afghanistan and the other parts of the world.

Majlis on Tuesday will make final decision to this end, Jalali said.

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