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The 11th annual report on the death penalty by Iran Human Rights (IHR) and ECPM (Together Against the Death Penalty) is the first report since the implementation of the new amendments to the Anti Narcotic law. The report provides an assessment and analysis of the death penalty trends in 2018 in the Islamic Republic of Iran. It sets out the number of executions in 2018, the trend compared to previous years, the legislative framework and procedures, charges, geographic distribution and a monthly
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    Iran Execution Report 2018: Public Executions

    A part of the 11th Annual Report on the Death Penalty in Iran, by IHR, deals with public executions in the country.

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    Executions for murder charges in Iran: Qisas in 2018

    Qisas refers to retribution in kind. Qisas death sentences have been retained for murder in the new Iranian Islamic Penal Code (IPC).

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    Executions in Iran for "Moharebeh" and "Corruption on Earth" in 2018

    Murder (qisas), Moharebeh and Corruption on earth, rape/sexual assault and drug-related charges were the most common charges used against those executed in 2018.

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    Death Penalty in Iran: Legislations and procedures

    A part of the 11th Annual Report on the Death Penalty in Iran, by Iran Human Rights (IHR), deal with International treaties ratified by Iran, Islamic Penal Code & offences punishable by death, as well as procedures.

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    Iran Executions Report 2018: Rouhani vs Ahmadinejad

    This 2018 annual report is being published 18 months into the second term of Hassan Rouhani’s presidential period. According to reports by IHR at least 3500 people have been executed during the 5.5 years of the presidency of Hassan Rouhani.

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    Iran: Annual report on the death penalty 2018

    Iran Human Rights (IHR); February 26, 2018: The 11th Annual Report on the Death Penalty in Iran, by Iran Human Rights (IHR) and ECPM, coincides with the 40th anniversary of the Islamic revolution of 1979. The Islamic revolution marks the start of an era where the death penalty became a “normal” part of the people’s everyday lives. The first death sentences were carried out only three days after the victory of the revolution, as four of the Shah’s generals were executed by firing squads on the...