The prison sentence of the two citizens was reduced to 15 years in prison

The sentences of “Keyvan Rashuzadeh” and “Kamran Ghasemi”, two political prisoners in the I.R Urmie prison, who were sentenced to 45 years in prison by a court of first instance, were reduced to 15 years in prison.
It’s noteworthy that Branch 2 of the I.R’s Revolutionary Court had sentenced the two citizens to a total of 45 years in prison. The sentences were reduced to 10 years and 1 day in prison each with the application of the Penal Code.

In the Court of Appeals, the sentence of Keyvan Rashuzadeh and Kamran Ghasemi was reduced to 7 years and 6 months imprisonment for each person.

Branch 2 of the Revolutionary Court, presided over by Judge “Sheikhlou”, tried Keyvan Rashzadeh and Kamran Ghasemi on charges of acting against national security through membership in a Kurdish opposition party to the Iranian government.

Keyvan Rashuzadeh, son of Osman, and Kamran Ghasemi, son of Yousef, are citizens of Urmie and they’re currently being held in the youth ward of the prison.