Political prisoner Maryam Moghaddasi has been deprived of her visitation right and is held in dire conditions in Tehran’s Evin Prison.
Judiciary officials have also disagreed with allowing this prisoner to go on leave.
Maryam Moghaddasi was arrested in 2010 following vast protests in cities of Iranian Kurdistan to the executions of five Kurdish political prisoners. She was charged with “activity and disseminating propaganda against the government” and “collaboration with a Kurdish party” and sentenced to nine years in prison.
Ms. Moghaddasi is serving her sixth year in the women’s ward of Evin.