Labor activist Anisha Assadollahi reported to Evin to serve her time in prison.
The 26th Branch of the Revolutionary Court of Tehran sentenced Ms. Assadollahi to five years and eight months in prison in late May 2023. Tehran Province’s Revision Court later upheld this verdict.
Labor activist Anisha Assadollahi was convicted of “assembly and collusion” and “propaganda against the state” and sentenced to 5 years and eight months.
According to Article 134 of the regime’s Punishment Code, the maximum sentence would be implemented, which is five years for “assembly and collusion.”
On April 16, 2023, a hearing was convened at Branch 26 of the Tehran Revolutionary Court to address the charges against labor activist Anisha Assadollahi. Subsequently, on the eve of International Workers’ Day, April 28, 2023, she was arrested along with several other trade union and labor activists by security forces at the residence of Mohammad Habibi, a prominent teachers’ union activist, and transferred to Evin Prison.
She was released temporarily on a 1-billion-Toman bail on May 8, 2023.
On June 18, 2019, twelve intelligence agents arrested labor activist Anisha Assadollahi on the street. She had just been released on bail after being arrested during the Labor Day demonstrations.
Anisha Assadollahi was among 15 women violently arrested on May 1, 2019, during a protest demonstration on International Workers’ Day. Some were taken to the Intelligence Ministry Ward 209 in Evin Prison, and others were transferred to the Qarchak Prison (Shahr-e Rey) in Varamin.