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Trump calls death sentence three protesters in Iran a "terrible signal"

Iranian Supreme Court spokesman Golyam Hossein Ismaily said on Tuesday that three people involved in the riots in November 2019 were sentenced to death.
July 15. US President Donald Trump said Wednesday that the death penalty for three protesters of 2019 in Iran is a “terrible signal” to the world.

"Three people were sentenced to death in Iran for participating in protests. It is expected that the execution will be carried out immediately. The execution of these three people is a terrible signal for the whole world, and [the sentence] should not be carried out," the American leader wrote. on your twitter page .

On Tuesday, Iranian Supreme Court spokesman Golyam Hossein Ismaily informed that three people who participated in the riots in November 2019 were sentenced to death.

On November 15, 2019, a government order came into force in Iran to raise gas prices to 30 thousand riyals (about $ 0.2) per liter, which actually meant a threefold increase in the cost of fuel. After this decision, protests took place in a number of cities, which grew into clashes with the police. Demonstrators set fire to the offices of banks and gas stations. Riots were noted in more than a hundred settlements of the country. According to official figures, during the protests in Iran in November 2019, 230 people were killed.

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