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22 September 2017 - 09:55
News ID: 542
Iran » Iran
Publish Date: 11:38 - 18 March 2013
Tehran, YJC. Tehran Attorney General has said that a number of people involved in the assassination of Iran’s nuclear scientists are being sought.

Speaking at a session held for the introduction of the Attorney General of Shemiran, Abbas Jafari Dolatabadi said "So far 18 of the individuals involved in the assassination of nuclear scientists are being legally pursued.”

Tehran Attorney General also provided comments that indictments are being filed against those involved in the disruptive measures in exchange market and said "Indictments are being filed against 60 of them and 20 other are awaiting indictments.”

Aggas Jafari Dolatabadi also said that oil courts as well as bank and money courts will be launched in the coming Iranian year.

He also provided comments on the great fiscal corruption and said "200 people involved in the great corruption case are followed legally and so far 48 have been prosecuted.”

He also asked media and candidates for upcoming elections to act within legal frameworks.


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