Uncertainty over Iran’s morality police after remark by attorney general

Uncertainty over iran's morality police after remark by attorney general

CBC News published this video item, entitled “Uncertainty over Iran’s morality police after remark by attorney general” – below is their description.

Major news outlets reported that the Iranian regime had disbanded its controversial morality police following remarks from Iranian Attorney General Mohammad Jafar Montazeri. But Montazeri later retracted his comments and critics argued the remarks were a tactic employed by the Iranian regime to stop the ongoing protests in Iran.

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