The United Nations Human Rights Council has decided to investigate the situation of the protests in Iran.
According to foreign media reports, the resolution to investigate the Iranian protests was approved at the emergency session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva. According to the resolution, a new investigation mission will be established to investigate the suppression of public protests in Iran.
According to the Human Rights Council, 25 votes were in favor of the resolution and 6 were against it, while 16 member states were absent from the voting, Pakistan and China voted against the resolution, India, United Arab Emirates and Qatar did not vote. Countries were included while other European countries including USA, UK, Japan voted in support of the resolution.
Keeps Read: Iran, Protests continue against the death of Mahsa Amini
The meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Council was called on the crackdown by the Iranian forces against the protesters over the death of a girl in custody in Iran.
It should be noted that 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, who was arrested for violating the hijab law in Iran, died of an alleged heart attack on September 16 while in police custody. Protests continue in Iran after the death of Mahsa Amini.