Mohammad Reza Habibi

Mohammad Reza Habibi
محمدرضا حبیبی
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Male
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Alive
6 Dec 2020
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  • Public and Revolutionary Prosecutor, Isfahan (Isfahan Province) (2008 - 27 Aug 2014)
  • Public and Revolutionary Prosecutor, Freydoon Shahr (Isfahan Province) (Unknown)
  • Head of Judicial Administration, Yazd Province (27 Aug 2014 - present)
These violations may only be part of the human rights violations that this person has been involved in. The investigation into this person's human rights record is ongoing.

On 10 October, 2011, the European Union placed 29 Iranian officials on the human rights sanctions list, including Mohammad Reza Habibi, for their role in widespread and serious violation of the rights of Iranian citizens. According to this decision, Habibi was barred from entering the EU and all of his assets will be confiscated in Europe. According to the EU statement, Mohammad Reza Habibi has been placed on the EU sanctions list for participating in denying defendants fair trial of defendants, including the trial of Abdullah Fathi in May 2011, disregarding due process and excessive use of death penalty.