The move comes during a Shia religious holiday.
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Layatolla Iranian Ali Khamenei a “Agreed to pardon or change sentence for 5,156” Those convicted or convicted of wrongdoing posted a statement on its website on Saturday, June 26th.
The move comes on June 22, a Shiite religious holiday that coincided with the birth of Imam Raza, one of the most revered figures in Twelfth Shia state religion in Iran since the sixteenth century.
The Supreme guide At the suggestion of the head of the judicial authority, a large sum of money is paid each year for major religious or national holidays.
In May, Ayatollah Khamenei pardoned or reduced the sentences of nearly 2,200 prisoners, a celebration of Eid al-Fitr, the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, according to its official website.