Incarcerated rights attorney, Nasrin Sotoudeh has been banned from visits for three weeks by Evin prison’s Disciplinary Board.

According to Kalameh, in their latest act applying additional pressure on Nasrin Sotoudeh (now on a hunger strike in the women’s ward of Evin prison), the Evin Disciplinary Board has completely banned her visitations for three weeks.

Last week Kalameh had also reported that this human rights activist attorney was taken to the medical clinic in Evin due to deteriorating health as a result of hunger strike she launched two weeks ago.

While the previous difficulties placed on her visitation rights were one of the reasons she initiated a hunger strike, they have now escalated pressure by completely banning visitations from her children for three weeks.

Nasrin Sotoudeh has been imprisoned since September 4, 2010. She was tried and convicted on charges of acting against the national security, propagating against the regime…

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