UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Accusations of lethal drive in opposition to protesters in Iran should be thoroughly investigated, a spokesman for United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Monday, declaring studies of violence towards those people protesting the downing of a civilian airliner had been “worrying.”
“We’re certainly adhering to very intently the demonstrations that have been having spot right now and over the weekend in Iran and the Secretary-General recollects the legal rights to liberty of expression and affiliation in peaceful assembly of folks,” U.N. spokesman Stephane Dujarric told reporters.
Protesters denouncing Iran’s clerical rulers took to the streets and riot police deployed to confront them on Monday, in a third day of demonstrations just after authorities acknowledged unintentionally taking pictures down a Ukrainian passenger plane.
Visuals from the former two times of protests showed wounded people today becoming carried and pools of blood on the floor. Gunshots could be read, although the police denied opening fireplace.
Dujarric claimed Guterres had taken be aware of the announcement by Iran that it experienced unintentionally shot down the passenger plane.
“It’s pretty important that the authorities guarantee a thorough and transparent investigation into what occurred, into this tragic incident, and that the investigation … be carried out in accordance with annex thirteen on the Convention on Global Civil Aviation, with the involvement of the applicable nations around the world impacted,” he stated.
Reporting by Michelle Nichols Modifying by Dan Grebler