UN special rapporteur's non-admission means a great deal
Azerbaijan , Baku, June 30 / Trend D. Khatinoglu /
The fact that Iran has not accepted the UN special rapporteur on human rights and has not let him visit the country is a violation of human rights, head of the Iranian Bureau of Reporters Without Borders Reza Moini told Trend.
Iranian official representatives stated that Iran will not accept the UN special rapporteur on human rights.
Touching upon this topic, the head of the judiciary system of the country Sadiq Larijani, said that he does not accept the UN special rapporteur.
He added that despite the cooperation between Iran and the UN, this cooperation is used against Iran.
The UN Council on Human Rights appointed former Maldivian Foreign Minister Ahmed Shaheed UN special rapporteur on human rights in Iran on June 17.
Moini said that regardless of whether Iran will agree to UN special rapporteur's visit or not, the report will still be prepared.
"The special rapporteur will prepare a report on human rights in Iran, using the Internet and other means," Moini added.
He said the visit of the UN special rapporteur on human rights to Iran may facilitate the process of preparing the report.
After the presidential elections of 2009, Iran is on the agenda in connection with the violation of human rights.