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Special Rapporteur's March 2013 report on the situation of human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran

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      Report of the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran   Summary The present report is the second to be submitted to the Human Rights Council,

pursuant to Council resolution 16/9, and communicates developments in the human rights situation of the Islamic Republic of Iran that have transpired since the submission of the Special Rapporteur’s second interim report to the 67th session of the General Assembly (A/67/369) in October 2012. The present report outlines the Special Rapporteur’s activities since the Council’s renewal of his mandate during its 22nd session , examines ongoing issues, and presents some of the most recent and pressing developments in the country’s human rights situation. Although the report is not exhaustive, it provides a picture of the prevailing situation as observed in the preponderance of reports submitted to and examined by the Special Rapporteur. It is envisaged that a number of important issues not covered in the present report will be addressed in the Special Rapporteur’s future reports to the General Assembly and the Human Rights Council.

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