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Iran’s attorney general has announced that it will abolish its morality police amid protests

  • Siavash Ardalan & Marita Moloney
  • BBC Persian Service

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A protester holds a photo of Mahsa Amini during a protest in Turkey last month.

Iran’s morality police, tasked with enforcing strict Islamic dress codes, will be disbanded, the country’s attorney general has announced.

Mohammed Zafar Montaseri’s comments, which have yet to be confirmed by other agencies, were made during an event on Sunday.

Iran is affected Months of struggle over the young woman’s death While he was in police custody.

Mahza Amini was arrested by the morality police for violating hijab regulations.