Judiciary chief: Judicial system supports those who report corruption
Iran’s Judiciary Chief Seyyed Ebrahim Ra’eisi says the entire judicial system backs those people who report corruption cases and directives have been issued to various sections of the Judiciary to this effect.
According to Press TV, Ra’eisi said on Monday that the Judiciary will support those involved in the prevention of vice, saying Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has ordered the Judiciary to support reports of corruption and the prevention of vice.
Expressing his satisfaction with the Judiciary’s measures over the past year, the Leader said, "The fight against corruption, which has reached its peak in this period, should strongly continue without negligence and on the basis of rights, justice and law, with no encroachment and oppression of innocent people."
The directive advised “those who are subject to accusations to surrender themselves to justice, and know this that they will not be able to escape the grasp of justice.”