The new trial planned for Sunday against the British national Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who has been imprisoned for four years and sentenced to prison, has been postponed at the last minute, according to her family.
Labor MP Tulip Sidiq announced on her Twitter account that she spoke during the day with Richard Ratcliffe, Nazanin’s husband, who confirmed that the trial “has been postponed and will not take place today”.
“She is relieved, frustrated, stressed and angry. As soon as she is treated as a negotiating partner,” complained Sidiq. Zaghari-Ratcliffe contacted prosecutors early in the day after the car that was needed to look for her failed to arrive at her home.
According to the British newspaper “The Guardian”, the Iranian authorities announced at the time that they had not seen them during the day without giving further details.