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Form Number 1


Islamic Republic of Iran

Ministry of Oil


Date: 26 Mordad 1361 [17 August 1982]

Number: H-B259/3

Enclosure: -----


In the Name of God

Early Retired Employee

Decision number H-B 259/3, dated 26 Mordad 1361 [17 August 1982]

Hearing Authority: Preliminary Committee of Restructuring of Human Resources –Number 3, Shiraz Oil Industry

Allegation: Membership in the perverse Baha’i sect

Procedural Synopsis: The case file of Mr. Hasan, Surname Sabouri, Son of Ali Jan, Born in [redacted], Birth certificate [redacted], From Eqlid Abadeh Fars, Position: Accounting staff, Working service: 34 years, Work Location: Distribution, Employee number: [redacted], Education: high school diploma, Married was considered.  In its meeting of 26 Mordad 1361 [17 August 1982], the Committee considered the evidence presented and declares its verdict as follows:


“Committee Decision”

Considering the file documents and the report by Inquiry group -----, Accused admission –X--, Accused defense X--, Witness statement -----, Expert opinion -----, Learned opinion -----, and -------- evidence in the file in the opinion of the Committee the allegations are proven.  He is in violation of the Restructuring of the Human Resources Act which governs Ministries governmental institutions and government-affiliated agencies  as approved on 5 Mehr 1360 [27 September 1981]:

1- Membership in the perverse Baha’i sect, [Clauses 8 Section 29] and

2- Clause ------ Article ------ and

3- Clause ------ Article ------ and

4- Clause ------ Article ------ and

Consequently as set out in Clause 11 Section 20 of the aforementioned Act is sentenced to permanent expulsion from government and government-affiliated employment.

This decision may be appealed to the review committee within 15 days of the date it is served (whether [in person] or [via posted legal decree]).


On behalf of the Head of the Provisional Committee for the Restructuring of Human Resources, Number 3 - Shiraz Oil Industry

[Signature over official stamp]