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Iran’s president declined interview after presenter refused to wear veil



Everything was ready for the Iranian president to speak to the moderator, but he suddenly decided to cancel the interview because the woman refused to wear the veil.

International field journalist and presenter had an uncomfortable moment CNN, Christian Amanpour later President Ebrahim Raishi of Iran decided not to display on the screen the communicator refused to wear the veil .

According to Signal itself, the interview was pre-planned and it was agreed that the president would speak to journalists during a visit to New York, USA by the United Nations General Assembly.

Nevertheless, Raisi arrived almost 40 minutes late And through his assistant he would have asked Amanpour to wear a veil or headscarf minutes before the conversation starts .

Prior to the request, the journalist would have “politely refused,” they said from the channel. The Iranian president did not make this decision in the best possible way, opting to cancel the interview and leave .

The British communicator, who grew up in Iran’s capital Tehran, pardoned her decision that she was not required to wear a veil because she was working outside the country mentioned.

“In order to comply with local laws and customs, I wear a headscarf when reporting in Iran, otherwise I cannot work as a journalist.” , Said. However, he said he would not do the same when in another country where this is not a requirement.

Neither here in New York nor anywhere outside of Iran has the president of Iran asked me. I’ve interviewed all of them since 1995, inside and outside Iran, and I’ve never been asked to wear a headscarf,” she told CNN.

President Ebrahim Raishi claimed his decision to abandon the interview in the face of Christian Amanpour’s refusal was due to the fact that he thought “respect issues” because these are the holy months of Muharram and Safar.

According to media reports, Iranian president expected to mention Mercer Amini’s death in interview a woman who was reportedly detained after moral police saw her wearing a hijad incorrectly.

This circumstance and the strange cause of her death sparked hordes of demonstrations in the aforementioned country where women took off their hijabs, burned them, and cut their hair in public.

Source: Biobiochile

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