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The authorities have announced the abolition of the vice police in the country, but Iranians in conversations with foreign media say that this will not end the protests.

Iranian chief prosecutor Mohammad Kafer Montazeri made a statement on this matter.

In his speech at a religious conference, Montazeri explained that the vice police had nothing to do with the justice system and had been shut down.

Protests continue across the country, which began with the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini on September 16 after she was detained by the vice police.

Montazeri also noted that the law on women’s headwear in the country could also be revised and recommendations on this matter could be announced within a week or two.

Other government departments have yet to confirm Montazeri’s claims.

The control of the vice police in Iran is under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Interior.

Will the protests in the country stop even if the vice police is abolished?

The abolition of the vice police does not mean that the law on the women’s hijab, which has been in force in the country for years, will change.

An Iranian woman told the British broadcaster BBC that the abolition of the vice police does not mean the end of the protests.

Another woman stated that protesters are no longer interested in hijabs and that they have not worn hijabs at protests for 70 days. Declaring that they want a revolution, the woman said that the turban was only the beginning of it, and that they only wanted regime change with the death of the dictator.

The morality police in Iran was established in 2005 by then-president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

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