Norma relacionada
Islamic Republic of Iran
Practice Related to Rule 94. Slavery and Slave Trade
The Islamic Republic of Iran’s Law of Prohibition of Trading of Slaves within Iran’s Territory and Freedom of Slaves at the Time of Their Arrival into the Country (1929) states: “Anyone who trades a human as a slave, or has other possessory behaviour with a human, or acts as a mediator in the trade or transport of slaves, will be punished to between one to three years of punitive imprisonment.” 
Islamic Republic of Iran, Law of Prohibition of Trading of Slaves within Iran’s Territory and Freedom of Slaves at the Time of Their Arrival into the Country, 1929, Article 1.