The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Iranian women's rights activist Narges Mohammadi
The Iranian activist Narges Mohammadi received the Nobel Peace Prize 2023 for her fight for women's rights and freedom, announced this Friday the Norwegian Nobel Committeebased in Oslo.
In the previous pools of experts, the Iranians were mentioned Narges Mohammadi, Masih Alinejad and Nasrín Sotudé; the Chinese-Iugur Ilham Tohtithe World Health Organization (WHO), the international Court of Justice (ICJ) and the International Criminal Court (CPI).
The Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunbergthe Belarusian opposition Svetlana Tikhanovskayathe Russian Alexei NavalnyHong Kong activists, the Ugandan Vanessa NakateSOS Méditerranée, Doctors without borders (MSF), the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots and the Australian journalist Julian Assange They also appeared in the forecasts.
Just like last year, the president of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyoccupied first place in the betting houses, but the fact of being an active part in the war means that Norwegian organizations such as the PRIO or the Norwegian Peace Council have publicly doubted their real options.
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