The Iranian referee was fired because of this outfit      

Shohreh Bayat, the Iranian judge of the World Chess Federation, was dismissed by the world head of this federation.


Khabarozshi: Shohreh Bayat, the Iranian judge of the World Chess Federation, was dismissed by the world head of this federation. Pashreh Bayat, a female Iranian chess referee who emigrated from Iran 3 years ago, was banned this time by the head of the World Federation from judging prestigious games. He, who had previously participated in the world championships without the Islamic hijab, did not return to Iran to referee outside of Iran. Shahreh Bayat confirmed this news and wrote on her Twitter account: Arkai Durukovich (the head of the World Chess Federation) asked me not to wear the shirt with the slogan of woman, life, freedom written on it. In the following competitions, I entered the competition hall with a blue and yellow dress, which is a symbol of the Ukrainian flag, but the head of the World Federation said, "You are an inappropriate referee." . She is the first and only female A rank international chess referee in Asia and an instructor of the World Chess Federation (FIDE), who has refereed competitions including the finals of the World Women's Chess Championship. Bayat holds the title of professor of the World Chess Federation and the former secretary of the Iranian Chess Federation. Shohreh Bayat resigned from her position at the end of October 2017 due to unknown reasons and then in 2019 (AD) she was elected as a senior member of the World Chess Federation Judges Committee and FIDE teacher. Before emigrating from Iran, Shahreh Bayat was a senior member of the FIDE referees committee, but in November 2019, the British Ministry of Interior granted Shahreh Bayat asylum.

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