MEK Iran: Call for Election Boycott
call for an election boycott.
Resistance Units expose Raisi’s crimes
The network of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (PMOI / MEK Iran) in Iran continues to carry out its activities across Iran calling for the boycott of the mullahs regime’s sham elections.
MEK’s network, known as the Resistance Units, organizes anti-regime activities all around the country, installing posters, images, and banners to support regime change.
The Resistance Units call the main candidate of mullahs’ sham elections, Ebrahim Raisi, a murderer who was a key member of the death commission who sent thousands of political prisoners to the gallows in a matter of months in 1988.
Tehran, Abadan, Shiraz
Boycott mullahs’ sham elections
Resistance Units in walls of various cities were written, “We will not vote for murderers,” “Boycott mullahs’ sham elections,” and our vote is regime change. The campaign was launched in April by the MEK and is expanding every day.
During the whole month of April, these activities were carried out in over 250 areas in 27 provinces. In May this exceeded in over 310 places in all Iran provinces.
Activities were carried out across Iran
These activities were carried out in several cities including Tehran, Shiraz, Isfahan, Mashhad, Behbahan, Hashtpar Tavalesh, Hamadan, Kermanshah, Sari, Kazeroun, Shahin Shahr, Khorramabad, Ahvaz, Jahrom, Yasuj, Babolsar, Abadan, Lahijan, Larestan, Andimeshk, Saveh, Kashan, Karaj, and Semnan.
Slogans such as “Raisi is the murderer of 30,000 political prisoners, Iranian people’s vote is regime change,” “Down with Raisi,” “Down with Khamenei, hail to Rajavi,” and “Iranian people’s vote is regime change,” were spread in these cities.
Posters installed in major cities
The Resistance Units installed, posters of the Iranian Resistance leader Massoud Rajavi and the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) Maryam Rajavi in major cities such as Tehran, Isfahan, and Mashhad, with the slogans:
“A strong no to the religious dictatorship, yes to a democratic republic,”
“Down with Khamenei, hail to Rajavi” and “The Iranian people’s vote is regime change.”
hahin Shahr, Kazeroun, Khorramabad, Sari
These activities are largely welcomed by the public and have become a national movement to boycott the elections.