Regime Change in Iran

MEK: Iranians Will is Regime Change

Regime Change in Iran

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Many Iranians followed the MEK when it called for a regime change.


According to the analysis by The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), and the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran), The words “hardliner” and “reformist” refer to two factions inside the religious dictatorship, but recent demonstrations have highlighted how misleading those labels are.

Power-sharing arrangement

The system is a four-decade power-sharing arrangement between two sets of officials with fundamentally similar ideological beliefs. To the degree that “hardliners” and “reformists” pursue distinct policies, it is just a matter of different tactical approaches to the same long-term aims, namely, preserving the system and gaining a larger share of power.

Ebrahim Raisi was already the supreme Leader’s favorite candidate, even before the presidential contest began. Following the vetting process, which saw the Guardian Council rule out every major “reformist” candidate as well as hardliners like former Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani, whose national profile could have influenced the vote even among Khamenei’s most loyal supporters.


(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): the clerical regime is ruled by the principle of “Velayat-e-Faqih,” or absolute clerical rule, which grants absolute “political, economic, and military power” to a male Supreme Leader.


Khamenei tighten his grip to power

Figures like Larijani would have been completely acceptable to the Guardian Council in any prior election. However, by the time candidate registration for Friday’s election began, Khamenei had made it clear that he wanted to tighten his grip on the process and centralize power among those who were not only loyal but could also be counted on to act as direct agents of his will.


The Iranian regime facing deadly crisis

(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran): The deepening crisis in Iran and the lack of capabilities to deal with the social and economical crisis.


Lowest-ever voter participation

Last year’s parliamentary election saw the Iranian regime’s lowest-ever voter participation, and the mass boycott of the presidential poll on Friday appears to have exceeded that record.

This widespread rejection of the political system is noteworthy, but it is made even more so by the fact that it is linked to explicit calls for a regime overthrown.


Iran election boycotted

(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran): Khamenei, Rouhani, Zarif, and Iranian top officials are in a desperate situation after boycotting their election by Iranians.


MEK propagated the electoral boycott

From early April until the morning of the election, MEK-affiliated “Resistance Units” propagated the electoral boycott in similar terms, and innumerable protests by ordinary citizens echoed that message with slogans saying that people “will not vote anymore” as long as the current system is in place.

The electoral boycott’s apparent success puts the Iranian regime and the Iranian people on a war footing with more civil unrest.


Resistance Units and MEK supporters

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Activities of Resistance Units and MEK supporters in the second week of June – Call for boycott of the sham elections.


The only vote is to overthrow this medieval regime

“The boycott proved and showed the world that the Iranian people’s only vote is to overthrow this medieval regime. The nationwide boycott is the groundswell of the martyrs’ sacrifices and is a reflection of the Iranian people’s great campaign for justice.” In a statement, NCRI President-elect Maryam Rajavi remarked.

The fact that the current turmoil in Iran has persisted proves that the Iranian people will continue to fight to overthrow a tyranny ruled by mass murderers. “There is no longer any justification for the international community to engage or appease a regime whose president is one of the worst criminals against humanity in modern times,” Mrs. Rajavi added.


(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran): There is no longer any justification for the international community to engage or appease a regime whose president is one of the worst criminals against humanity in modern history.


Dictatorship is in a downward spiral

“The religious dictatorship is in a downward spiral and must be swept aside. Emerging out of this sham election will be a regime that is more disgraced, vulnerable, and fragile. It is bound to perpetuate greater crimes with the henchman of the 1988 massacre (Ebrahim Raisi). However, it will certainly be overthrown by the Iranian people’s uprising and the Army of Freedom. Freedom and a democratic republic are the Iranian people’s inalienable rights.” Mrs. Rajavi continued.

The international community must coalesce in support of the Iranian people in their desire for the regime’s overthrow and the establishment of a democratic republic.


Women Leaders

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Women Leaders in the November 2019 Uprisings.


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