Corruption and incompetence of the mullahs' regime

MEK Iran: Corruption Major Problem

Corruption and incompetence of the mullahs' regime

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Corruption and incompetence of the mullahs’ regime in Iran.

 

Corruption is rampant in Iran’s economy. People are suffering as a result of the regime’s corruption and misguided economic policies, according to The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), and the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran), analyses. The situation has deteriorated to the point that Iran’s state media and regime leaders recognize that they are a part of the problem.

Iran’s rising inflation rate has become a regular

On September 19, the state-run Mardom Salarie newspaper reported, “Iran’s rising inflation rate has become a regular economic indicator with a devastating effect on the country’s economy, primarily on the lives of Iranian families.”

“Families’ income does not cover all of their needs. As inflation has increased, some people have gotten poorer while others have become wealthier, widening the class difference and increasing unhappiness with the economic and social situation,” Mardom Salarie added.

 

High inflation in Iran

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): High inflation in the mullahs’ regime leads to a deep crisis.

 

The country’s poverty threshold

“Nearly 25 million families live in Iran,” Mardom Salarie confessed. According to economists, around 40% of them are paid less than the Ministry of Labor’s allowed minimum wage, and others are paid even less.

According to a recent figure released by the Central Bank, the country’s poverty threshold has risen to over 10 million Tomans, while the official income barely exceeds 5 million Tomans.”

 

poverty in Iran

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Consequences of Mullahs’ rule: Poverty and misery

 

The [regime’s] laws generate corruption

The economic situation in Iran has been studied by a number of specialists. The regime and its defenders try to blame the present economic downturn in Iran on sanctions. Some officials and state media, on the other hand, admit the regime’s participation in causing and exacerbating these problems.

According to the state-run Royedade 24, MP Hassan Lotfi stated on September 19 that “the [regime’s] laws generate corruption, and if the current trend continues, we will lose 80 percent of our political legitimacy.”

 

People queuing up to get bread ration.

(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran): The people queue up to buy bread, while the government raises the price of bread. Bread has become the main food for a large portion of the society in Iran, as a result of poverty due to government corruption and dedicating the nation’s resources to fund terrorism and the development of nuclear weapons.

 

The lack of transparency is the root of economic corruption

“The lack of transparency is the root of economic corruption. Now, I’d like to know which government materials are open to the public. Which information system is available to the media? How can people find out how much we earn in the legislature? Where are officials’ tycoons’ assets invested, and where did these assets come from?” Lotfi smiled and nodded. Aside from corruption, another factor that has contributed to rising prices is increased liquidity.

In this regard, Mardom Salarie said, “One of the main reasons for inflation is the growing budget deficit and the government’s inability to resolve this issue.” To make up for its fiscal deficit, the administration began manufacturing banknotes, which increased Iran’s liquidity. Iran’s inflation rate quickly soared and continues to rise since its output rate lagged behind its liquidity expansion.

 

Corruption

(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran): Corruption is a Daily Occurrence in Iran’s Parliament.

 

Iran’s inflation rate has reached more than 45%

Iran’s inflation rate has reached “more than 45 percent this August,” according to Mardom Salary. With the present budget deficit and Tehran’s incapacity to increase commerce, this is an unprecedented level that is expected to approach 60%.”

“In this situation, the government should either control inflation or prevent the increase of prices by subsidizing the consumer or increase the salaries so that the people can cover their expenses. But while the government is facing a budget deficit and has its hand in people’s pockets.” Mardom Salarie wrote, “It’s unlikely that this will happen.”

 

Inflation in Iran

(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran): Despite the Iranian regime’s propaganda economy is in a dire situation.

 

The families’ situation will deteriorate

“As a result, it appears that the families’ situation will deteriorate in the coming weeks and months, resulting in more goods and services being removed from people’s tables,” Mardom Salarie says.

After years of corruption and violence, the regime has long lost its political credibility, as MP Lotfi recognized. As a result, public outrage and protests against the regime are on the rise.

On September 14, the state-run Eghtesad-e Pouya cautioned, “We must acknowledge that the country’s economic situation is worse than can be imagined, and its dangerous and harmful social, political, and moral effects and consequences should not be overlooked.”

 

Women Peddlers

(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran): Women Peddlers, it appears that the families’ situation will deteriorate in the coming weeks and months, resulting in more goods and services being removed from people’s tables,” Mardom Salarie says.

 

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