MEK: Iran Protest in many places
According to claims from the Iranian opposition, the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran), there were at least 253 protests in Iran from September 23 to October 7.
Farmers protested for water shortage
Protests by individuals from all walks of life are on the rise as a result of social and economic constraints brought on by Tehran’s corruption and malign activities. There is no relief in sight as the Raisi administration has failed to establish an agenda to solve the interconnected and complicated socio-economic concerns.
Farmers protested in front of a local branch of the Water and Electricity agency in Isfahan (central Iran) on Monday, demanding their right to irrigation. Angry farmers marched and rushed the office despite the presence of anti-riot forces.
Pensioners Asking for their overdue pensions
Farmers in Isfahan have been protesting and demanding their right to water irrigation for the past few years. Following the transfer of its water to other locations,
On Monday, a group of residents in Larestan, Shiraz province, staged a protest outside the city’s Ministry of Roads and Urban Development office. They expressed their dissatisfaction with the state of the Jahrom-Lar-Bandar Abbas changeover road.
Pensioners of the Hafttappeh Sugarcane Factory protested outside the labor office in Shush for the third day in a row, demanding their long-overdue pensions and authorities’ “wrong calculation of the retirees bonuses.”
Pensions in line with price and inflation
Workers from the Semet-co Tabriz Company gathered outside the company manager’s office in Tabriz, in the north-western city, to protest bad management circumstances at the firm. Set-co is a tool and engineering design firm owned by Sipa, Iran’s largest automaker.
Several Machine Sazi Arak workers staged a protest on Sunday, seeking the quick reinstatement of their fired co-workers as well as a wage raise in line with the present economic circumstances.
Retirees in Tabriz staged a demonstration on Sunday, asking that officials increase their long-overdue pensions in line with the current price and inflation rates.
Workers from Kerman Coal Company mines rallied in front of the Kerman Labor Office in southeast Iran on Sunday to protest the mines’ privatization and transfer to Dalahu Company. A group of nurses from Iran’s Social Security Organization staged another protest outside the regime’s Majlis on Sunday (parliament).
(IRGC), has stolen their funds. Hundreds deceived
Despite their challenging working conditions during the COVID-19 outbreak, the dictatorship, according to the protesting nurses, has intensified pressure on them. On Saturday, these nurses staged a demonstration in front of the regime’s Program and Budget Organization and Parliament.
On Sunday, misled Caspian credit institution investors protested in Tehran and Mashad at the same time. Since 2016, the fraudulent Caspian Institution, which is associated with the Revolutionary Guard (IRGC), has defrauded its clients by stealing their funds. Hundreds of deceived investors who have lost their life investments have protested in recent years.
Lack of economic security, increasing
Contract teachers working in impoverished districts of Iran’s East Azerbaijan province staged a demonstration on Saturday, demanding their fourteen-month-late wages.
Despite having to work despite the large spread of coronavirus and poor weather conditions, these teachers have not received their salary in nearly a year and a half. The remuneration of these teachers is approximately 3 million tomans, whereas the official poverty threshold is approximately ten million tomans.
“Lack of economic security, increasing financial problems, the severe decline in people’s livelihoods, growing inequalities, discrimination, and the people’s distrust of officials with their consequences, growth and expansion lead in the long run to the system’s collapse,” the state-run daily Jahan-e Sanat warned on November 9 as protests grew and intensified across Iran.
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