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MEK Iran: Surge of Protests from Various Classes of work

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(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran): Teachers protested in front of the education ministry and government offices in Tehran and several other cities around Iran.

 

The weekly trend of protests in Iran is continuing, with a variety of protests taking place across the country on Tuesday by various communities demanding their rights, wages, and access to water, as well as directing their anger at the Iranian government.

Workers protest outside their offices to get their rights

Workers at Chenareh, a mineral firm situated in Andimeshk, held a protest march in front of the company’s offices for the third day in a row. Workers from Ahan Ajin, Zohal, No-avaran, and Mobin, who works at Songoon’s copper complex, also demonstrated outside their offices to demand their rights.

The demonstrators are angry about the firing of dozens of their coworkers. Workers are also protesting workplace discrimination, confusing contracts, and the regime’s failure to implement laws to raise their wages.

 

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(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Workers are also protesting workplace discrimination, confusing contracts, and the regime’s failure to implement laws to raise their wages.

 

Khuzestan province to protest severe water shortages

A big number of farmers from Ramshir staged a protest in Khuzestan province to protest severe water shortages in the region and the Iranian government’s refusal to unlock the area’s dams so they could obtain water for their seasonal farming. This demonstration comes after Isfahan was rocked by weeks of ferocious protests. The size of the protests prompted the regime to aggressively crush the rallies in order to keep protesters under control. Anti-riot forces used tear gas and batons to disperse the masses.

 

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(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Many remote villages have poor drinking water and living conditions, and they struggle with even the most basic issues.

 

Car factories staff protest to express their dissatisfaction

Customers of Azerbaijan Sanat Khodro (Azvico), a car manufacturing firm tied to the Iranian government, held their 49th protest demonstration on Tuesday to express their dissatisfaction with the corporation. Azvico is said to have stolen millions of dollars from 5,000 clients who had pre-ordered the MG360, the company’s newest car model. Around 6,400 automobiles had been pre-sold, but no cars had been delivered a year after the deadline.

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(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran): Customers of Azerbaijan Sanat Khodro (Azvico), a car manufacturing firm tied to the Iranian government, held their 49th protest demonstration on Tuesday to express their dissatisfaction with the corporation.

Customers demanding their own money back

Customers protested and vented their rage in front of the Central Bank in Tehran. is only one of many financial firms related to the dictatorship that has been implicated in large-scale embezzlement schemes, with billions of dollars in funds taken over the years. The looted people by government-owned institutions have taken it to the streets again. The Caspian credit firm looted customers to hold a picket line demanding their money back from Caspian. company.

Customers of these institutions have been protesting for years, demanding that their funds be returned, but the regime has yet to take concrete steps to accommodate their demands.

 

Protesters demand their money back from the IRGC related credit company.

(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran): The looted people by government-owned institutions have taken it to the streets again. The Caspian credit firm looted customers to hold a picket line demanding their money back from Caspian. company.

 

 

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