Iran currency,Iran Economy,Iran human rights,Iran Uprising,Maryam Rajavi,Regime Change
Iranian regime’s alarm bells ring as economic woes deepen
According to reports, the economic crisis is expected to deepen this year, with little hope for positive change. The worsening economic situation is predicted to be a major contributing factor to potential social unrest, with 80% of the population already living on the brink of poverty. Last year, Iran faced multiple challenges, including an average inflation rate of over 40%, the suspension of negotiations to revive the nuclear deal, months of nationwide protests, a sharp decline in the value of the rial, and mounting tensions with Europe. These factors compounded to exacerbate the existing economic crisis in the country.