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MEK Iran: Regime is Rife with Corruption and Nepotism

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Many analysts believe that giving money and posts to people close to Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei is part of his strategy to keep his increasingly unstable regime together.

 

For decades, economic corruption has been a global issue. However, when it comes to Iran, the term “corruption” falls short of accurately describing the governing theocracy’s genuine theft of public funds. Religious rule is the exact definition of a kleptocracy, with widespread nepotism and numerous high-profile incidents of embezzlement.

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MEK Iran: Regime’s Interior Minister warns of growing ‘demand for fundamental change

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Regime officials are continually providing warnings about the regime’s catastrophic state and serious dangers.

 

When Ebrahim Raisi was elected president, he vowed to provide remedies to the regime’s various challenges, promising to undertake “change.” However, there has been little indication that he has taken any steps to “manage the crises” or launch genuine “transformation” five months into his mandate. Regime officials, on the other hand, are continually providing warnings about the regime’s catastrophic state and serious dangers.

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MEK Iran: NCRI Gathers European Policymakers to Condemn on Iran’s Genocide, and Nuclear Deceit

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Rajavi. “Why do the governing mullahs incite wars in response to the West’s restraint?” Why have they accelerated their pursuit of a nuclear weapon?

The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) held its newest meeting, “Holding the Mullahs’ Regime Accountable for Genocide, Terrorism, and Nuclear Defiance,” on January 17 in Auvers-Sur-Oise, near Paris. The event featured several famous former European politicians as well as several Iranians residing abroad, with Maryam Rajavi, the NCRI’s President-elect, as the keynote speaker.The keynote speaker was Mrs. Rajavi. “Why do the governing mullahs incite wars in response to the West’s restraint?” Why have they accelerated their pursuit of a nuclear weapon? What is it that makes them so enraged? Why does Khamenei adopt initiatives that appear to be counterproductive to the regime?

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MEK Iran: Baktash Death Underlines the Regime’s Vulnerability

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Mr.Baktash Abtin is the latest victim of the regime’s criminal behavior, which has resulted in the plight of political prisoners.

 

Mr.Baktash Abtin is the latest victim of the regime’s criminal behavior, which has resulted in the plight of political prisoners.Baktash Abtin, a political prisoner who died in captivity on January 8, was the latest victim of the mullahs’ so-called “Chain Murders.” The crimes began in the 1990s and have provoked waves of social unrest as well as international censure of the religious authority. In response, people chanted “death to the oppressors” and “peace be upon Abtin” on the day of Abtin’s funeral in Imamzadeh Abdullah Shahr Rey.

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MEK Iran: Former Syrian Colonel Sentenced to life imprisonment in German court

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A major German court decision has shattered the trend, exposing that “sovereignty” has its limits and that the law can prosecute and bring people to justice outside of their own country.

 

A German court sentenced a former Syrian regime colonel to life in prison on January 13 for his role in the assassination and torture of hundreds of Syrian political opponents. As long as their governments were in power, totalitarian regime offenders were shielded by an unwritten but effective law. However, a major German court decision has shattered the trend, exposing that “sovereignty” has its limits and that the law can prosecute and bring people to justice outside of their own country.

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MEK : Export Continues to Decline Another Sign of Iran’s Crumbling Economy

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Tehran Chamber of Commerce, the total volume of technical and engineering product exports has decreased from $6 billion to $200 million in just a few years.

 

According to Mohammad Khansari, Chairman of the Tehran Chamber of Commerce, the total volume of technical and engineering product exports has decreased from $6 billion to $200 million in just a few years. Such exports replenish the country’s currency reserves and generate a monetary balance in a healthy economy. As a result, states strive to balance their foreign commerce by emphasizing exports over imports. For instance, China is attempting to keep the value of its national currency low in order to enhance its exports, which is a very unusual approach.

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The Internet is still shut down in Iran

MEK Iran: Regime’s Internet Censorship Plan Aggravate Current Economic Crisis

The Internet is still shut down in Iran

MEK: The main intention of the mullahs’ regime is to shut down the internet to suppress the protests.

 

The clerical regime’s parliament is about to enact an internet “protection bill,” according to Iran’s state-run media, drastically restricting the country’s internet and online freedoms. The bill, formally known as the “Cyberspace Users Rights Protection and Regulation of Key Online Services,” will prevent citizens’ access to international services, primarily social media, and allow the regime’s security apparatus to control internet gateways in order to exacerbate dissent suppression.

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MEK: Telethon A Platform that calls for Democracy and Unity in Iran

 

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The Simay-e Azadi, Iran’s independent and free national television, is a critical medium for advocating for Iran’s independence.

Iranians are in one of their most delicate and critical periods in history. They have arrived at a stage where every Iranian, regardless of political ideology or inclination, may contribute to the upcoming shift in the country’s fate and pay his or her portion for a free Iran, which has been devastated by the mullahs for the past four decades. Today, we all have the chance to contribute to Iran’s liberation. The Simay-e Azadi, Iran’s independent and free national television, is a critical medium for advocating for Iran’s independence. We can be the voice of Iran’s voiceless, destitute, and oppressed society by supporting this national channel.

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MEK: Iranians will Continue to Protest as long as Mullahs in Power

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While all of the protests stem from the dismal social and economic conditions, the administration makes futile attempts to link them to manufactured adversaries and well-intentioned foreigners.

Iran’s alarming issues have sparked more protests in recent years, and the regime faces unprecedented societal challenges with each new year. Among these protests, we can mention major social protests and movements such as those by residents of Sistan and Baluchestan Province, or water rights, protests by the people of Khuzestan, or protests by the people of Isfahan, all of which have the same goal of demanding water rights that have been usurped by the regime’s officials and industries working for the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC).

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MEK :Iran’s Mine Workers Exposed to Deathly Working Conditions

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Because environmental impact assessments have never been fully realized, Iranian miners risk their lives every day they go to work.

Mining accidents are uncommon around the world, but under the Iranian dictatorship, rules and safety measures are non-existent. Iran is one of the world’s most important mineral producers, ranking 15th among 15 main mineral-rich countries in 2014, with 68 different minerals, 37 billion tons of proved deposits, and over 57 billion tons of prospective reserves worth $770 billion. Mining’s environmental consequences, as well as metallurgical processing, are known to generate substantial occupational health and safety issues, but the Iranian government is unaware of this. Because environmental impact assessments have never been fully realized, Iranian miners risk their lives every day they go to work.

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