Several key European politicians and ex-politicians took part in a Nordic online conference.
A unique 2-hour online conference attended by Iranians living in Nordic communities took place on 11th April. Several key European politicians and ex-politicians also took part, expressing their solidarity with the Iranian people and their dismay and horror at the regime’s continual downplaying of the effects of the coronavirus in that country.
Mismanagement on coronavirus crisis by the Iranian regime has affected both Iran and the world.
It is a long time now since the coronavirus first reared its ugly head in Wuhan, China. Fortunately for its inhabitants, authorities were quick to see what they could do if decisive action wasn’t taken as soon as possible. It wasn’t just their quick thinking but as the situation unfolded other countries could see what was happening, so they too took measures to keep the virus out.
In Search of Justice’ (ISJ): Nurses, doctors, and other medical workers need significant assistance from the international community.
The International Committee ‘In Search of Justice’ (ISJ), a non-profit organization based in Brussels, wrote to the United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres to express its grave concern regarding the Iranian regime’s grave mismanagement of the Coronavirus crisis in Iran.
Khamenei deceives the world on coronavirus outbreak in Iran
Since the very beginning of the Coronavirus outbreak in Iran, the Iranian regime has deceived the people of Iran on all related issues. It started with the denial that any cases of Coronavirus had been detected in the country. It lied and hid the reality because it did not want to affect the attendance numbers for two major events – the pro-regime anniversary celebrations of the Islamic Revolution and the sham Parliamentary elections.
Countries across the world acknowledged that the virus has spread the whole way across the world and that the World Health Organization (WHO) has expressed deep concern about the situation.
Members of the Romanian Parliamentarian Committee for Free Iran and Romanian lawmakers have released a statement in which they expressed their concern regarding the Coronavirus outbreak in Iran. They also expressed their solidarity with the people of Iran and the victims. In their statement, they also condemned the negligent Iranian regime for failing to take measures to protect the people of Iran during this health crisis.
Increasing skepticism over official reporting of COVID-19 statistics to the World Health Organization (WHO) has led to a crisis of confidence that threatens the regime’s stability.
The death toll from the deadly coronavirus in Iran climbed to 8,200 this week, and growing social unrest has left regime officials concerned about another nationwide uprising. Increasing skepticism over official reporting of COVID-19 statistics to the World Health Organization (WHO) has led to a crisis of confidence that threatens the regime’s stability. As a result, regime officials have taken a series of steps to mitigate the damage.
Iranian regime covers up the real figures of victims on coronavirus
On Thursday, March 20, Kianush Jahanpur, spokesperson for the regime’s Health Ministry, warned Iranians of the risks of visiting friends and family during Nowruz, the Persian New Year. “A person dies of the consequences of being infected with coronavirus every ten minutes in Iran. Around 50 people in Iran are infected with COVID-19 each hour,” he said.
Iranian regime imposes martial law under the pretext of coronavirus
The Iranian regime has unofficially imposed martial law across the country as public outrage mounts over the government’s cover-up of the coronavirus outbreak in Qom and its subsequent failure to take appropriate measures to contain the deadly virus.
Death tool on coronavirus in Iran rises up to 4900
It has been announced by the main opposition to the Iranian regime, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran), that more than 4,900 people have died in Iran as a result of the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak. The virus has spread across 182 cities in the country.
The Iranian regime has shown itself to be utterly incompetent repeatedly over the past few years. It cannot run the country efficiently because of its destructive policies, widespread corruption, and greed. The coronavirus outbreak in Iran is another area in which the regime is proving its incompetence.