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Iran: MP confesses to increasing social hatred of mullahs

Mohammad Reza Sabbaghian, member of Iran’s Majlis (parliament)
Mohammad Reza Sabbaghian, member of Iran’s Majlis (parliament)

Analysis by PMOI/MEK

 

Iran, April 24, 2019A member of Iran’s Majlis (parliament) acknowledged on Monday that people are increasingly frustrated and are literally cursing regime official wherever they appear in public. Describing this phenomenon to other Majlis members during an open-door session, Mohammad Reza Sabbaghian said, “We need a closed-door session to be able to say things we cannot talk about in an open-door session.”

“There are some things that, due to the reactions it could create, cannot be said in public. People are really having problems and wherever they see us, start cursing us and calling us bad names… people are unhappy. They live in poverty while we are paid a few million tomans (referring to the Iranian currency) and we are not happy, let alone the people who get a fraction of this amount!” Sabbaghian added.

Explaining an encounter he had with a woman in a market, he said this woman approached him and said “I have to work 9 hours a day, and sometimes work up to 12 hours per day. But I get no extra pay for the extra hours I work. I’m not insured and there are no contracts, we can be laid off or fired any day. If I work every day of the week, I only get 1.35 million tomans per month (equal to $96.43 per month). I’m a single mother with 4 children and live in 5sq meters house.”

Voicing the concern of the people, Sabbaghian said people who talked to me said we cannot talk in the open and before a camera. If they (referring to the authorities) find out we have complained, we would lose our jobs, Sabbaghian said quoting ordinary people.

 

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