Reporting by PMOI/MEK
Iran, August 25, 2020—Qazvin Counter Factory workers blocked the path of Mohammad Bagher Nobakht, head of the regime’s Budget and Planning Organization, visiting the city of Qazvin in northwest Iran under the pretext of “Government Week” on Monday, August 24. These workers, protesting with their families by their sides, were demanding their delayed paychecks.
Workers of the Qazvin Counter Manufacturing Plant voicing their demands to Mohammad Bagher Nobakht, head of the regime’s Budget and Planning Organization—August 24, 2020
Workers of the Qazvin Counter Manufacturing Plant holding a protest rally seeking delayed paychecks and protesting their limbo employment status —August 24, 2020
Also on Monday, another group of Qazvin Counter Factory workers gathered in front of the Qazvin governorate building demanding their delayed paychecks and protesting their limbo employment status.
Gas refinery workers protesting in Behbahan, southwest Iran—August 24, 2020
Protest rally by expelled workers of Bidboland MAPNA refinery
Twenty-seven of the workers expelled from the Bid Boland 2 Mapna refinery (MAPNA Khuzestan Power Generation Company) held a protest rally on Monday outside the governor's office in the city of Behbahan, southwest Iran.
On Sunday, a group of workers and their families gathered in front of the governor's office in the town of Pakdasht, located east of Tehran.
“We will continue our protest every day at 6 pm until our demands are met,” the workers emphasized.
Protest by workers of Pakdasht