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Iran: Protests targeting corrupt regime’s policies

Protests in Hoveyzeh, southwest Iran
Protests in Hoveyzeh, southwest Iran

Report by PMOI/MEK

 

Iran, July 18, 2018 - Reports from cities across Iran indicate an increasing number of protest rallies as angry demonstrators are seen voicing major dissent and abhorrence regarding corrupt policies of the ruling mullahs’ regime.

A large number of teachers in Tehran, Mazandaran, Eslamabad Gharb, Shairar, Rasht and a number of other cities and provinces, in solidarity with other teachers across the country, are joining the campaign of torching or tearing apart their paychecks to express their abhorrence regarding the fact that authorities are refusing to increase their paychecks and that the mullahs’ regime is literally stealing their money.

 

Teachers' campaign of torching or tearing up their paychecks to express anger against their low payment

 

Teachers' campaign of torching or tearing up their paychecks to express anger against their low payment

 

In Tehran, retired bus drivers were also seen holding a picket line protesting not receiving their retirement pensions for the past four months.

 

Retired bus drivers in Tehran

Retired bus drivers in Tehran

 

On Tuesday night a large number of people in the city of Hoveyzeh in Khuzestan Province of southwest Iran`, including the unemployed youth, rallied outside the city’s governor office, preventing the local MP from leaving the building. The people are criticizing his lack of action to defend their rights.

 

 

Iranian youth and unemployed demonstrate against government's inaction

 

Protesters were heard chanting: “Saedi, you coward; Saedi, you liar”

In another scene in Tehran, the girls of Shin Abad school, who’s bodies suffered serious wounds when their school became the target of a major fire in 2012, were seen gathering outside the office of Iranian regime President Hassan Rouhani in the capital’s Pastur Avenue. They were holding a banner written: “Medical care is our right.”

Their school had a worn-out oil heater that caught fire and left two school-girls killed and 27 others seriously wounded.

 

Shin Abad school girls, who suffered serious wounds six years ago, have yet to receive adequate medical care

Shin Abad school girls, who suffered serious wounds six years ago, have yet to receive adequate medical care

 

Shin Abad girls, who suffered serious burn wounds six years ago, have yet to receive adequate medical care

Shin Abad girls, who suffered serious burn wounds six years ago, have yet to receive adequate medical care

 

 

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