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Protests continues in various Iranian cities

Reported by PMOI/MEK

 

Iran, July 23, 2019 - On Monday, protests were reported in various Iranian cities, including Tehran, Shiraz, Assaluyeh, Chabahr, Gachsaran, and Ahvaz. The protests continue to target the corrupt and destructive policies of the regime and its lack of response to the demands of the people.

 

Protests by farming supervisors in Tehran

A group of farming supervisors from various provinces gathered in Tehran and held a protest rally in front of the Ministry of Agriculture. The protesters said, "We have been working for the ministry since 2004 and each of us have years of experience. But unfortunately, there's no law to officially hire us as employees of the Ministry of Agriculture. These conditions are very hard for us."

 

Protests by retirees of long-distance communications company

 

Shiraz Long Distance Communications Company retirees rally in Shiraz, southcentral Iran – July 22, 2019

Shiraz Long Distance Communications Company retirees rally in Shiraz, south-central Iran – July 22, 2019

 

A group of retired workers of the Shiraz Long-distance Communications Company gathered in front of the Industries Ministry in Tehran in protest to not receiving their salaries and pension funds. In the past year, retirees across Iran have been protesting to their deteriorating living conditions, especially as the government refuses to adjust their pensions based on the inflation rate and fluctuations to the price of the rial, Iran's national currency.

 

Clients of the Caspian credit firm rallying in Tehran – July 22, 2019

Clients of the Caspian credit firm rallying in Tehran – July 22, 2019

 

Protest by employees of Saham-e Edalat Company

A group of employees from Saham-e Edalat company held a demonstration in front of the Majlis (parliament) and protested to lack of job security. The protesters said they will continue their demonstrations as long as their problems remain unsolved.

 

Assaluyeh: Protests by employees of the Special Region Organization and Pars Energy

 

Employees of the Pars Special Economic District and Energy Organization hold a rally for the second consecutive day – Assaluyeh, southern Iran – July 21, 2019

Employees of the Pars Special Economic District and Energy Organization hold a rally for the second consecutive day – Assaluyeh, southern Iran – July 21, 2019

 

The workers of Special Economic Region Organization and Pars Energy in Assaluyeh held the second day of their demonstrations in protest to their working conditions and the policies of the regime in this institution.

The protesters say the regime's plans have caused their families to break apart. "Why aren't you informing the public about the real index of pollution and social damages?" the protesters' banners read.

 

Protests by the workers of Gachsaran Oil University

The workers of the Oil and Gas University of Gachsaran gathered in front of the governor's office and protested to having been forced into one month of unpaid leave.

 

Chabahar: protests to the regime's prosecutor

 

 

People rallying and protesting the local prosecutor’s support for regime-backed individuals – Chabahar, southeast Iran – July 22, 2019

People rallying and protesting the local prosecutor’s support for regime-backed individuals – Chabahar, southeast Iran – July 22, 2019

 

On Monday, the people of the regions of Komb, Domdap and Shenam in Chabahar, Sistan and Baluchistan province, gathered in front of the regime's court and protested to the prosecutor's support for regime-backed individuals who are seizing their lands.

 

Protests by workers of health centers in Khuzestan

A group of workers of health centers in the cities of Khuzestan province, especially Ahvaz, Ramhormoz and Mahshahr, protested to low wages and unpaid wages. The protesters gathered in front of the Medical Sciences University in Ahvaz and demanded attention to their working conditions.

During this protest, the police tried to attack the protesters but were driven back when they faced the outrage of the protesters.

 

 

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