Reported by PMOI/MEK
Iran, June 2019 - On Monday, various Iranian cities witnessed protests against the regime’s refusal to respond to the people’s basic demands. In Tehran, retirees protested outside the regime’s Retirees’ Fund headquarters located on the capital’s Fatemi Avenue.
Moreover, railroad workers in Nooabad, Shazand, and Arak rallied and protested for their paychecks that have been delayed for several months.
Railroad workers in Nooabad, Shazand and Arak rally and Protesting
Workers in Arak, central Iran, are one of several labor communities who are constantly protesting to reclaim their unpaid wages.
In Gachsaran, southwest Iran, workers of the Chashmir Dam held a rally in front of the governor's office protesting not receiving their 12-month delayed wages.
It is worth noting that for almost a year, the dam’s workers are trying to receive their pensions form Sabir and Geotechnical Company. They have only received two months' worth of their due salaries.
In Yazd Province, central Iran, a group of photographers and photography shop owners gathered in front of the regime’s governorate.
Municipality workers of Kout Abdollah, protesting in front of the provincial governorate office, seeking answers to their demands.
Municipality workers of Kout Abdollah, a city in Khuzestan Province, southwest Iran, protested in front of the provincial governorate office, seeking answers to their demands.
Plundered victims of the Caspian, Samen-ol-hojaj and Shandiz’s Gold financial institutes protested not receiving any answers to their demands and a refund for their lost investments. This shows a continuation of two-years of protests against corruption cases of government-backed financial institutions that have stolen billions of dollars' worth of investors’ money.
Plundered victims of the Caspian, Samen-ol-hojaj and Shandiz’s Gold financial institutes are protesting
In Mahshar, southern Iran, more than 100 workers of the “Aircast Shawenbert” protested outside the town hall, demanding their seven-month delayed wages.
Plundered victims of the shadi’s Gold financial institutes are protesting
In Piranshahr, western Iran, and in Rasht, northern Iran, taxi drivers protested for not receiving their wages and the cutoff of a wireless communication program.