Reported by PMOI/MEK
Iran, June 19, 2018 - Once again cities from across Iran are reporting a variety of protests today with people making their voices heard and demanding authorities take action based on their demands.
In Rasht, northern Iran, Caspian credit firm clients rallied outside a branch of this company – linked to the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) – demanding their savings returned.
In Mashhad, Caspian credit firm clients rallied outside the city’s main branch for the second consecutive day demanding their savings returned.
Retired teachers in Tehran responded to a previous call, rallying outside the regime’s Budget and Planning Organization. Gathering from different cities in the country’s capital, they were heard shouting:
“Teachers are aware, we hate discrimination”
“Teachers will die, yet we won’t accept humiliation”
Employees of the “Sahame Edalat” trading company, representing 1,500 employees from across Iran, travelled to Tehran and held a rally demanding their overdue paychecks. They haven’t received their wages for the past 39 months and are protesting lack of job security. These protesting employees, in Tehran with their families, spent the night in the streets under harsh conditions.
Students of Tehran University’s Social School
One protesting employee told the regime’s state-run ILNA news agency, “Despite the fact that we had a very difficult night in Tehran, we are willing to continue our gathering if our demands go unanswered.”
Students of Tehran University’s Social School held a gathering and refused to participate in their exams, protesting the detention of their classmates during the Dec/Jan uprising.
Truck drivers in the cities of Ahvaz and Shush of Khuzestan Province in southwest Iran continued their strike and protests on Tuesday, demanding wage increases.
In Rafsanjan, central Iran, employees of the local diamond factory held a protest rally demanding overdue paychecks. They haven’t been paid for the past four months.
Apartment buyers in Tehran reserving in the Sepidar 2 & 3 areas rallied outside the capital’s city council, protesting why the apartments they were promised in 2012 have yet to be provided for. These individuals are saying the construction company involved is warning them to pay even more money or else they will not be provided with apartments.
Tehran - Local bus company drivers of Sepidar Housing Project Unit chant "workers are aware and detest corruption" - June 19th