Iran Protests; End of Illusion of Regime Stability

Azita Carlson 20 November 2019

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By Azita Carlson

Iran is at a historic juncture. Two years have passed since Hassan Rouhani’s Second term as President and the Iranian community is mired in unresolved crises. Increased dissatisfaction with the regime’s inadequacy to provide daily needs, inflation, unemployment, high volumes of liquidity, structural corruption, devaluation of the national currency, and the plundering of billions of dollars of oil sales have created major social-economic problems.