Protests in Iran

MEK Iran

MEK Iran informs on their news website that social and workers' protests continue in various regions of Iran in response to the looting policy of the religious dictatorship.

1- The gathering of Haft Tappeh's sugar cane workers entered its 28th day this Sunday, July 12. According to MEK Iran sources, on Friday, they gathered outside the office of the governor of Suze, stressing the need to remain united and continued to protest until their demands were met.

2- Thursday, July 9, employees of the laboratory at Al-Zahra Racht Hospital gathered to claim their wages that have not been paid for 7 months.

3- Friday, July 10, for the second day in a row, the farmers of Hoveyzeh protested against the cut of agricultural water. MEK Iran indicates on their website that, for a month now, they have been witnessing the desertification of their fields caused by this water cut.

4- Wednesday, July 8, farmers affected by the floods in Sistan-Balochistan, which caused serious damage in December and January, gathered in Zahedan to claim their compensation still not paid.

5- Thursday, July 9, a group of municipal workers from Mehriz protested outside the town hall to demand two months of unpaid wages.

6- Wednesday, July 8, the opposition organisation, MEK Iran informs that, workers at the Fassa sugar refinery protested in the factory yard to demand 6 months of unpaid wages.

7- Wednesday, 8 July, for their umpteenth consecutive day, the Tehran van drivers protested in front of the building of the Union of Urban Transport of Goods and Passengers of Tehran to demand the expected payment of compensation due to the epidemic of Covid-19.

8- In Darab, on July 10, people gathered to protest against the economic and social crisis. They chanted: "Rohani resignation! "

9- Tuesday, July 7, a group of municipal employees from the city of Saravan, protested outside the town hall to demand their unpaid wages.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)

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