Iran's 2019 Budget Displays the Country's Economic Crisis

Iran's 2019 Budget Displays the Country's Economic Crisis

Atousa Pilger 14 January 2019

By Atousa Pilger

The Iranian government proposes a budget bill to the country’s parliament (Majlis) at the end of every year. Once the bill passes, a clerical body must also approve the legislation. Then, Iran’s Central Bank presents monetary and credit policies that correspond to the budget.

Illegal Banks Defraud the Iranian People out of Hundreds of Millions of Dollars

Illegal Banks Defraud the Iranian People out of Hundreds of Millions of Dollars

Editor 09 January 2019

by Staff writer, SF

Iran, a country in the throes of an economic crisis, must now set aside $800 million of its budget for the coming year to deal with the problems cause by unlicensed credit institutions. This outlay follows last summer’s $300 million appropriation to shore up unlicensed credit institutions.

Iran: The Protests Continue After a Year

Iran: The Protests Continue After a Year

Armin Baldwin 07 January 2019

By Armin Baldwin

It has been a year since the mass protests erupted in Iran, shaking the regime to its core and showing the world that the situation in the country is critical.

The country’s leadership is probably very relieved that it is still standing after the events of the past 12 months. Its relief is palpable as Iranian officials are speaking out in celebration but they have been warned by the Supreme Leader that they should be a little more cautious.

Protests in Iran Will Bring the End of Regime

Protests in Iran Will Bring the End of Regime

Saeed 03 January 2019

By Saeed

At the end of 2017, thousands of anti-regime protesters came out onto the streets of Iran to demand regime change and denounce Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, and attracted the attention of the world.

Iran: Regime Elites Fear Overthrow

Iran: Regime Elites Fear Overthrow

Editor 03 January 2019

by Staff writer, SF

The so-called prince of Iran, grandson of Iranian Regime Founder Ruhollah Khomeini, has warned that the Regime is on the brink of collapse.

Hassan Khomeini, whose name has been mentioned as a possible candidate for the next Supreme Leader, said that if the Regime failed to address the problems of the people, specifically with regards to human rights and economic pressure, then the Regime would fall.

US Sanctions Against Iran Effects Regime's Rug Industry

US Sanctions Against Iran Effects Regime's Rug Industry

Editor 24 December 2018

As the Trump administration works to unravel Iran's 2015 nuclear deal with word powers, the producers of the country's famed Persian carpets fear they will lose vital markets, it is noteworthy that the rug business is also mainly being controlled by the Iran regime’s revolutionary guards (IRGC).

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