protests across the country continued in July.
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Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)
Iran, Shush: Haft Tappeh Sugarcane Co. Workers continue their strike and protests


In response to the inhuman policies of the ruling theocracy in Iran, including the plunder of the nation’s wealth, the workers and laborers protests across the country continued in July.

Corruption in the Mullahs’ Regime Ruling Iran – Part 7
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Staff Writer

Iranian regime’s judiciary is deep in a black hole of corruption
Judiciary is deep in a black hole of corruption
Introduction

To better understand the Iranian regime’s institutionalized corruption, it is necessary to refer to the regime’s Judiciary. Although it is not possible to shed light on all aspects of this corrupt institution, we can identify and understand parts of this organized corruption by going through reports and news published in this regard over the last few years.

Hossein-Nejat
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Mohammad Sadat Khansari
Brigadier General Hossein Nejat as his deputy and acting commander of the IRGC’s Sarallah Base in Tehran
Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) commander Hossein Salami appointed Brigadier General Hossein Nejat as his deputy and acting commander of the IRGC’s Sarallah Base in Tehran, which is tasked with confronting possible uprisings. This move shows the regime’s utmost fear of the restive Iranian society and another possible uprising.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)
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Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)
All evidence suggests that the fugitive cleric and former Iranian judiciary official and judge, Gholamreza Mansouri, who was under arrest and investigation in Romania, has been assassinated by the Iranian regime’s intelligence services using their signature methods.

Akbar Tabari and regime’s former Judiciary chief Sadeq Larijani
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Mahmoud Hakamian
Akbar Tabari and regime’s former Judiciary chief Sadeq Larijani
Iranian state media outlets are filled with reports of the trial of the Judiciary’s former executive director, Akbar Tabari-Pour. Despite the regime’s efforts to portray that corruption in Iran is limited to one or several individuals, it confirms the regime’s institutionalized corruption.

Iran Regime’s VP: “Sharp Drop in Oil Revenue.” What Does This Mean for the Mullahs?
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Mahmoud Hakamian
Iran: Sharp drop in oil revenue
Eshagh Jahangiri, the Iranian regime’s vice president, acknowledged that there has been a sharp drop in the regime’s oil revenues due to United States sanctions, with the revenue at around $8 billion last year.

As Iran’s Regime Faces Economic Bankruptcy, the IRGC Mafia Is Ready to Devour the Automotive Industry
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Sedighe Shahrokhi
As Iran’s Regime Faces Economic Bankruptcy, the IRGC Mafia Is Ready to Devour the Automotive Industry
The IRGC is like an octopus whereby each leg is plundering and swallowing the assets of the Iranian people in every field
The terrorist mafia of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corp (IRGC) is like an octopus whereby each leg is plundering and swallowing the assets of the Iranian people in every field.

 Majlis Research Center: Iran’s Economy in Freefall and Reaching Destruction
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Sedighe Shahrokhi
Majlis Research Center: Iran’s Economy in Freefall and Reaching Destruction
Economic Crisis in Iran
The Iranian regime’s economy is in a freefall and reaching the point of complete destruction.

https://www.ncr-iran.org/en/ncri-statements/statement-human-rights/iran-coronavirus-death-toll-in-325-cities-is-more-than-49500/
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Amir Taghati
Iran: Counselor to Mullahs’ Chief Justice, Ali Bagheri Kani
The mullahs’ regime has put aside the policy of keeping silent about the Iranian Resistance and is charging full speed against the main democratic opposition People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI, Mujahedin-e Khalq or MEK).

Qalibaf and Raisi
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Shahriar Kia
Qalibaf and Raisi
The Iranian regime’s parliament appointed its new speaker on Thursday, and it proved to be a latest in a series of move of the regime’s policy of contraction over the government. There were three candidates for the position by the time lawmakers cast their votes, but the outcome was effectively predetermined. Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf received 230 of the 267 votes.