NCRi - Javad Karimi-Ghodousi, Iranian regime’s MP close to Khamenei’s faction, confessed during a clash of the rival factions that “traffickers have influence not only in customs’ administration, but in the parliament and other entities, while the president does not believe in combating smuggling and is doing too little in this regard”, according to state-run bultannews website on Friday March 24.
Leaders from 68 countries gathered in Washington for a meeting of the Global Coalition to Counter Daesh (ISIL) hosted by President Trump’s administration this past week.
Saudi Arabia welcomes the new administration’s attention to the Middle East and its support for America’s friends who are fighting back against transnational terrorists such as Daesh and pushing back against Iranian interference in countries such as Yemen. Wrote Mohammad Asseri in FoxNews.com on March 26,2017 and the article continues as follows:
NCRI - The rate of unemployment will not reduce since a large number of young graduates are entering the job market. The Minister of Cooperatives, Labor and Social Welfare, Ali Rabiei stipulated.
On March 21st , IRIB News released a report quoting Ali Rabiei that unemployment rate will remain at the current level if the creation of jobs continues similarly in the next four or five years.
NCRI - The mullah presiding over Friday prayers in Tehran referred to the Iranian regime’s domestic and international isolation, and the threat of uprisings erupting similar to those of 2009 due to the rifts caused amongst the regime’s factions because of the presidential elections.
NCRI - Iran’s Minister of Road and Construction Abbas Akhoondi, admitted to the regime’s failing, in resolving the country’s economic dilemmas, and how the cabinet of Hassan Rouhani is completely incapable.
There are three main factors crippling Iran’s economy.
The need for referring the atrocities of the clerical regime to UN Security Council
On Friday March 24, 2017, the UN Human Rights Council adopted a resolution extending the mandate of the UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Iran for one more year. The resolution was adopted while the religious fascism ruling Iran and some of the major violators of human rights in every possible way tried to prevent the adoption of this resolution.
The United States has imposed sanctions on 30 foreign companies or individuals for transferring sensitive technology to Iran for its missile program or for violating export controls on Iran, North Korea and Syria, the State Department said on Friday.
Eleven companies or individuals from China, North Korea or the United Arab Emirates were sanctioned for technology transfers that could boost Tehran's ballistic missile program, the State Department said in a statement.
NCRI - According to lawyer of Bafgh Iron Ore strikers, flogging sentence for one of them has been confirmed.
In an interview with state-run ILNA news agency, Mohammad-ali Jedari-foroughi, lawyer of Mohammad-Hassan Tashakori and a number of other Bafgh Iron Ore workers, announced that Tashakori’s sentence, tried and sentenced to flogging for complicity in disrupting order, was changed on appeal, but his suspended flogging sentence was confirmed.
While congratulating all of Iran’s hardworking laborers, the Labor Commission of the National Council of Resistance of Iran described the minimum wage announced by the mullahs’ regime in Iran for the new Iranian calendar year as cruel and unacceptable. The NCRI Labor Commission went on to call on all Iranian workers to take a stand against this regime’s discrimination and repressive measures against workers’ interests. An end to this regime’s plundering, poverty, unemployment and deprivation, and the establishment of freedom and a popular government will only be possible after this regime is overthrown.
A senior fellow at the American Foreign Policy Council has said that the threats from an already dangerous Iran are multiplying and will continue regardless of the outcome of the forthcoming election there.
Writing for US News, Lawrence Haas outlined the new threats: continued cheating on the nuclear deal negotiated with the West in 2015; expansion of Iranian naval activities in the Gulf; conventional arms and missile proliferation; and increased arms supply to proxies in Yemen and Lebanon.