Iran: More suppressive measure in the run up to May Day celebrations

Today, the Deputy Interior Minister for Political and Security Affairs, Brig. Gen. Mohammad Baqer Zolqader warned workers, students, teachers, and youths against participating in May Day celebrations.  His comments come at the time when workers and teachers with the support from the rest of Iranian people are preparing for a major turnout tomorrow.

Iran: IRGC and the MOIS organize protest outside the British embassy

NCRI - Yesterday's demonstration outside the British embassy was organized by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and the Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS), according to information received form the Iranian Resistance sources in Iran. The so-called students were all members of paramilitary Bassij Force and taken there by bus.

700,000 teachers under poverty line in Iran

NCRI - Yesterday, more than 1,000 teachers protested against the suppressive policies of mullahs' regime and their miserable living conditions before the regime's Majlis.

 They chanted slogans such as "Shame on you who claim to have stand for equality," "People have never seen a Majlis as ineffective as this one", and "Schools shutdown is our reply to Majlis's incompetence." On January 25, 2007, a similar demonstration took place in the same location.

Iranians boycott sham Assembly of Experts elections

NCRI - Despite frantic attempts by the mullahs' regime to have people vote in the Assembly of Experts elections, all indications show that people have completely ignored the sham elections and responded positively to the call by the Iranian Resistance's  President-elect Mrs. Maryam Rajavi to boycott it.

Yesterday, the mullahs' Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, who has become furious at the people's decision to boycott the elections, said, "The enemies of the Iranian people are as usual trying to discourage people from turning out at the ballot boxes... Those who claim to support democracy and popular rule are trying to decrease voter turnout ... so that they can accuse the Islamic Republic of Iran. Now, it is the people's turn to perfect this process by their presence and determination at the polling stations."

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Widespread boycott of sham Assembly of Experts elections across Iran

NCRI - Reports received from polling stations in Tehran and various other cities indicate that the Iranian people have overwhelmingly boycotted the sham Assembly of Experts elections.

In most polling stations in various populous districts of Tehran, such as Amir-Abad, Kargar, Nirou Havaii, Afsarieh, Pirouzi, Ekbatan, Mohammadi and Rah-Ahan streets, the number of voters until noon rarely grew to more than 20 people.

Widespread boycott of sham Assembly of Experts elections across Iran

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NCRI - Reports received from polling stations in Tehran and various other cities indicate that the Iranian people have overwhelmingly boycotted the sham Assembly of Experts elections.

In most polling stations in various populous districts of Tehran, such as Nezam-Mafi Mosque, Kashani Street, Imam Jafar-al-Sadeq Mosque, first and second squares in Arya-Shahr, Rassul-e Akram Mosque, Jamaran Street, Imam Reza Mosque and many other places, there were less than a handful of voters.

Maryam Rajavi: the nation's boycott is an indication of the Iranian people's resolve for change

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Maryam Rajavi: the Iranian nation's boycott of the sham elections is an indication of the Iranian people's resolve for change

The Iranian people are able to bring change in Iran and rid the world from the major threat of the century

The Iranian Resistance's President-elect, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi called the Iranian nation's boycott of the sham elections of the Assembly of Experts a display of a national unity and Iranian people's resolve to replace the religious fascism ruling the country with a national unity government.

Iran news in brief

Maryam Rajavi paying tribute to the Resistance’s martyrs at the FreeIran Gathering

Violent attack of regime’s police forces on protesting gold miners in the North West of Iran

Iran: Protest In Mashhad against Credit Institutions, 6 June 2017

Iran: Thousands Protest In Tehran against Credit Institutions, 6 June 2017

Protests in Iran over desecration of statue of hero in Iranian constitutional revolution

Ex-Tehran University President urges Iran’s youths to protest against dictatorship

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Retired teachers' protest outside Iran regime's Parliament

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