The workers of the Haft Tapeh Sugar Cane Agri-Industrial Company in the city of Shush (Khuzestan Province) once again went on strike in protest against the non-payment of their salaries and demands. The recent strike of the Haft Tapeh workers follows the last month protest that ended conditionally on December 14, 2017, with the payment of one month salary and the promise of regime officials to address other demands of the workers. Workers demanded payment of five months' wages and insurance premiums, as well as payment of the salaries of contracting workers for 2015 and 2016. Failure to implement the promises of regime officials and the predatory employer has forced the deprived workers of the Haft Tapeh Sugar Cane Company to go on strike again.
A spokesperson of the Federal Prosecutor’s Office of Germany in Karlsruhe said that the residence and working places of 10 individuals who are suspected of engaging in espionage for one of the Iranian regime’s secret services have been searched. The individuals are suspected of conducting surveillance against targets, individuals and places in Germany. According to media reports, these individuals are suspected of carrying out assignments for the terrorist Quds Force of the Iranian regime’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC).
Mohammad Bagher Qalibaf
NCRI - The head of the Tehran Municipality Budget Committee, said that at least twenty trillion Toman have been lost in Tehran's municipality during the twelve-year tenure of the IRGC Brig. Gen. Mohammad Bagher Qalibaf as the mayor. He called for a special committee to investigate the widespread corruption cases in the municipality of Tehran during the twelve-year activity of Qalibaf as the mayor of the capital city.
NCRI - The Workers Union of Haft-tapeh Sugarcane Company announced that workers of the unit have staged strike on Monday, December 25, in protest against wage arrears and the company’s failure to pay five months unpaid salary.
NCRI - The Yemeni government on Tuesday, January 16, without mentioning a name, accused some organizations of the Iranian regime of trying to forge the Yemeni national currency and, consequently, collapse of its value.
NCRI - The recent protests in Iran have offered a sort of déjà vu for those who remember the last days of the Shah and the massive protests against him. Does this mean that the end of the Iranian Regime is in sight?
Well, there are some stark differences between the 1978-9 protests and today’s but it does look like the Regime is on its last legs.