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Iran Regime’s Institutionalized Corruption and Its Strategic Consequences

Iran Regime’s Institutionalized Corruption leads to its ultimate downfall
Iranian regime's top officials including the supreme leader and president and their families are involved in a systematic corruption in Iran

As domestic and international pressure grows on the Iranian regime, especially as its February 21 parliamentary election draws closer, factional feuding and infighting is exacerbating. Each faction tries to blame the other for Iran’s economic and social crisis, particularly the regime’s corruption.  

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Iran Regime’s Economic Suffocation and Global Isolation

Iran Regime’s Economic Suffocation and Global Isolation
The Iranian regime has no way out of the deadlock of the Iranian people's uprising and the economic crisis.

On January 20, Mohammad Javad Zarif, the Iranian regime's foreign minister, threatened the international community, in the regime’s parliament, that the regime would withdraw from the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) if the European powers trigger the dispute mechanism of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal with world powers, formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.

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Iran’s Regime and Its Deadlock in Adopting the CFT

Iran’s Regime and Its Deadlock in Adopting the CFT
Crisis in the Iranian regime over the CFT case

The Iranian regime’s Expediency Council has not yet declared its decision over whether to adopt the Combating the Financing of Terrorism (CFT) legislation. Since the one-year deadline for this organization was expired on January 21, the assignment of this bill related to the work of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) should be considered finished.

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Iran Regime’s New Budget Will Exacerbate Inflation

Iran Regime’s New Budget Will Exacerbate Inflation
Iran's new budget bill reflects the crisis and economic collapse of the regime.

In his proposed budget for the upcoming Iranian calendar year, the Iranian regime’s president, Hassan Rouhani, has used the exchange rate of 42,000 rials per U.S. dollar for calculating the income from imports of essential products and medicines. According to the government’s spokesperson, around $10 billion of presumed oil revenue is allocated to these imports.

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U.S. State Department Warns Exporters of Metals Products to Avoid Iran's Regime

U.S. State Department Iran's steel industry
U.S. State Department Warns Exporters of Metals Products to Avoid Iran's Regime

The United States Department of State has published an advisory to alert persons globally to the U.S. sanctions risks for parties involved in transfers or exports to Iran of graphite electrodes and needle coke, which are essential materials for the Iranian regime’s steel industry.   

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The Black Hole of Corruption and Embezzlement in Iran’s Regime

The Black Hole of Corruption and Embezzlement in Iran’s Regime
Institutionalized corruption and embezzlement have an inextricable link with the mullahs' dictatorship in Iran

Institutionalized corruption and embezzlement have an inextricable link with the mullahs' dictatorship in Iran. However, what is new is the courageous uprising of the Iranian youth, which has made the regime's internal factions, in awe of the people's rage, expose each other's looting and point to the other faction as the cause of corruption.

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