NCRI - Following the crisis of holding a sham presidential election in Iran, the remarks made by Hassan Rouhani in the press conference on Monday, April 10th were slammed by his opponents. He talked of his clearance in the election and called his opponents liars and traitors. Meanwhile, on April 11th, the state-run Raja News accused Rouhani of betrayal, since he lied about his 100-day plans.
NCRI - Iranian MP Mahmoud Shekari made strong remarks against President Hassan Rouhani at a parliamentary session on Wednesday.
“Now that the time has come prior to the election season for your cabinet to be assessed for its work in the past four years, the people want to know what happened to your motto of saving the country’s economy,” he said.
NCRI - Iranian MP Hajar Chenarali described the country’s economy and people’s living conditions as “extremely concerning,” according to the Tasnim news agency, affiliated to the Revolutionary Guards Quds Force.
“The highest unemployment rates are amongst people between the ages of 20 and 24, and this age average is generally amongst those newly entering the job market and consists of the most energetic branch of the young generation,” she said.
NCRI - The state-run Resalat Newspaper on April 4th in an article stressed on the inconclusive electoral promises addressed by the Iranian President, Hassan Rouhani after 4 years of power. The newspaper writes with sarcasm:"Rouhani always gripped a big key in his hand during presidential campaigns as well as political meetings. He used to say that this key will open the locks and will resolve the problems in the country. The length and width of the key had been so much exaggerated and seemingly it never opens any lock! Therefore, it has been proved in practice that no lock got opened by it. The sanctions were supposed to be lifted but in practice, we witnessed that not only did the sanctions lifted but a new round of embargos has begun and our nuclear facilities went under big locks."
NCRI - Hassan Rouhani faction newspapers (April 3, 2017) have described the actions of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) as the source of corruption and smuggling, as well as the destruction of the economy.
State run Jomhouri newspaper wrote in this regard: To fight trafficking we must go to the authorities and facilities that hinder the government and do not care about the three branches about and enjoy the docks and airports to import whatever they want and do what they deem necessary.
NCRI - Mehrdad Bazrpash, a former member of the Iranian regime parliament’s board of speakers questioned figures provided by Hassan Rouhani’s government.
According to Quds terrorist force news agency known as Tasnim on April 2, he wrote on his Instagram page:
Unfortunately, our economic situation is dire, according to friends and foes.
NCRI - In an interview with regime’s IRIB news agency, Mohammad-Reza Nematzadeh, Minister of industry in Rouhani’s government, has said that most of the country’s unemployed are among young and educated people.
He pointed to banks, tax system, social security, and above all trafficking of contraband goods as the country’s main barriers of production and employment, saying “although according to a report by the task force responsible for combating smuggling of commodities and currency, the amount of contraband in the country is decreasing, but that’s still too much.”
NCRI - On March 29, Hamid-Reza Haji Babaee, a member of the regime’s Majlis, acknowledged that there is a fatal recessional inflation occurring within the country and said, “We are facing a fatal recessional inflation. Gentlemen! We have only created jobs for other countries! 28 billion of the country’s income has been swallowed up by official companies.”
NCRI - The administrator of the Deputy Office of ‘Astan Quds Razavi’ (A major Shiite holly shrine in the North Eastern Province of Khorasan) Jafar Sabaqian on Monday confessed to the theft and embezzlement of the former Deputy of this shrine as well as the former Head of it. It's noteworthy that Mehdi Azizian left Iran 6 month ago and this plan was coordinated by Morteza Bakhtiari.