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Protest Gathering in Front of the Iran Regime's Central Bank

Protest Gathering in Front of the Iran Regime's Central Bank

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NCRI - Hundreds of victims of the Caspian financials, gathered in front of the Central Bank of Iran in Tehran on the morning of Monday, May 29, and chanted in protest. Earlier, dozens of protesters on Sunday attacked a branch of Arman financial with stones in Khorramabad. Published video of the rally in front of the Central Bank of Iran on social media networks show that a number of demonstrators were wearing shrouds. A number of protesters chanted slogans such as "Down with Saif" and "Allah u Akbar". Valiollah Saif is head of the Central Bank of Iran. Based on the pictures published on social networks, police and baton-wielding police tried to disperse the protesters. Central News Agency has said demonstrators were from several provinces. The terrorist Quds Force’s Tasnim News Agency reported that protesters blocked the Mir Damad Street in Tehran. During the sham presidential election campaign of the regime, Ebrahim Raisi and Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf, two rival candidates of Hassan Rouhani, had attacked the government's performance in this regard.
1:50
Iran: Widespread Clashes of Looted Depositors of a State Affiliated Financial Institution

Iran: Widespread Clashes of Looted Depositors of a State Affiliated Financial Institution

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Looted depositors of a state affiliated development financial institution protested in different parts of the Khorramabad city in Western Iran, including in front of governor’s office, on Sunday morning May 28th. According to reports, demonstrators were chanting death to the governor (Death to Bazvand), and Death to Dowlatshah (Director of the Institute). They blocked the street and didn’t allow even one car to pass. According to a video clip from the protest scene in front of development financial institution, angry people of Khorramabad attacked the building with stone, and broke its glasses. These protests are happening, while the officials of the agency have announced and promised two days ago, that they will pay looted depositors this Sunday. But, when the due day came to be empty with no deed, it provoked the anger of those looted depositors, and they attacked the Governor’s and institute’s buildings. The protestors are demanding an investigation into the matter and reimbursement of their deposits. Angry protesters chanting slogan against the regime and brokers, and said no one is being accountable. In fear of spreading the massive protest within the city, Police Special Forces unit, were dispatched to the scene from the early hours of this morning in front of the regime governor’s building. Demonstrators at the bank crossroad stormed the central national bank, and intended going into the bank, which were prevented by the police. They also wanted to set fire into the street by pouring gasoline which again were prevented by police. Police Special Forces raided demonstrators with water cannons and intended to disperse them, but people have resisted and would not be willing to retreat.
3:08
Demonstrations and clashes continue against plundering financial institutions in Western Iran

Demonstrations and clashes continue against plundering financial institutions in Western Iran

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NCRI - Looted depositors of a state affiliated development financial institution protested in different parts of the Khorramabad city in Western Iran, including in front of governor’s office, on Sunday morning May 28th. According to reports, demonstrators were chanting death to the governor (Death to Bazvand), and Death to Dowlatshah (Director of the Institute). They blocked the street and didn’t allow even one car to pass. According to a video clip from the protest scene in front of development financial institution, angry people of Khorramabad attacked the building with stone, and broke its glasses. These protests are happening, while the officials of the agency have announced and promised two days ago, that they will pay looted depositors this Sunday. But, when the due day came to be empty with no deed, it provoked the anger of those looted depositors, and they attacked the Governor’s and institute’s buildings. The protestors are demanding an investigation into the matter and reimbursement of their deposits. Angry protesters chanting slogan against the regime and brokers, and said no one is being accountable. In fear of spreading the massive protest within the city, Police Special Forces unit, were dispatched to the scene from the early hours of this morning in front of the regime governor’s building. Demonstrators at the bank crossroad stormed the central national bank, and intended going into the bank, which were prevented by the police. They also wanted to set fire into the street by pouring gasoline which again were prevented by police. Police Special Forces raided demonstrators with water cannons and intended to disperse them, but people have resisted and would not be willing to retreat.
0:42
Iran: How Iran Regime Forced People to Vote in Sham Presidential Election

Iran: How Iran Regime Forced People to Vote in Sham Presidential Election

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I have been here since 8 o'clock. I don't want to vote for anyone but my university officials told me if I don't show them the stamp here on my ID card proving my vote, they will not give me my graduation certificate. That is it. I am not here to vote for anyone, not only me but all of my friends here. All of us here want to get the stamp on our ID card. If we don't get the stamp we will be in trouble. We have been here since 8 o'clock. We just want a stamp.
1:52
Iran: 400 votes were cast from a village of seven families in the “presidential” election

Iran: 400 votes were cast from a village of seven families in the “presidential” election

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Residents of a village near Birjand (South Khorasan Province- northeast Iran) Resident: Our village, Sharghom, is part of the central section of Al Hurat. Only seven families reside in our village. They brought in strangers for the voting (in “presidential” election). Today, we realized that 399 votes have been cast from out village. Resident: We went to the local municipality. We were told that anyone who is not local, is not allowed to vote here. We went to the Governor’s Office. The deputy governor by the name of Hassanpour told us that anyone who is not local cannot vote. On the day of the election, 399 strangers were brought to our village for voting. We approached Mr. Moradi who was the representative of the governor and told him that what is happening is illegal and this is infringement of the law. This is infringement of the law. He replied that this is none of our business. Resident: They did not look at the birth certificate of these people to notice that they have come from other places, like Neyvandan, and other places to vote here. There is no need for me to explain. The national identity code of these people made it clear where they belong to. So it is obvious that they had ill-intentions who resorted to these kind of activities. They wanted to provide a high figure, such as 399 participants, for the government. Does this mean that there was shortage of votes for the government that they had to resort to this? If in previous voting process, the former council provided these figures it was wrong. It was fake. We do not have that number of residents here. The maximum number of our voters were 30 individuals. And this is the maximum. If you go to our village and ask the residents how many families reside there, the residents will tell you, seven families. How on earth seven families will cast almost 400 votes? Aren’t these votes void?

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