Iran Uprising - No. 77
Speech of Ali Rabiee, Rouhani’s Minister of Labour, in the ceremony of February 12, in Qa'em Shahr, was interrupted by the protest of a retired worker against the regime. The furious worker interrupted Rabiee’s speech and, addressing him and other regime agents, said: "We have been working hard for 37 years, we did a revolution, our revolution went to the hands of the unjust, they came using the name of Islam, and there is no one to hold them accountable. I get a salary of one million and a five hundred thousand tomans ($300) , with four family members, I buy my own medicines, social security says, it's not our commitment ... The representatives who are gabbling here ... We say no to lip service! ... Every day they give us hollow promises.
Iran Uprising -No. 76
On the eve of the thirty-ninth anniversary of the anti-monarchy revolution, along with the protests of the workers and the looted people, the brave youth demonstrated their abhorrence towards the regime of Velayat-e faqih (Islamic Jurist prudence) and their resolve to overthrow this regime:
Iran Uprising- No. 75
The protests and strikes of factory workers and other poor strata as well as workers of the services sections and those looted by the institutions affiliated to the Revolutionary Guards Corps(IRGC), the judiciary and other oppressive bodies continued on Tuesday February 6, 2018 to secure their violated rights. Some of these protests are as follows:
Maryam Rajavi calls for urgent action to free prisoners of the uprising, guarantee freedom of speech and abolish the compulsory veil
Maryam Rajavi called on the European Union and its member states to adopt effective measures and binding decisions to compel the religious fascism ruling Iran to free prisoners of the uprising, guarantee freedom of speech and assembly, end suppression of women and abolish the compulsory veil.
Workers of Chukka Factory in Talesh, Northern of Iran
Iran Uprising - No. 74
The oppressed people of Iran, especially the workers and the toilers, who are struggling with poverty, depression and growing problems day by day, continue to strike, demonstrate and protest against criminal and predatory rulers. Some of the protests on Monday February 5 are as follows:
operators of high-power stations gathered in front of the Ministry of Energy
Iran Uprising -No. 73
On Sunday, February 4, various cities in the country were the scene of popular protests, especially by workers and toilers.
Hepco Workers in Arak- February 5, 2018
Iran Uprising -No. 72
On Monday morning, February 5, about a thousand workers of Heavy Equipment Production Company (HEPCO) marched on the streets of Arak. In recent months, these workers have repeatedly stopped working and demonstrated in protest of non-payment of their salaries for eight months. A large number of people in Arak rallied in support of the workers.