Iran: Mullahs' Judiciary impasse, 12 million judicial cases in one year

NCRI - Mahmoud Hashemi Shahroudi, the head of the mullahs' Judiciary, said on February 27, 2008, "The trend of legal cases in the Judiciary is overwhelming. The creation of eight million judicial cases during the past year signifies a legal and judicial malady as well as a serious harm to society." He was speaking to a gathering in the southern province of Khuzestan, discussing the problems faced by the institution under his control.

Shahroudi described the creation of eight million judicial cases in one year as a "fundamental problem," and added, "In a country like India, with a population close to one billion, only four million judicial cases are filed annually."

Iran: Tens of thousands of workers demonstrated in the capital and other cities

Iran: Two labor activists sentenced to serve time by the mullahs' judiciary NCRI - This morning, tens of thousands of deprived workers gathered in protest to their unpaid wages and the mullahs' regime anti-labor law. In Tehran, the protesting workers gathered outside Iran's Labor House in Abu-Raihan Street. A similar move was organized in other cities such as Shiraz, Mashhad, Semnan, Sari, Arak, Saveh, Kashan, Qazvin, Qom and Yazd. 

Iran: Crackdown on sugar cane workers

NCRI - More than 3,000 sugar cane workers demonstrated outside governor's office in the southwestern city of Shoosh, today.

Workers in this sugar cane factory walked out over their unpaid salaries. They have gone on strike a number of times in the past with no avail since their demands have not been met by the regime's handpicked managers of the factory.

Chairmanship of Rafsanjani in Assembly of Experts signals era of demise for mullahs' regime

Chairmanship of Rafsanjani in Assembly of Experts signals era of demise for mullahs' regimeNCRI - The President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, described Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani's chairmanship in the Assembly of Experts as representative of the era of demise for the ruling religious fascism in Iran. Since Rafsanjani does not differ with other regime officials, such as the mullahs' Supreme Leader Khamenei and their president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, on fundamental policies like domestic suppression, the atomic weapons program, domination of Iraq, and the export of terror and fundamentalism abroad, conflicts among the various factions in the Assembly of Experts signals the dispersion and divergence that is characteristic of the final phase of the regime.

Iran: SSF kills three, provokes public anger in Kurdistan

NCRI - The State Security Forces (SSF) opened fire on a car at the entry point to the city of Baneh in the Iranian Kurdistan on Sunday, killing three and wounding another one seriously.

Outraged by the heinous crime, the local residents took to the streets in protest and clashed with the suppressive forces.

Uprising in Tehran denounces Iranian regime's fuel rationing

Last night, and shortly after the Iranian regime announced the start of a fuel rationing program, residents in Tehran, Khuzestan, Gorgan, Azerbaijan, and elsewhere took to the streets in protest.  Protesters set ablaze gas stations, government vehicles, and chanted antigovernment slogans.  Video footages smuggled out of Iran document the protests and slogans such as, "artillery, tanks, and fireworks may come to bear but Ahmadinejad must be killed."  The protests continued for hours after midnight.

In response, the state security forces, revolutionary guards, and intelligence agents attacked the demonstrators, injuring a few while arresting many others.

Iran: Protesters set ablaze 50 gas stations

In protests against the Iranian regime, people in Tehran set ablaze many security forces vehicles, and government buildings, and at least 50 gas stations

Additional demonstrations in Isfahan, Mazandaran, Golestan, as well as East and West Azarbaijan Provinces

According to the latest reports, during last night's demonstrations in Iran, and the ensuing conflicts with the Iranian regime's security forces, the Iranian people and youths set ablaze many government building, security forces' vehicles, and as many as 50 gas stations at various locations in Tehran.

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