By Staff Writer
Iranian government shut down all student associations as a way to control students and universities after the 2009 protests in Iran, in which many students participated. The government also decreased the number of independent students by increasing government quotas in universities. By 2011, mostly designated students entered universities.
By Mahmoud Hakamian
Regime’s policies over the past 40 years has now turned into the subject of debate among state officials and experts.
To discuss the issue, the state TV on July 11, 2018, hosted two so-called political experts, Pirouz Mojtahedzadeh, Hassan Rouhani’s foreign policy adviser, and Diako Hosseini.
• Funeral for victims of Sanandaj tragedy & Maryam Rajavi’s condolences
July 13, 2018 - Families of the individuals who perished during the tragic bus-truck accident in Sanandaj, western Iran, laid their loved ones to rest at funeral ceremonies on Thursday. City locals were also attending the ceremony.