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Iran: Tehran’s Municipality Announces 20 Trillion Toman Corruption Figure During Former Mayor’s Tenure

Mohammad Bagher Qalibaf

NCRI Staff

NCRI - The head of the Tehran Municipality Budget Committee, said that at least twenty trillion Toman have been lost in Tehran's municipality during the twelve-year tenure of the IRGC Brig. Gen. Mohammad Bagher Qalibaf as the mayor. He called for a special committee to investigate the widespread corruption cases in the municipality of Tehran during the twelve-year activity of Qalibaf as the mayor of the capital city.

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Iran's Internet Shutdown

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NCRI - The Iranian regime’s authorities heavily restricted the internet in an attempt to quell the anti-regime protests but the Iranian people have been evading the censorship through the use of virtual private networks (VPNs).

When the regime’s Supreme National Security Council first slowed down internet speeds, shut down certain applications, and even shut down the VPNs that Iranians have used for years to evade restrictions, tech entrepreneur M. Nouri was set back and his company, which employs 15 people, was heavily affected.

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Two Million Iranians Suffering Hunger

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NCRI - Iranian regime’s deputy Labor Minister had said that there are two million hungry people in the country. A really shocking figure, says a regime’s MP.

Member of regime parliament’s Social Affairs Committee believes that with this many people suffering hunger, the total number of country’s deprived people should be much higher.

State-run IRNA news agency has reported on a meeting titled ‘The 2018 Budget: will it increase or reduce poverty?’, in which regime’s deputy Labor and Social Welfare Minister Ahmad Maydari said “according to domestic and international estimates, between two to four percent of Iranian people suffer extreme poverty, meaning they can’t afford to feed themselves, something also referred to as violent poverty.”

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Iran Regime's Officials Admit to Ordered Wave of Rising Prices

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NCRI - With the rise in prices for the most basic and public needs, an economic expert of the Iranian regime outlined an organized surge in prices, saying any increase in prices was made with the green light of government officials.

“Milk, yogurt and eggs have become more expensive; the price of dairies has doubled over the past year” government media reflected these headlines, showing a wave of expensiveness and rising prices that has broken people's back and made the table of poor people emptier.

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Iran: 20 Suicides and 4 Deaths Due to Horrible Conditions in the Quake-Riddled Regions

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NCRI - A member of the Iranian parliament says the number of suicides in the earthquake-affected areas of Kermanshah is increasing.

Shahab Naderi, in an interview with the parliament news agency of the regime called ‘the House of Mellat’, stated that there were four fatalities in the freezing cold weather, and at least 20 people had committed suicide. According to these statistics, the number of casualties will certainly rise on daily bases.

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Iran: Part of the Hospitals in Tehran Are Among the Most Vulnerable Buildings

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NCRI - The Iranian regime’s ministry of health said the life span of 50% of Tehran's hospitals has been over 50 years old and parts of these hospitals are among the "most unsafe (vulnerable) buildings”.

According to the state-run Mehr news agency on Wednesday, September 27, Hassan Hashemi said one of the "serious concerns" regarding the possibility of an earthquake is “irresistibility” of the hospitals in the country, particularly in Tehran.

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