Iran’s Disintegrated Management

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By Jubin Katiraie

“The decision-making system speaks warmly of transparency, unaware that it has only mocking this concept.” (State-run daily Ebtekar, 13 May)

The daily workflow in the Iranian’s regime’s system has reached a point where it constantly is facing with lies, contradictions, and inadequacies. The situation is so complicated that it resembles a soup pot of insoluble problems.

Every day, the state-run media testify to a time when quantitative social contradictions have accumulated over the years, and with each crisis, a new quality emerges and becomes more intense within the government.

These contradictions are now concentrated in the regime’s think tanks, associated with the supreme leader and the state, and inevitably their daily effects and consequences overflow throughout the regime’s system and consequently in the management of society.

Lying and secrecy now like termites are damaging the entire structure of the regime. Talking about unsupported and hollow domination whose management has no credibility within the regime, and outside the regime, it has been completely ignored and rejected.

State-run media on 13 May wrote about the present condition of the regime, “The broken link is between what happened in the economic and social sky and the macro-political decisions at the macro level. People are still unaware of what is happening at decision-making levels and the reasons for it.”

There is such a rift between the clerical regime and the Iranian people that the government is trying to monitor even how the news is published in the newspapers. Decisions that even upset the balance its media, so confusing that even the regime’s elements don’t know what to do anymore, “The media is struggling with a variety of restrictions, even covering some news, and officials are still trying to solve problems with forced orders and elimination even with the failed experience by previous decisions. As in the case of cars (prices), the proposal to remove prices from sites is still a way to control the market. This shows that the officials do not really understand the current situation.

“Even the officials themselves do not have any clear enlightenment about their actions in this closed space.” (same source)

And unintentionally this media said about the dismissal of the regime’s Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade, and the policy of raising the price of items by the highest government institutions and presents a complete picture of this disintegrated management:

“Suddenly a minister is fired, and the Competition Council orders factory prices to rise by 10 to 30 percent, while car prices in the market are up to twice as high as official prices.”

And continued: “Together, these events are just a bitter joke of the decision-making system, which is not accountable to the public for any of its decisions… All this is only due to the disconnection of decision-makers with society. Officials are still stuck in the last decade, and they think that they can take any decision without any reaction to society. And the media is struggling to cover up some news because of different restrictions.”

Then this media confessed that the corrupt management of the clerical regime, which is only concerned about the protection of the regime, has no responsibility about the social problems and crises in which the people are involved and added: “By wiping the terms of the problems it will only deepen the crisis. This is a simple solution that, when something happens, the official media must go through it with all sorts of instructions.”

The result of such a situation for the regime’s media is very clear, that the situation between society and the regime has become worse, and there is no other way left for the people and society, just to get through the crisis.

This short note describes the characteristics and guidelines of one thing. The signs of the maturity of contradictions over the years and their overflow into the government. These are the signs of the splinter of the regime’s corrupted management system, which reflects social isolation and the rejection and ignoring of the regime by the Iranian people.

 

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