Iran General NewsGerman legislators back Iran demonstrators

German legislators back Iran demonstrators

-

ImageDPA: German legislators spoke out Wednesday in parliament in support of the protests in Iran against last week's election result in which President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was declared re-elected.

Deutsche Presse-Agentur

ImageBerlin – German legislators spoke out Wednesday in parliament in support of the protests in Iran against last week's election result in which President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was declared re-elected.

During the snap debate, Johannes Jung, a Social Democratic supporter of the German government, demanded that Tehran free arrested demonstrators, investigate the deaths in the course of the clashes and permit free reporting about the conflict.

Philipp Missfelder of the Christian Democrats, the other government party, appealed to German business to use its influence in Iran. He said companies ought to be asking themselves if the advanced level of trade was not the 'oxygen' keeping the regime in power.

Latest news

Iran: Civil Disobedience and Conflict With the State Norms

Corruption and fear of the people’s fury and protests are factors that Iranian officials and state media are warning...

Who’s in the Iran Presidential Race and Does It Matter?

Iranian supreme leader Ali Khamenei has long expressed his support for a “young and hezbollahi” government with a president in...

Iran Media Admits Cause to Economic Crisis

Hatred towards the Iranian ruling system has only increased due to the economic and social crises that the people...

Iran 60% Enrichment, Upper or Lower Hand?

Ali Akbar Salehi, the head of Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization, announced that the government is carrying out uranium enrichment...

Unsolved Case of Ukraine’s Flight 752 Downed By Iran’s IRGC

Alexei Danilov, secretary of Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council, the overseer of the Ukrainian government's investigation into the...

Iran’s Government Counts on Fiat Money

The Iranian government’s financial and Central Bank officials are now speaking about banknote printing in public. Because hiding the...

Must read

Syria Face Oil Shortage After Iran Cuts off Credit Line

Iran Focus London, 18 April - Syria is facing...

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you