Tag:Iran Corruption

Iran: Government’s $12-Billion Debt to Social Security Organization

In Iran, more than 40 million people are covered by insurance provided by the Social Security Organization. In low-cost medical cases, these insurances aid...

The Ayatollahs Devastate Iran’s Car Manufacturing Industry

Upon releasing their latest model, called ‘Tara’, in late December, Iran’s largest car manufacturing company, Iran Khodro (IKCO), came to discover that the car...

The Vicious Circle of Budget Structure Reforms in Iran

Iran’s state-run outlets acknowledge that one of the ongoing disputes in the media is about the budget structure and its reforms. Bijan Abdi one...

The Floods Pass Through State-Backed Mafia Tunnel in Iran

Stunning images of floods devastation and the sinking of the Jarahi town in Mahshahr, south-western Iran, should never be considered a natural event. Such...

Iran Government’s Heavy Debts

Iran's economy has gone through a period of super-challenges and long-standing crises, and the looting officials of this government have increased their wealth and...

Iran’s Supreme Leader, Main Figure Behind Regime Corruption

In Iran, each and every day the media, senior officials, and government-linked figures write or talk about systematic corruption that has infested the Iranian...

Iran Official Admits the People Don’t Trust the Regime

By Pooya Stone A senior Iranian official said that the people did not trust the regime after decades of “lies and lack of transparency”,...

Iran’s Parliament Deeply Rooted in Corruption

By Jubin Katiraie The line of construction credits of Iran’s parliament, which entered the budget in the 2000s, has many words and sayings. ...

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The Truth of a Human Disaster in Iran

Equal participation of all the people in creating the law of a country is one of the main necessities...

Incompetency of Iran’s Politicians in Economy and a Suffering Country

Iranian politicians would be able to prevent any mistakes in the field of the economy if they would focus...

Rezaei Resigns as Secretary of the Expediency Council, Who Is His Replacement?

Mohsen Rezaei has resigned his position as Secretary of the Expediency Council of Iran after more than 20 years...

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Senate shows united support for blocking Iran access to euros

Reuters: The Senate showed strong support over the weekend...

Iran’s police set for new crackdown on ‘models’

AFP: Police in the Iranian capital are poised to...