Tag:Iran Poverty

Unbridled Prices Break Iranians’ Back

These days, the Iranian people’s main concern is how to feed their families, and this puzzle is getting more complicated in the days that...

Dividing Iran in an Unfair Manner

The division of Iran’s fertile land began from the first day of the 1979 revolution when the clerics captured it from the people. In...

Workers’ Empty Food Baskets in Leadup to Nowruz

Nowadays, Iranian citizens are getting ready to celebrate Nowruz, the new year in the Persian calendar. However, given its mismanagement and failures, the government...

Iranian Workers’ Salaries Don’t Reach the Poverty Line

“Even a 100-percent increase in workers’ monthly salaries would not let them reach the poverty line,” said Mohammad Reza Tajik, representative of Workers Supreme...

Tehran Unofficially Increases the Price of Bread and Eggs

According to Iranian state media outlets, the price of bread and eggs have practically increased despite officials’ claims. On January 23, Vatan-e Emrouz daily...

Economic Growth Aren’t Iranian Policy-Makers’ Priority

In the past four decades, Iranian authorities have shown that they do not care about democracy and economic growth. Instead, they spend all the...

Iran: 58 Percent of Society Struggle Just to Remain Alive

Fifty-eight percent of Iranian society, including workers and their families, are struggling to remain alive, according to the chair of the Supreme Labor Council’s...

Iran: Improving Citizens’ Livelihood or Stealing From the Nation

These days, the Iranian Parliament (Majlis) Speaker Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf prepares himself for the 2021 Presidential election. In this context, he raises ridiculous claims...

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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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Iran neighbour UAE spends $5 bln on arms deals

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Iran starts oil, petrochemicals exchange in Tehran

Bloomberg: Iran, holder of the world's second-largest oil and...