To understand Iran’s politico-economic quagmire, one must note that political and economic crises change quality when they cross a point in their quantitative growth process, and if they are not answered in time, they become irreversible.
Corruption in Iran is institutional. One of the main aspects of this issue is the transparency over the sale and ownership of the properties of the regime’s officials which is now for a long time a debate in this regime. This issue was raised in the regime’s Expediency Council, then it was passed over to the tenth parliament and now to the eleventh
For years, Ali Khamenei, the Supreme Leader, who has the final word on all major decisions in Iran, has understood that the slightest dissent within his regime endangers its very survival.
While Iran’s environment can no longer tolerate any mistake and mismanagement and is in an extremely critical situation and many experts say that if this trend continues many regions of the country will become uninhabitable, with a two-month delay the regime has appointed Ali Selajgeh, as the new head of the Environmental Protection Organization.
Mehdi Chamran, the chairman of the City Council of Tehran, announced the handover of Tehran’s development projects to the Khatam-al Anbiya Construction Headquarters (GHORB) of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).
Failure is chasing the mullah regime in Iran, especially with the explosions of vital installations in the country, which have increased dramatically over the past year.
The UAE energy company DANA Gas announced on September 28, 2021, that an international arbitral tribunal has ruled that the Iranian government pay a $607.5 million fine to the company.
“Thanks to our vaccination campaign, 70% of Iran’s population will soon be immune to the coronavirus,” said President Ebrahim Raisi during a speech marking the beginning of the country’s new school year last Saturday. It’s anyone’s guess, however, what he means by “soon.” According to official figures, 16% of Iranians are now fully vaccinated against Covid-19, and 18% have had at least one shot.
Mandatory hijab, especially the chador, although one of the main and ideological symbols in the Islamic Republic, but beyond it, is one of the most important enterprises of rent and government economy
The life situation of Iran’s workers indicates that the promises of government officials have failed and with the present situation, the government’s role in easing the life conditions of the workers and low-wage people is zero or negligible.
As Iranian citizens are suffering under the Iranian regime’s corruption and wrong economic policies, regime officials and the country’s state media are finally acknowledging that their part in these crises.