In a report, the Program and Budget Commission of the 10th Iranian Parliament has compared the details of the Central Bank’s report with the 2018 budget deduction report of the Court of Accounts on undecided government currencies.
Today, not only citizens but also officials admit that the country’s economy is on the verge of collapse due to corruption, mismanagement, nepotism, embezzlement, etc. However, they are trying to escape themselves and laying blame their rivals.
The Islamic Republic of Iran’s Supreme Court has reportedly acquitted a former member of parliament, Salman Khodadadi, of rape but sentenced him to 99 lashes, and banned him for two years from serving in public positions, for having an “illegitimate affair.”
One of the suspects in a major financial corruption case in Iran has gone “missing,” the Young Journalists Club, an Iranian state TV affiliate, revealed on Tuesday July 21.
Iran’s regime is at the end of its lifespan, and like any dictatorship, which is seeing a dark fate for itself, while struggling to survive, this worst regime in Iran’s history is auctioning all of Iran.
The state-run media in Iran reported that increasing the price of houses and rents has frustrated many Iranian citizens, particularly in major cities.
Iran’s new speaker of parliament is widely known for being a crook—but a loyal one. In the minds of many Iranians, Mohammad Bagher Qalibaf, Iran’s new speaker of parliament, is identified less with his political and military credentials than with corruption
The Islamic Republic Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei has rushed to defend the country’s former Chief-Justice, Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani, who has been accused of sheltering corrupt aides in his administration.
Iran’s new speaker of parliament, Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf, has endeavored for years to ascend to the top ranks of the regime. As a former senior commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) as well as a longtime mayor of Tehran
The corruption case of Akbar Tabari, a deputy to the former head of Iran’s Judiciary Sadeq Larijani, is becoming one of the main headlines of Iran’s media. The question here is what is going on?
After the disclosure of 63 bank accounts of the former judiciary chief Sadegh Amoli Larijani, Iranian citizens expected authorities to put an end to the systematic corruption in government apparatuses. The replacement of Larijani with Ebrahim Raisi prompted optimist observers to speculate that the state will stage an investigation about suspicious bank accounts in the judiciary. However, it was later revealed that the accounts were only the tip of the iceberg.