Iran protests reported in tehran & other cities

Iran protests reported in tehran & other cities

An atmosphere of increasing Popular protests throughout Iran is intensifying as people from all walks of life are joining these rallies and gatherings.

In Tehran, a group of part-time teachers and Agriculture Insurance Department employees rallied outside the Iranian regime’s parliament on Sunday seeking immediate answers to their demands.

The teachers were seeking their long-delayed paychecks and to be officially hired by the Education Ministry. Currently, they have no guarantees in their jobs and are literally considered dayworkers.

The Agriculture Insurance Dept. employees were protesting poor living conditions

Iran protests:

Iran’s truckers continue nationwide strike into seventh day: PopularReports from a variety of Iran’s cities on Monday indicate truckers are continuing their nationwide protests and a growing general strike. These protests have expanded to 242 cities in all of Iran’s 31 provinces. Bus drivers in various cities are also joining this expanding movement and expressing their solidarity.

Minibus drivers in Yazd, central Iran, were seen rallying in support of the truck drivers, holding a gathering outside the city’s Road & Transportation Dept

The Hill :India won’t follow US sanctions on Iran : India’s foreign minister said on Monday that her nation will follow sanctions imposed by the United Nations but not ones levied by individual countries, including those the U.S. is restoring on Iran, Reuters reported.

Earlier this month, President Trump withdrew the U.S. from the Iranian nuclear deal and ordered sanctions against Tehran that were suspended by the agreement be redisposed. “India follows only U.N. sanctions, and not unilateral sanctions by any country,” Sushma Swaraj said at a news conference

Mike Pompeo raises the bar for a deal with Iran: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo went big — very big — in his speech at the Heritage Foundation Monday. Pompeo’s remarks were the first major statement of U.S. policy towards Iran following the U.S. withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) nuclear deal on May 8. Whereas the JCPOA attempted to deal with the Iranian nuclear threat in isolation, Pompeo demanded nothing less than a fundamental transformation of the Islamic Republic’s behavior. This bold move raises the bar very high for any future deal with Iran.

Funeral Ceremony of a Popular Movie Star in Iran with the Slogan”Death to the Dictator

RNCI: On Sunday, May 27th, the funeral ceremony of the famous Iranian cinema star Naser Malek Motiei, with the participation of a big crowd of the Iranian people and the fans of this late artist, turned into an anti-regime demonstration. The participants who were angry with the regime’s anti-Iranian and anti-art treatment of Naser Malek Motiei come to Popular protest whit chants “Death to the dictator, Hail to Naser”; “Our disgrace is our (state) radio and TV”

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