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Iran’s crises in 2019, the history will be written

Iran’s crises in 2019 can herald a new era. Political and socioeconomic developments will signal definite Iran’s crises in 2019.

The year 2018 ended with the Velayat-e Faqih’s regime engulfed by internal and international challenges. The regime is sinking deeper and deeper in its crisis on daily basis, due to political, economic, and social events. Iran experts see 2019 as a destiny-making year for this country.

Iran’s crises in 2019: the main issues


One of Iran’s crises in 2019 will be the issues of the nuclear deal and the “Special Purpose Vehicle” (SPV) for its financial transactions.

Since USA’s withdrawal of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and the re-imposition of sanctions, the Iranian regime and its lobbies are facing serious blows.

Europe’s economic promises could not prevent its companies from leaving Iran. The EU tried to mitigate the crisis by setting up a special purpose vehicle (SPV). But none of the European countries have ever been willing to be its host, in fear of US sanctions and punishment.

As the US sanctions bit, the IRI faces a dilemma. It must either encounter the US sanctions or accept serious retreats. But in both cases; confrontation or retreat will provide a good opportunity for further uprisings in the current explosive conditions of the Iranian society.

Internal Crisis

Other Iran’s crisis in 2019 is its irremediable domestic ones. The IRI will face serious and fatal economic situations as well as more intense protests.

According to the International Monetary Fund, Iran’s inflation rate for 2019 is at 34.1% and its negative economic growth rate is down to 3.6%.

The IMF predicts Iran’s economic collapse in 2019. The mullahs are facing difficult days ahead. So as the current situation persists, the fall of the mullahs’ regime comes more to the sight.

The dire living conditions of the Iranian people have erupted volcanic protests in Iranian cities.