جمعه ۰۱ مرداد ۱۴۰۰ - ۲۳ ژوئیه ۲۰۲۱
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The Left Party of Iran (People’s Fadaian) considers the water shortage and frequent power outages crisis in the country, especially in Khuzestan, to be the result of the regime's destructive management and recklessness and supports the protests of the people of Khuzestan against water shortage, poverty, and the misery of the province. Based on a lot of data, the most preparation that the regime has taken in response to the multifaceted critical situation in Khuzestan in recent years is to strengthen the repressive security force in this province, especially in its Arab regions.
Relying on the conciliation of some governments, the Islamic Republic has so far been able to assassinate or kidnap hundreds of its opponents abroad. During these years, the government kidnapped citizens of other countries and took them hostage in order to create an atmosphere of terror among its opponents and to keep the morale of its mercenaries high.
It is a fact that the current political developments in Afghanistan show a worrying and bleak outlook and a variety of dangers from escalation of civil war and even further political instability to bloody ethnic conflicts, rise of religious and tribal reactionary elements, and recapture of civil and political gains from the Afghan society are imminent
This big move, although it has a demand and trade union aspect, but due to the heavy weight of this industry in the country's economy and the level of awareness in this part of the Iranian workers, whatever the outcome, it will seal its mark on the political developments in the fight against the Islamic Republic and attaining freedom and justice.
In this issue you read:
Word of the Month
One month with the "presidential election" in Iran
Early signs of the foreseen problems for the new President
Press conference of Cornelia Ernst, Member of the European Parliament and Member of the Parliament for Iran
The "Election" Show Ended with the Announcement of the "Victory" of the Regime’s Candidate.
The strong presence of Republican forces in boycotting the 13th presidential election was a turning point in the growth of secular-democrat republicanism in the Iranian political sphere. We, the three secular-democrat organizations and parties, while appreciating the concerted action of the majority of Iranians and republican activists who exercised their political responsibility in boycotting this election, see this as an opportunity to increase republican convergence and emphasize the need for increased cooperation.
Another significance of this strike is that it is coincided with the appointment of someone who intends to make a series of new changes against workers' rights at the request of the Chamber of Commerce. Changes that will worsen both the working and living conditions of workers.
Audio file of the late Ayatollah Montazeri's speech during a meeting with the "Death Committee" responsible for the massacre of political prisoners in 1988, of which the new President of Iran, Mr. Ebrahim Raisi, was a member.
Solving the country's problems, ending poverty, unemployment, discrimination, structural corruption, and establishing effective governance are not possible except through such a struggle. The will that in the first step challenged and successfully opposed the regime's plans to ensnare the country is commendable. This resistance must continue by empowering society, strengthening demand movements, and paving the way for the transition from a system that has made such a criminal its preferred figure and empowered him.
Ebrahim Raisi is one of the main perpetrators of the executions of the last four decades, especially the massacre of the Black Summer of 1988. He is accused of participating in the murder of thousands of political prisoners in 1988, who were mostly tried and sentenced to prison and awaiting the end of their imprisonment and release. Ebrahim Raisi, who is accused of murder, has been promoted several times. He was appointed head of the judiciary two years ago and will now be president for the next four or possibly eight years with the support of the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic.