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Labor strikes, protests on the rise, Mullahs' end very soon

Non governmental school teachers in Yazd protest against Mullahs


Sweeping protests are still hitting Iran's major cities where thousands of laborers are taking to streets calling for the end of the Mullah's regime, National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) reported. 

In Ahvaz region, steel workers gathered in front of the regime's governorate for the 45th consecutive day and marched on the streets of the city. The workers were chanting, "We are workers, not slaves", "we want our salaries, not promises".

Workers, contractors and sellers of construction materials of the recreational complex belonging to the regime's Ministry of Defense in Anzali, whose claims have not been paid over the past two years, staged a protest gathering. They had a banner which wrote: we are ashamed before our families on the verge of New Year, but you are having fun!

More than 300 nongovernmental school teachers in Yazd gathered in the city's Teacher Hall to protest the failure to pay their salaries for six months. One of their placards read: "Teachers rise up to eliminate discrimination"

Kerman Municipal Service workers gathered in front of the Kerman City Council in protest of failure to pay their salaries for four months.


Young job seekers from the Azadegan and Hoveyze as well as the trainees at West Karoon Susangerd Oil Company gathered in the mosque of Imam Ali in protest of unemployment and demanded recruitment.

Municipal Service and Landscape workers in Nazarbad of Karaj gathered in protest at nonpayment of their salaries for seven months.

Workers and employees of the Borujerd municipality gathered in front of the municipality in protest of not paying their salaries for eight months.

Hafez Tile Factory workers gathered outside the Industry and Mine Administration in Shiraz in protest against nonpayment of their delayed claims. They hung a worker in a symbolic show and chanted: "How many billions you got to sell the workers?"

Workers from the North East Railway Travers Company gathered in front of Semnan governorate in protest against the failure to pay their salaries for three months, their premium for six months, their New Year bonus and reward.