More Iran protests as dollar rises
More Iran protests take place as dollar rises and forces social pressure on the population. On Sunday the Iranian people filled the streets of Tehran to protest against the continuing dollar rise. They find Iran’s regime economic policies the main problem.
The people tell other shop owners to “Close your stalls.” They also warned the government to “Leave Syria and think of us.” All this was recorded on mobile by Iranian activists and shared on social media.
The price of Iran’s “Bahar Azadi” gold coins has recently surpassed the 30 million rial mark ($6,950). This marks a 4 million rial (20 percent) increase in comparison to the previous week.
Some economic analysts also believe the increase of exchange rates and price of goods will increase inflation. The current economic mess in Iran is a result of inefficiency and irregularities in its budgets.