Iranians held gatherings in four provinces, including Tehran, Khuzestan, Lorestan and Qazvin, in protest to not receiving their overdue wages or to demand their stolen savings.
On Tuesday, a group of educators working for Iran’s Literacy Movement Organization gathered in Tehran outside the Employment Department. They were protesting their lack of job stability, demanding that employment rules be carried out.
Also on Tuesday, workers of the Shadgan Water and Sewage Department in the southwestern province of Khuzestan went on strike in protest to not receiving their insurance.
Workers of the Aghajari Municipality in Khuzestan also gathered outside the municipality in protest to not receiving their overdue wages.
On Monday, a group of people who had registered and paid to receive automobiles from the Azarbaijan Vehicle Industry Co (AZVICO), gathered outside of the Consumers and Producers Protection Organization in Tehran. Reports indicate that the company had failed to hand over 6,000 automobiles to their legal owners.
Workers of the Medical Science University of Lorestan in western Iran gathered in protest to not receiving three months of their overdue wages and unsuitable work conditions.
A group of creditors who have lost their savings to the regime affiliated Ramak Khodro Company gathered outside the Ministry of Industry in Tehran. They held placards demanding their savings back.
A group of workers of the Iran Industrial Sponge Factory in the northwestern province of Qazvin gathered to protest not receiving their overdue wages.
According to the ILNA state-run News Agency, 10 years after the factory closed down, the workers and retirees have still not received their wages and their other financial demands.