Iranian teachers, farmers, store owners, and deposit losers rallied on Monday and Tuesday in separate gatherings in protest to their economic woes in Iran.
On Tuesday, creditors who have lost their savings to the Revolutionary Guards-affiliated Caspian Credit Institution gathered outside the Prosecutor General’s Office in Tehran demanding that those responsible for their stolen savings be brought to justice.
Also on Monday a group of teachers coming from cities across Iran rallied outside the Ministry of Education in Tehran, protesting the ongoing delays in their leave paychecks. The teachers were heard chanting:
“Incompetent minister, resign, resign!”
“Incompetent officials resign, resign!”
In another gathering outside the Ministry of Industries in Tehran, around 100 chicken farm owners held a rally on Monday, protesting the ministry’s destructive policies in regards to their industry, including importing a large volume of eggs from abroad.
In the town of Gachsaran in Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province, southwest Iran, a number of store owners held a rally outside the regime’s mayor office on Monday, protesting orders to evacuate their buildings.
In Mashhad, northeast Iran, clients of the Caspian and Badr-e Toos credit firms – both linked to the regime – held a rally outside the regime’s provincial governor office, demanding their stolen savings returned.