-No.1 Sham Elections
“Free Political Prisoners,” “Not Gaza, Not Lebanon, My Life For Iran,” “Raisi 1988 Murderer”
Terrified of growing popular protests, the inhumane mullahs’ regime on the night of Wednesday, May 17th, dispatched a large number of Revolutionary Guards and paramilitary Basij members, alongside motorcycling units,
NCRI - Intense factional feuding during the Iranian regime’s sham election campaign has led to the spokesperson for the judiciary announcing that a number of people had been detained for “stealing certain documents” at the request of one of “the campaign headquarters”.
Estimating the total value of smuggled goods remains a challenging calculation due to its illegal and secretive nature, according to a report wired by the semi-official Fars news agency.
NCRI - With only day remaining until the Iranian regime holds its sham presidential election, the candidates are traveling to different cities attacking and uncovering each other’s secrets.
NCRI - Despite all the restrictions on internet in Iran, in the run up to sham presidential elections, Iranian youth have found ways to circumvent these restrictions and social networks are filled with remarks questioning the integrity of the elections. This has angered the regime officials who continually express anxiety about it. Almost no day passes by without giving notices and warnings in this regard and large-scale arrest of social network managers are widely reported.
Iran: Why Officials Warn Each Other Over Regime's Election
NCIR - “Ali Larijani has put the rest of his honor on sale”, says Alireza Zakani, former regime’s MP from Khamenei’s band, in reaction to parliament speaker’s support of Hassan Rouhani’s candidacy.
NCRI - Following the death of dozens of miners in the Azadshahr Yurt mine of Golestan Province (northern Iran) Labor activist and political prisoner Behnam Ebrahimzadeh sent a message saying the Iranian regime is responsible for this tragedy.
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