Online Conference: Iran's Presidential "Election", Is a Choice Between the Worse and Worse Than the Worse for the Regime
NCRI - The Iranian election is neither free nor fair, but it is significant since the regime is facing unprecedented culmination of political, social, economic and international crises. The election’s outcome will make the regime weaker and more fractured, according to two leading experts.

Workers' Protests in Iran in Last Year

NCRI - Despite the regime's anti-labor measures, the workers were able in 2016 to have 2171 collective protests in different cities of Iran. The most important feature of rallies and protests by workers over the past year was the political slogans. The scope of the protests was so high that Guard Ashtari in reference to them told the state run ISNA news agency on February 26, 2017: "Now because of the closure of some factories and credit institutions, rallies are held that occasionally reach to 20-30 per day, and these rallies must be well managed. Because occurring of an accident in a city can have national and international repercussions. "

IRGC's 38 Year Record

IRGC terrorist designation & eviction from the region is needed for Middle East peace and tranquility

On April 22nd marking the 38th founding anniversary of the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC), General Mohammad Bagheri, chairman of Iran’s armed forces command, said the IRGC “acted as the ‘security shield’ of the Iranian nation and all the Muslim people through their presence in Syria and Iraq.”

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran

Iranian workers and toilers turned May Day to a scene of protest and expressing outrage against the mullahs' anti-labor regime. While in a despicable act the regime hold the sham labor day event at Khomeini’s grave, workers bashed this event and repeatedly cut Rouhani’s speech by their slogans. Workers chanted "It is mourning day today, worker’s life is doomed today." The MC of the event called the workers “mercenaries” and threatened them that he would shatter their mouths.

Maryam Rajavi
The enormous power in the unity of workers and other disadvantaged people will overthrow the mullahs' religious dictatorship

In a message on the International Workers Day, the Iranian Resistance's President-elect Maryam Rajavi sent a message to thousands of courageous workers in Iran who staged protests last year and expressed their demand for toppling the religious tyranny's corrupt, oppressive and despotic rule. She praised the fortitude of workers who voiced their protest at the cost of their jobs and those who were flogged and imprisoned or endured various forms of pressure and repression for doing so.

Maryam Rajavi's Interview With the French, Women Side Magazine

On April 12, 2017 Mrs. Maryam Rajavi the president elect of the Iranian resistance made an interview with the French ‘Women Side Magazine’ concerning the situation of women in Iran, and the exceptional status and presence of women on various levels of leadership in the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI) and their occupation of more than half the seats of the Iranian Parliament-in-exile, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), the following are excerpts of this interview.

Maryam Rajavi
A New Iran?

Maryam Rajavi Meets With Gilbert Mitterrand
Maryam Rajavi met and held talks with Mr. Gilbert Mitterrand on Saturday, April 29, 2017, in Auver-sur-Oise.

Mr. Mitterrand is the son of the late French President François Mitterrand, President of the France Libertés Foundation and one of the most renowned personalities in France.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran

The Iranian Resistance strongly condemns the vicious assassination of Saeed Karimian, the chairman of Gem TV and his colleague in Istanbul that was carried out by the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) on IRGC Day upon Khamenei’s order. The Iranian Resistance calls for the prosecution of the perpetrators and masterminds of this hideous crime, bringing them to justice, and blacklisting the IRGC.