Iran: Regime officials refuse to pay back billions in loans .

NCRI – During the latest factional feuding within the clerical regime in Iran was revealed that some elements within the Iranian regime refuse to pay back a total of 70 thousand billion Rials in loans (equivalent to 7 billion dollars considering an exchange rate of 10 thousands Rial for a dollar). This aspect of plunder of the wealth of Iranian people by Iranian regimes’ elements surfaced in letters by Mahmoud Ahmadinjed to the mullahs’ chief of judiciary and prosecutor general Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Eje’i.

The letters were published by some media in Iran on December 31 and January 1. In another astonishing remark Ahmadinejad recently said that: “Some 300 persons have put 60 percent of country’s money in their pockets.”Consequently, in a counterattack Mohseni-Eje’i asked him to reveal the names of the debtors. Ahmadinejad had stated in his 17 December 2010 letter that he had provided the judiciary with reports on issues including nonpayment of the loans. In his letter on August 9, 2011 he referred to 390 cases involving sum of 70 thousands billion Rials in loans provided by 12 banks and credit institutions which had been taken up with public courts, special economic courts and the State Organization for Registration of Deeds and Properties.

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