Latest News in Brief- February 11, 2020

Latest News by the National Council of Resistance of Iran – February 11, 2020
On Tuesday, the Iranian regime holds the anniversary of its foundation. Yet, Reports from the MEK’ network indicate an overwhelming boycott of the Iranian regime’s anniversary of its foundation.
Written by Hamideh Taati

IRAN PROTESTS
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the president-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) wrote on Twitter:

Fearing widespread boycott of the sham election, today, Rouhani repeatedly implored the people to not stay away from the polls. As a patriotic duty, Iranians are determined to boycott this farce, as their bond with martyrs, especially the 1,500 martyrs of the Nov. 2019 uprising

THE CONTENT OF THIS PAGE WILL BE UPDATED WITH THE LATEST NEWS OF THE IRAN PROTESTS.

Maryam Rajavi

@Maryam_Rajavi
Fearing widespread boycott of sham election, today, Rouhani repeatedly implored the people to not stay away from the polls. As a patriotic duty,Iranians are determined to boycott this farce, as their bond with martyrs, especially the 1,500 martyrs of the Nov. 2019 uprising. #Iran

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IRANIAN PEOPLE BOYCOTT THE REGIME’S ANNIVERSARY OF ITS FOUNDATION
On Tuesday, the Iranian regime holds the anniversary of its foundation. Yet, Reports from the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI, Mujahedin-e Khalq or MEK ) network indicate an overwhelming boycott of the Iranian regime’s anniversary of its foundation. This is despite all military, schools and universities and government institutes and their families’ mandatory participation.

NCRI-FAC

@iran_policy
Replying to @iran_policy
Pics from various locations around the country reflecting the shallow rallies around the country, a complete failure for the regime, that has only one message: The end of the regime is near.#FreeIran2020 #IranRegimeChange

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In Urmia, the main rally on the anniversary of the regime’s foundation. Another big “no” to the regime. #IranRegimeChange #FreeIran

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@iran_policy
Replying to @iran_policy
Empty streets on anniversary rally of regime’s foundation. Jomhouri street, Tehran, bizarre show of isolation and illegitimacy for a criminal regime that killed over 1500 innocent #Protesters during November2019 #IranProtests.#FreeIran2020 #IranRegimeChange

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Reports from the #MEK network indicate an overwhelming boycott of the #Iran-ian regime’s anniversary of its foundation. This is despite all military, schools and universities and government institutes and their families’ mandatory participation.#FreeIran2020 #IranRegimeChange

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IRANIAN REGIME PREVENTS THE WORKER OF PAYING SALARIES
The MEK network in Iran reported on Sunday, February 9, that workers of the Isfahan Tiles Industries have not received a part of their wages despite the passing of three years.

Workers said they have not even received their regular salary since July 2019. This industry is on the verge of shutting down due to the lack of raw materials.

 

People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK)
@Mojahedineng
Workers of the petrochemical industry – one of the last lifelines of #Iran’s regime – go on strike.#IranProtestshttps://english.mojahedin.org/i/iranian-regime-petrochemical-asaluyeh-apadana-izeh-khuzestan-20200202 …

Iran: Petrochemical workers on strike | People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK)
Reporting by PMOI/MEK Iran, February 2, 2020—Workers and employees of the Apadana petrochemical complex in Asaluyeh, southern Iran, went on strike on Saturday, February 1. A large number of these…

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It’s worth mentioning that the Isfahan Tiles Industry with its forty-year history is the second tiles industry in Iran.

MUNICIPALITY EMPLOYEES HOLD A PROTESTING GATHERING
Reports from MEK sources also indicate that municipality workers in Sirish-abad have gone on strike due to lack of payment. On February 9, 2020, employees of Sirish-abad municipality in the Western province of Kurdistan stopped work and held a gathering before the municipality building protesting about their non-payment.

People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK)
@Mojahedineng
November 6

Employees of the Shadegan (SW #Iran) municipality are protesting & demanding their paychecks that have been postponed for the past 8 months.

Reports also indicate the truckers’ nationwide strike has now reached 60 cities across 24 provinces.#IranianTruckersOnStrike

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PROTEST GATHERING BY RETIREES IN SHIRAZ
The MEK network reported that on Monday, February 10, 2020, some workers from the telecommunication Company in Shiraz, south of Iran, held a protest gathering before the governorate in this city. This is the third time that retired professionals along with their families have held a gathering. The Iranian regime has refrained from paying retirees their money after thirteen years.

 

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@iran_policy
· 24 Dec 2019
#IranProtests: Retirees, Teachers and Workers in Tehran and Various Cities Stage Protest Gatherings https://www.ncr-iran.org/en/ncri-statements/iran-protests/27123-iran-retirees-teachers-and-workers-in-tehran-and-various-cities-stage-protest-gatherings …#FreeIran #FreeAllProtesters #Internet4Iran

Iran Protests: Retirees, Teachers and Workers in Tehran and Various Cities Stage Protest Gatherings
National Council of Resistance of Iran latest statements about Iranian protests and demonstrations.

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In solidarity W/the #protest gathering of retirees,large no.of teachers protested in various cities,such as Mashhad,Shiraz,Sanandaj,Safashahr,Marivan&Saqqez. Some teachers carried signs that read”Imprisoned teachers must b released”&”Teachers don’t belong in prison.”#IranProtests

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THE LATEST NEWS – FEBRUARY 11, 2020

IRAN’S CONTRIBUTION TO GLOBAL GDP
The Iranian regime’s Statistics Center released a report on Iran’s gross domestic product (GDP) for the first six months of this year, showing a drop of 7.6 percent, or about 41 trillion Tomans, over the same period last year.

The report also notes that Iran’s GDP, without oil, did not change in the same period last year compared to the same period last year. In other words, Iran’s non-oil economic growth has been zero.

In the first nine months of this year, the activities of the industry and mines group led to a 2.7% drop and the services group a 5.7% drop. The report considers the main reason for the decline in GDP in the industrial sector is the 37% drop in oil and gas extraction, as well as a 35% decline in the value of mineral production in the country, due to the lack of management

According to the IMF’s assessment of Iran’s GDP last year, it has fallen by 4.9 percent and will grow at zero percent this year.

 

FRANCE CONDEMNS IRAN SATELLITE LAUNCH
On Monday, February 10, France condemned the Iranian regime’s launching of a ballistic missile in a bid to put a satellite in space, reported Agence France Press.

“France condemns this launch which calls on technologies used for ballistic missiles and, in particular, intercontinental ballistic missiles,” the French foreign ministry said in a statement after Iran announced it “successfully” launched a satellite Sunday but failed to put it into orbit.” Reported AFP.

“Iran’s ballistic programme hurts regional stability and affects European security. France calls on Iran to fully respect its international obligations in this matter.”

 

NCRI-FAC

@iran_policy
· 14 Oct 2019
Britain’s @Daily_Star: #Iran regime ‘readying for war’ with missile cities buried under concrete https://ncr-iran.org/en/9-uncategorised/26761-britain-s-daily-star-iran-regime-readying-for-war-with-missile-cities-buried-under-concrete …#IranRegimeChange #IranProtests

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Since the signing of the now-canceled #IranNuclearDeal, the #Iranian missile force has been stepping up its efforts with the purpose of “warmongering”.https://www.ncr-iran.org/en/9-uncategorised/26761-britain-s-daily-star-iran-regime-readying-for-war-with-missile-cities-buried-under-concrete …#FreeIran

Britain’s Daily Star: Iran Regime ‘Readying for War’ With Missile Cities Buried Under Concrete
Official website of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, NCRI is a broad coalition of democratic Iranian organizations and personalities informing the public.|Main Iranian opposition

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WHAT ARE THE IRAN PROTESTS OF 2019?
Friday, February 7, 2020, marks the 85th day since the beginning of the nationwide Iran protests.

The People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) has identified 724 of the more than 1500 protesters killed by the regime so far.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) has called on the United Nations to urgently send an international fact-finding mission to Iranian prisons to meet with the detainees.

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE UPRISING:
Number of uprising cities: 191

Number of martyrs: At least 1500

Number of injured: More than 4,000

Number of detainees: More than 12,000

Read more: Iran: Directorate of Tactical Training Complex of the Regime’s Seminaries in Isfahan Province Targeted

 

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