The June 30 headline of the DonyaEghtesad (world economy), a newspaper in Iran, outlines the current state of Iran's economy and points out that the most important duty of government is to create better living conditions for the citizens. The article reads:
According to reports from inside Iran,4 Kurd political prisoners sentenced to death, HamedAhmadi, Kamal Molaei, JamshidDehghani and Jahangir Dehghani, are still on a hunger strike. They have refused to eat since June 13th, when they realized they were being transferred to GhezelHesar prison near the city of Karaj to be executed. These4 prisoners are demanding to be returned to RajaeiShahr prison, also near Karaj.
Discussions between the P5+1 and Iran over the nation’s nuclear program have just entered what will be their last round of talks if the two sides are able to reach an agreement before July 20. Reportedly, all parties are focused on meeting that self-imposed deadline, although there are doubts about whether persistent differences can be resolved regarding some of the most fundamental topics, such as the extent of Iranian enrichment capability.