By INU Staff
INU- Several different groups gathered in the Iranian capital this past Sunday to protest in front of the parliament.
Demonstrators included: preschool teachers, financial victims of the Samenolhojaj Institute, people from The Petroleum University of Technology and several other groups according to state run news agency ILNA.
The protesters were confronted by regime police officers who tried to disperse them claiming that the rally was illegal.
According to the ILNA report, the protesters went in the Parliament’s entrance for visitors which caused “severe crowding” and broke the gate on the visitor’s entrance.
The preschool teachers, who have protested outside the parliament on several other occasions, wanted the review process of the employment status of contract teachers to be completed before the start of the new school year in September.
Students and graduates of The Petroleum University of Technology rallied in front of the oil ministry in Tehran to protest the Iranian Regime’s broken promises when recruiting students. They wanted a joint meeting between their representatives and policy making agents.