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Zarif’s “We Will Survive”

By INU Staff

INU- A post from the Hassan Rouhani administration's Twitter page, which features a picture of Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif carrying the slogan "We shall survive", has elicited much criticism inside Iran.

Zarif targeted over anti-money laundering comments but he is not moderate

By Poorang Novak

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif is facing criticism from within the mullahs’ regime for comments that he made last week on rampant corruption and money laundering in Iranian institutions, with some in the faction of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei seeing this as the perfect opportunity to get rid of another member of President Hassan Rouhani’s cabinet.

Rouhani’s lies exposed by those close to him

By INU Staff

INU - Every time that Iranian regime president Hassan Rouhani has been in the spotlight over the past few months, he has spoken about a prospering economy that would soon reach new heights, unaffected by reimposed US sanctions.

During a government cabinet session on November 14, Rouhani said: “The regime is more stable than ever before. After the US sanctions, people are more optimistic. People may have complaints about the regime, that’s no problem, they should speak out their complaints and criticism loud and clear.”

Iranian regime attempts to combat economic crimes

By INU Staff

INU- Sources in the Iranian judiciary system said on Tuesday November 6th that two individuals have been sentenced to death because of their involvement with “organized and systematic disruption” in the country’s banking network.

Inside Iran’s Regime, Officials Shuffle as Dire Consequences Loom

By Mahmoud Hakamian

Troubling times lay ahead for the Iranian regime, according to various officials and state media. The alarming facts of the economy, have the country’s society participating in continuing protests and strikes.

Hassan Rouhani was summoned to appear before the country’s parliament on Tuesday, where he faced grilling by lawmakers over his administration’s handling of the Iranian economy.

By Edward Carney

As Reuters has reported, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani was summoned to appear before the country’s parliament on Tuesday, where he faced grilling by lawmakers over his administration’s handling of the Iranian economy.

Despite large-scale sanctions relief under the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers, key economic indicators such as unemployment and inflation have been steadily worsening in the Islamic Republic, and these trends apparently intensified this month as the United States re-imposed sanctions in line with its earlier withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.

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