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What Do Elections Mean in Iran?

Voting in the Iranian regime’s Majlis (parliamentary) election on Friday, February 21, is “a religious duty” for Iranians, the mullahs’ Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei said on Tuesday, further revealing the regime’s escalating concerns about the Iranian people calling for a national boycott.

The Iranian government has a lengthy background in permuting concepts. The Islamic Republic’s founder Ruhollah Khomeini frequently mentioned valued terms such as “freedom,” “referendum,” “parliament,” “constituent assembly,” “republic,” “impoverished people,” etc. before the 1979 revolution.

Iran; Betting on Children’s Street Fights

The various social crises in Iran have reached a dangerous stage for the people, especially for women and youth.

Iran’s identity seems to have been tied with the emergence of thousands of injures and heartbreaking damages. In this context, a disgusting industry has taken shape among the poorer people in addition to many social crises that the Iranian scene is experiencing every day.

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