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Iran Regime’s Systematic Corruption and Iran’s Economic Crisis

News from Iran indicates how people are grappling with economic hardships, particularly the skyrocketing prices and inflation. Meanwhile, the state-run media acknowledge how the regime’s economic mismanagement has created Iran’s economic crisis. People wait in long lines for hours to purchase their basic needs at governmental prices.

“There have been over a month since we face poultry scarcity around the country, and there are difficulties in distributing it. Each kilogram of poultry should be sold at 20,400 tomans. Unfortunately, a limited number of poultry is distributed among people standing in long lines to purchase [poultry at a government-set price],” wrote the state-run Young Journalist Club (YJC) on Sunday.

“If the government’s officials go to the market, as ordinary people do, they would see that most shops either do not have poultry or selling it at high prices. The poultry [which is supposed to be sold at] 20,400 tomans is being sold at 40,000 tomans. There are long queues in front of markets and shops that distribute poultry at the [adopted] prices. While 1,000 tons of fresh chicken and 1,000 tons of frozen chicken were to be distributed daily to meet Tehran province’s 1,700-ton need, Rahmati, the Chamber of Trade inspector Unions, said that a total of 90 tons of poultry has arrived for Tehran. This should be distributed in Tehran and other cities of the province,” wrote the state-run Tasnim news agency on Thursday in this regard.

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News from Iran indicates how people are grappling with economic hardships, particularly the skyrocketing prices and inflation. Meanwhile, the state-run media acknowledge how the regime’s economic mismanagement has created Iran’s economic crisis. People wait in long lines for hours to purchase their basic needs at governmental prices. “There have been over a month since we face poultry scarcity around the country, and there are difficulties in distributing it. Each kilogram of poultry should be sold at 20,400 tomans. Unfortunately, a limited number of poultry is distributed among people standing in long lines to purchase [poultry at a government-set price],” wrote the state-run Young Journalist Club (YJC) on Sunday. “If the government’s officials go to the market, as ordinary people do, they would see that most shops either do not have poultry or selling it at high prices. The poultry [which is supposed to be sold at] 20,400 tomans is being sold at 40,000 tomans. There are long queues in front of markets and shops that distribute poultry at the [adopted] prices. While 1,000 tons of fresh chicken and 1,000 tons of frozen chicken were to be distributed daily to meet Tehran province’s 1,700-ton need, Rahmati, the Chamber of Trade inspector Unions, said that a total of 90 tons of poultry has arrived for Tehran. This should be distributed in Tehran and other cities of the province,” wrote the state-run Tasnim news agency on Thursday in this regard. Systematic Corruption Systematic Corruption
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