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Regime’s Economist: Corruption and Wrong Policies Are Iran’s Real Economic Problems, Not Sanctions

On Monday, Hossain Raghfar, one of the Iranian regime’s economists, underlined the mullahs’ institutionalized corruption, calling for an emergency economic situation in Iran.

“If the process of destruction and weakening of the economy and society in Iran is to be stopped, a fundamental decision must first be made and the ‘emergency situation’ must prevail in the country, because without it, [economic] reforms are not possible,” Raghfar said on Monday, in an interview with the state-run ILNA news agency.

“There are solutions for [economic] reform, but some do not want to implement specific solutions,” Raghfar added.

“We have said many times that the government itself makes the currency more expensive, which will affect people’s livelihood. It should be noted that this increase in the exchange rate is a source of income for the government and has fragile consequences for people. In other words, it creates a dangerous imbalance for families and their livelihoods. The consequences [of this action] will affect the country’s economy for years,” Raghfar added.

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“If the process of destruction and weakening of the economy and society in Iran is to be stopped, a fundamental decision must first be made and the ‘emergency situation’ must prevail in the country, because without it, [economic] reforms are not possible,” Raghfar said on Monday, in an interview with the state-run ILNA news agency. “There are solutions for [economic] reform, but some do not want to implement specific solutions,” Raghfar added. “We have said many times that the government itself makes the currency more expensive, which will affect people’s livelihood. It should be noted that this increase in the exchange rate is a source of income for the government and has fragile consequences for people. In other words, it creates a dangerous imbalance for families and their livelihoods. The consequences [of this action] will affect the country’s economy for years,” Raghfar added. Wrong Policies Wrong Policies
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