The former member of the Islamic Republic parliament predicted widespread protests in the winter of 2022

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Masoumeh Aghapour Alishahi, a former member of the Economic Commission of the regime’s parliament, described the situation facing the regime as critical, which will lead to widespread protests in the winter of 2022.

Masoumeh Aghapour Alishahi, a former member of the regime’s parliament, warned in an interview with the Iranian Labor News Agency (ILNA) on Sunday, September 12, that “if economic reforms are not carried out, we will face security and social crises in the winter.” She continued, “In my opinion, the current administration should pay special attention to the solutions of the professors of the universities and other well-informed groups, and listen to their solutions,” she said.

According to the former member of the Economic Commission of the Islamic regime of Iran, “If economic plans are not reformed in the next two to three months, we will face a crisis in the winter of 2022, the first of which will be the unemployment crisis and then the security and social crises.”

Referring to the very high budget deficit this year, the former member of the Islamic regime’s parliament said, “We have several budgets in the country and we also have a hidden budget, which has special conditions and belongs to a series of special bodies that needs to be clarified.”

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