Category Archives: Workers’ struggles

Oil and petrochemical workers’ strikes spread despite 700 dismissals

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Sham election and Haft Tappeh’s economic-political-security siege and sanctions

The following is a statement published on the Haft Tappeh Sugar Cane Company workers’ independent Telegram channel on June 18th 2021, the day of the Iranian regime’s election.

Haft Tappeh workers at the Shush Governor’s Office, August 2020.
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Arrested Haft Tappeh workers released

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Haft Tappeh workers: Threats of assassination and murder

The following is a statement published on the Haft Tappeh Sugar Cane Company workers’ independent Telegram channel.

Threats of assassination and murder

The lives of Haft Tappeh labour activists and their families are in danger!

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Fifth nationwide pensioners’ protest in a month against poverty!

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Haft Tappeh workers: We condemn the court summons of Ali Nejati, our retired colleague!

The following is a statement published on the Haft Tappeh Sugar Cane Company workers’ independent Telegram channel.

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Almost 100 Kurdish activists and citizens arrested

The Iranian regime’s new wave of widespread arrests of Kurdish activists and citizens continues to grow. The arrests by the IRGC (Pasdaran) Intelligence Organisation and the Intelligence Agency started on January 9th.

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Corona vaccination: Immediate – Free – Universal

The following is a statement published on the Haft Tappeh Sugar Cane Company workers’ independent Telegram channel.

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Pensioners, educators, medical staff and university lecturers protest in Tehran

On Sunday, January 10th, pensioners, educators of the literacy movement, doctors and staff of addiction treatment centres, staff and professors of the Azad University protested in Tehran.

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Tehran protest in support of Haft Tappeh workers

On December 23rd tens of students, pensioners, teachers and political activists demonstrated in front of the Iranian regime’s Justice Department in Tehran.

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