Turning to Iran’s economic struggles, Rowhani said that despite high prices for Iran’s oil, “we don’t see a healthy and dynamic economy.” “If we had an accurate and comprehensive plan, most of the country’s problems could have been resolvable,” he said More here.
It is good to see that some bickering is beginning to take place. The silence of the Seyyeds is breaking, and people are jockeying for positions in the Seyyed elections in the Spring. More and more Seyyeds will voice their displeasure as the economic noose is tightened. Money talks.
The people of Iran will have to build reserves for the day when national strikes will praralyse the country, and people power will reign over the Seyyeds.