صحف نت - Although the Iranian regime repeated announcing that economic growth is on the increase and the rate of inflation is one-digit to make citizens feel joy, as the economic situation is better, but in fact everyone is surprised that these are only government slogans. The situation is witnessing the tragedy of citizens, where some citizens live in graves, others under bridges, in cardboard boxes , as well as the living crisis, with the IRGC dominating a third of the Iranian economy.
Sleeping in graves
While government slogans about improving the economic situation in Iran were spreaded , everyone was surprised by the tragedy of a group of citizens living in empty graves, especially the grave of Shahriar city and the real face of the mullahs were revealed.
Sleeping in cardboard boxes .
After the discovery of the story of living in the graves there are some crisis related to sleeping in cardboard boxes under bridges and in sewer pipes . So activists on social media networks shared a lot of pictures comparing the situation of the inhabitants of graves and the poor with the status of the ruling mullahs who follow the course of nobles in the halls of myth .
The Revolutionary Guard dominates a third of the economy
Despite the fact that 11 million people live below the poverty line, the ruling regime does not feel the poor, and the IRGC controls a third of Iran's economy.
The low wages of workers and the high number of people living below the poverty line have increased three times as many as about 9 million and 700,000 Iranian workers are below the poverty line.
At the same time, an institution announced that 80 percent of employees were living below the poverty line. On the other hand, 60 percent of Iranian industries were closed or close to closure.
In Iran there are about 19 million Iranians living in slums, as well as the evacuation of 34,000 villages and the displacement of their inhabitants between the city and its districts .
Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce of the regime in Iraq,Yahya Al-Ishaq, admitted that "Iran's current per capita income, compared to 55 years ago, has fallen to about 30 percent and the welfare of the people has shrunk compared to 40 years ago, with 45 million Iranians living in a crisis.
More than 60 percent of the Iranian population can not balance their income and living costs, he said.
"بإمكانكم إيضاً مطالعة خبر (Know the Ugly Face of Iranian Society (Report) - صحف نت) من موقع (اليمن العربي)"