Sunday, March 10, 2013

Iran: improper March 10, 2013

A member of Iranian parlement told website Khane Mellat that Central Bank and the pharmaceuticals deputy of the Ministry of Health don't act responsible in drugs that have been stalled in customs and allow them entry into the market.
The lack on foreign currency due to international sanctions on Iranian banks and inadequate management by some authorities has further exacerbated the shortage of drugs and the sharp rise in their prices.

ILNA reports that one hundred workers at the Iran Pouya Refigeration Factory were laid off. Similar reports about factories in Rasht have been cause for concern that at least four main factories in Rasht are on the verge of closure.
The Ahmadinejad administration has been repeatedly accused of not releasing the real statistics regarding unemployment and inflation.

President Ahmadinejad is being criticised for embracing the mother of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, who died last week .
According to Iran's Islamic rules, unrelated men and women are not allowed to touch.
Iranian officials and diplomats often bow instead of shaking hands with female foreign officials.


Er zitten nog steeds ter dood veroordeelde minderjarigen in Iran in de gevangenis.

Er worden kinderen opgehangen.

Er wordt een kind gehangen.


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