Mohsen Rezaee Censures Iranian Government over High Unemployment Rate

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Written By Farid Shojaei

Mohsen Rezaee, the Secretary of the Expediency Discernment Council of the Islamic Republic of Iran, declared his unhappiness with the high number of unemployment rate in country. According to unofficial statistics, more than 30% of Iranians are currently unemployed.

“The two words of ‘epic’ and ‘economy’ are important in the current conditions of Islamic Republic. In all around the country, people are talking about economic situations. This proves the importance of economic conditions in Islamic Republic.” Mohsen Rezaee remarked during a presidential campaign.

“Currently, Iran is experiencing critical situations. All organizations and companies must do their best to help Islamic Republic to pass the common problems and issues.” Rezaee added.

“Unfortunately the unemployment rate has been increased significantly in Iran during the recent years. If we don’t take a proper action at this time, the number will be increased in future too. A right management must try to find the best solution for country.” The former Chief Commander of Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) continued.

“The enemies of Islamic Republic are working hard to destroy Iran’s economy by imposing more sanctions on governmental and non-governmental corporations. I believe that Iran is able to lower the damages of these embargoes by establishing positive and constructive ties with American and European countries.”

Mohsen Rezaee also went on to declare support for Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. “I always follow the instructions and guidelines of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.”

Rezaee, an Iranian conservative, has recently registered his name for Iran’s upcoming presidential election. He ran as a conservative presidential candidate in the 2009 Iranian elections, but he managed to cast only 1.7% of ballots.