Iran’s very conservative president Ibrahim Raisi Who took office in August, was previously the head of the Iranian judiciary, and in the last weeks of his tenure he put forward a proposal to raise the salaries of the judiciary. However, the government headed by He changed his mind and withdrew from their plan.

– We’re worried They demand a wage increase in the judiciary. He said in parliament on Wednesday that this would lead to similar demands in other areas of the country cute anthropomorphic Head of Government Administration and Employment Agency.

On Sunday, the liberal Iranian newspaper, Shargh, published a recording of a protest that came out of the parliament building in Tehran with hundreds of men and women.

“If you don’t solve our problem, we will end justice!” Protesters chanted.

In turn, the newspaper “Arman Melli” reported that “some law enforcement officials organized, on Saturday, demonstrations in most cities of the country in protest against Parliament’s rejection of the wage hike bill.”

The demonstrators held a banner that read, “Justice workers are unable to support themselves,” and denounced “the hypocrisy of the government and parliament.”

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