Iranian Government to Allocate Subsidies to Labors for Ramadan
The Iranian government has announced on Saturday that certain subsidies will be allocated to labors for Ramadan. During the recent years, labors’ families have experienced difficulties for accessing to food materials in the holy month of Ramadan.
“According to agreements with Iranian government, certain subsidies will be allocated to labors in all around the country.” The announcement published by Labors’ House read.
Ali Mahsooli, an Iranian activist, says these kinds of subsidies are allocated to labors for the first time during the presidency of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. “As the national economy struggled to find its place in regional markets, Iranian government had stopped supporting local labors financially. However the recent announcement promises better conditions to the families of labors.”
“I believe that the current government is trying to recover its damaged reputation by offering such helpings to labors’ families. Ahmadinejad had come up with several financial plans for labors, but he didn’t take them into action. Now, he is working hard to recover his reputations.” Ali Mahsooli added.
The Iranian activist also went on to acknowledge labors for tolerating the conditions. “In other countries, labors’ parties hold protests and demonstrations against governments from time to time. But in Iran, labors have accepted these conditions. I am sure that numerous problems will happen inside Iran, if labors decide to go on strike.”