HRANA’s Daily Review of Protests in Iran

On Sunday, August 28, 2022, at least seven protests took place in Iran.

A number of workers and personnel of Kuhdasht Municipality, Lorestan Province, gathered before the Governor’s office to ask for their demands.

In Urmia, a number of chauffeurs protested against three-month unpaid wages and other issues before the city hall.

A group of school service workers gathered before the Ministry of Education in Khuzestan and Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Provinces to ask for equal wages.

A number of the applicants for the nationwide university entrance exam protested in Tehran against a recent enactment of the Supreme Council of the Cultural Revolution.

A group of personnel of the petrochemical company Bonyan Tose Rastin assembled and protested at their workplace in Bandar Imam Khomeini.

A group of truck drivers held a protest at Border terminal Nordooz located in East Azerbaijan Province. These drivers have been waiting for passage permits for five days at the border crossing with Armenia.


HRANA’s Daily Review of Protests in Iran

On Wednesday, August 10, at least 10 protests and one labour strike took place in Iran.

The retirees of Iran Air (The National Airline of Iran) gathered before this Airline pension fund in Tehran to protest against the merger of the fund and the Civil Servants Pension Organization.

The pensioners of the Social Security Organization continued their protest in Khorramabad, Kermanshah, Babol, Rasht, Arak and Kerman. During their rally in Kermanshah, three pensioners were arrested but released after a few hours.



The residents of the village Dariab in Lorestan Province protested against the pollution of their village by the sewage of an industrial town. As a protest, they blocked the road connecting this industrial town to the village.

In Kermanshah, truck drivers went on strike in protest against their poor living conditions, low fares, expensive auto parts and fuel shortage.