On the fourth day of registration for the Iranian elections, a woman went to the Interior Ministry and voiced her protest against plunder of her wealth by government-backed institutions in front of the cameras.
She said, “I invested in a licensed institution, the Caspian Credit Institute. I have not come here to (register to) become a president. But what shall we do? It has been five months that they have not given us our interests nor have they returned our money.”
Dozens of women who had deposited their money in the Caspian Credit Institute staged a protest demonstration in front of the mullahs’ parliament in Tehran on February 19, 2017.