Statement From Iranian President: Protests Must Be Listened To
President Ibrahim Reisi made remarkable statements after the religious leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s statement, “It is necessary to make a revolution in the cultural structure of the country.” Speaking about the ongoing demonstrations in the country, Reisi said, “Protesters are constructive, riots are destructive. Protests should be listened to.”
Mahsa Amini, who was detained on the grounds that she did not wear a headscarf while walking with her brother in Tehran, the capital of Iran, died in the hospital where she was taken to protests. Coma 3 days later, persisting for 3 months. At this time, when the demonstrations intensified, a remarkable statement came from the President.
REACT TO THE Motto “DOWNLOAD THE DICTATOR”
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who attended the program held at Tehran University due to the University Students’ Day, addressed the students there, according to the news of the Iranian official news agency IRNA. Responding to the slogans of “Down with the dictator” against Iranian leader Ali Khamenei at the Mahsa Amini demonstrations that have been going on for about 3 months in the country, the Chief said, “Today they say a dictator, who is the dictator? The USA will definitely not want a strong Iran. They are in a country they occupied such as Afghanistan, Syria and Libya. “They want Iran. Iran is different from these countries. The Iranian people will not give the United States an opportunity to implement this conspiracy,” he said.
THE PRESIDENT: IT IS PROTESTIC
Reisi said there is a difference between protest and riot, “Protesters are constructive, riots are destructive. Protests should be listened to.” aforementioned. Thus, the fact that Reis listens to the performances after Khamenei is interpreted as new changes in the country.
“REVOLUTION IN THE COUNTRY’S CULTURAL STRUCTURE”
On the other hand, Iran’s Supreme Leader Khamenei called for a “revolutionary restructuring” of the cultural system in the country, adding, “It is necessary to revolutionize the cultural structure of the country. culture in different parts of the country.”
WHAT IS THE LATEST SITUATION IN PROTESTS IN IRAN?
Iranian Chief Prosecutor Mohammad Cafer Montazeri said that while the “mandatory headscarf” protests that started after Mahsa Amini’s death in the country continue, they have also started working on the headscarf issue. Stating that the Iranian Parliament and the Supreme Council of the Revolution are working on the legal regulation regarding the headscarf and that the result will be announced soon, Montazeri said, “We will make a decision by adhering to the constitution. The work will be completed in 15 days.”