ISW: Protest movement in Iran has largely culminated

The protest movement in Iran has largely culminated at present, Report informs, citing the Institute for the Study of War (ISW).

“But this culmination does not mean that the anti-regime movement has ended. The protesters likely retain their anger and frustrations toward the regime. The pro-Pahlavi Mashhad Neighborhood Youth urged protesters to continue their struggle against the regime on January 25,” the Institute said.

According to the ISW, grievances related to deteriorating economic conditions and essential service provision have generated the most protest activity in Iran in recent days: “Petrochemical and telecommunication workers and retirees have held several small-scale demonstrations throughout Iran since January 22. The regime, particularly the Raisi administration, has appeared unable to meaningfully address these issues thus far. These poor internal conditions will likely stoke anti-regime frustrations and could reignite the protest movement in the months and years ahead.”

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