Iranian reformists seek to create instability in the currency market
WANA (May 18) – Economic analyses indicate the foreign exchange market is going through a period of stability in Iran and is relatively calm.Yet, many reformists and outlets of this party seek to create inflammation in the currency market.
The reformist trend inside Iran, which considers the government’s success its failure, has been seeking to weaken it in various ways since the first day. This movement believes that the only way to return to power is to show the government inefficient in multiple fields.
The foreign exchange market and the rise in the price of foreign currencies can cause people’s anger, and the reformist wing is not only not upset by this incident but seeks to make this market more inflamed.
The reformist party spreads negative news freely in cyberspace and news sites while Iran is involved in a full-scale economic war.
In the coming winter, the reformists need to win the parliamentary elections. They assume that if they win the parliamentary elections, they can send a president from their party to the presidential palace next year.
The reformists in Iran have been waiting to win elections for several years. They believe that the only way to change the political taste of the people is to discredit Raisi’s government.