Legislador iraní: Protestas podrían desestabilizar al país

El titular del Parlamento iraní advierte  que las recientes protestas podrían desestabilizar al país y pide  a las fuerzas de seguridad lidiar duramente con los manifestantes

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domingo 02 octubre 2022 14:41
IRÁN PROTESTAS
IRÁN PROTESTAS

El titular del Parlamento iraní advirtió que las recientes protestas podrían desestabilizar al país y pidió a las fuerzas de seguridad lidiar duramente contra los que, según dijo, ponen en peligro el orden público.

Mohammad Bagher Qalibaf declaró ante legisladores que a diferencias de las protestas actuales, que según dijo buscan derrocar al gobierno, manifestaciones previas de maestros y jubilados buscaban reformas.

Las declaraciones fueron divulgadas por el website del Parlamento.

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