Human Rights, Solidarity with Workers

Iran: Protesting Metal Workers Prevailed on Every Demand!

We reported earlier that on 13-14 October, 600 metal workers from Factories Number 1 and 2 had gathered in protest outside the Labor Ministry and the Tehran Governor’s office and demanded their unpaid wages for the past 5 months.

On the 23rd of October, they were promised that a new management would be appointed by the government, and that their delayed wages would be paid from the regional funds.

The Iranian Workers’ Free Union reports that on the 23rd of October, all of these workers’ delayed wages were transferred to their accounts.

We along with the Iranian Workers’ Free Union and all labor activists across the world congratulate the metal workers on this great success.

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