The "CIA" for Iran: the demonstrations will continue
Journal January 8, 2018
Baghdad - Journal News
CIA Director Mike Pompeo has denied any involvement of his agency in the protest movement in Iran, in response to accusations by Iranian officials.
Pompeo commented on the accusations, stressing that it was the Iranian people who launched the protests, ruling out the end of the demonstrations despite the repression of the protesters.
"This is not true," Pompeo told Fox News, commenting on the accusations. Is one of the most recent (protests) began and continued to demand better living conditions and break with the religious system, which have been living under it since 1979.
"I think we will continue to see the Iranian people revolve ... the demonstrations are not over."
The CIA chief condemned what he called the weakness of the nuclear deal.
In the same context, figures attributed to the reformist movement in Iran condemned the Iranian authorities' approach to ignoring the real reasons for the popular protests in the country, and the focus on accusing countries and foreign parties in standing behind the outbreak of demonstrations.
The reformists considered the way authorities deal with the demands of a flight forward and try to export the crisis by accusing a foreign enemy of illusion.