: Iran's economy is collapsing and fear of Saddam's fate[/size]
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"After the US withdrawal from the nuclear agreement in May this year and the expansion of US sanctions against Iran, Iran's national currency lost half of its value. All international companies to stop the import of Iranian oil threatens to inflict a major blow to the economy of the country. "
"The sale of oil accounts for 64 percent of Iran's total exports and is the main source of hard currency entering the country, the dollar and the euro," Hosseini said, referring to the collapse of the economy of a neighboring country, Iran. Era of Saddam Hussein. "
"The central bank of Iran, now under sanctions, faces great difficulties in carrying out financial transactions even within the country, making serious mistakes and misjudgments that have played an important role in bringing the economy into crisis."
The decline in the value of the Iranian riyal led to a rise in the prices of some imported goods by 100%. While the activity of the Iranian commodity exchange fell to a minimum. The government's decision to raise the fees for leaving the country further exacerbated the problem, al-Husseini said.
"There is no indication that the government knows the way out, everything is heading towards bankruptcy and mass impoverishment of the population ... If the United States has really set the goal of changing the authority and the political system of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the situation is now working for its benefit," Husseini said. The current will support any external intervention, only to get rid of the "regime" and stop the crisis.