By Reza Hoseani
David Lewis, executive secretary of the FATF Special Operations Group, said there was no guarantee that Iran would leave Iran’s blacklist. While the FATF deadline for Iran is over, the clerical regime has not yet decided to join it.
This is also due to the fact that the deadline for the second round of sanctions against the Iranian regime is swiftly approaching, but the EU package has not yet been set up.
It is worth mentioning that the FATF blacklist and the opening of the European Union office in Tehran have been named by the Khamenei Party « The Human Rights Poison Cup».
In fact, the consequence of the poisonous cessation of joining the regime to the FATF is that the clerical regime must immediately stop money laundering and financial support from the terrorists, which means losing one of its two basic foundations and, indeed, its most important leverage in exporting terrorism. Interference in the affairs of the countries of the region.
The opening of the European Union office in Tehran could also mean that the regime’s actions in the field of human rights violations have attracted more attention and put the regime in difficulty.
As a result of the positive response to these demands, the clerical regime faces a series of poisoned drinking cups, which actually accelerates the process of overthrowing it, and refuses to accept these demands, which will put the clerical regime more exposed to new pressures and sanctions, which is obviously economically And politically, given the critical social conditions, it does not have such capacity, and if it assumes the impossibility of accepting these pressures, it will accelerate its overthrow.
In fact, this situation represents a stalemate in which the clerical regime has been plagued. Whatever the situation goes, the revolutionary conditions and the booming social environment and the rising protests inside Iran, together with the very weak position of the regime in the balance of power and the international scene and its immediate and reciprocal effects on each other, make the situation more critical to the clerical regime. The doubt about the fate of the overthrow is as close as possible and closer.
Reza Hoseani is a writer, analyst, expert on Iranian affairs, a human rights activist and a defender of the rights of women, children and political prisoners