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DUBAI: Iran’s central bank governor has partly blamed recent anti-government unrest for the fall of the Iranian currency to record lows, while authorities detained a prominent actress who had voiced support for protesters.
The unrest, which poses one of the biggest challenges to theocratic rule in Iran since the 1979 Islamic Revolution, also saw groups of oil workers holding protests on Saturday to demand higher wages, according to reports on social media.
The wider unrest currently gripping Iran was triggered by the Sept 16 death in detention of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman who was arrested for wearing “inappropriate attire” under Iran’s strict Islamic dress code for women.
Authorities on Saturday detained Taraneh Alidoosti, star of The Salesman which won an Academy Award for best foreign language film in 2016.,
This was after she voiced support for the protests and posted a photo of herself without a head scarf with a sign reading “Woman, life, freedom” – a main slogan of demonstrators.
“Alidoosti, who did not provide documents backing up some of her claims, was arrested hours ago by an order of the judicial authority,” the official news agency IRNA quoted a judiciary statement as saying.
Alidoosti was the latest of dozens of artists, journalists and lawyers detained over the past three months for speaking out against a violent security crackdown on the protesters, some of whom have been released on bail.
Separately, Central Bank governor Ali Salehabadi acknowledged that “the events of the past two months” had contributed, along with US sanctions, to a record fall of the Iranian currency, but suggested dollars could be injected into the market to shore up the troubled rial.
The rial has lost nearly 20% of its value since the nationwide protests erupted three months ago. — Reuters
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