As millions of Iranians unprecedentedly took to social media platforms demanding to stop executions in the country, Iran may see a change to its execution policies sooner than one might expect.
Worker protests have broken out in multiple locations around the country in recent weeks, as municipalities and employers fail to pay employees
Iran can move from totalitarian regime to modern, commercial nation.
The Iranian economy is in crisis and ordinary Iranians have courageously taken to the streets demanding that Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei step down.
Between the Iranian population and the US administration, opposition has only gotten louder.
The action comes after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned that the US would impose travel bans on prominent Iranian leaders as part of sanctions.
The U.S. State Department has said previously it had received videos of the Revolutionary Guards opening fire without warning on protesters in Mahshahr county in southwest Iran.
He said that there is no point to try and negotiate with the Islamic Republic.
In light of recent protests in Iran and US administration's "maximum pressure" campaign, the Iranian regime now has "very few options and all of them are bad."
The shooting down of Ukraine International Airlines flight 752, killing all 176 people aboard, has led to one of the biggest public challenges to the Islamic Republic's clerical rulers since 1979.