Fighting Corruption or Security Project

Saeed Aganji
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Fighting Corruption or Security Project

Fighting corruption or a security project

In the files known as Qir Sihfam, there is evidence of the involvement of security project contractors. In the corruption case worth $700 million in Qir Sihfam, there are two main suspects, one of whom is mentioned by security project contractors or Sefarshi Saba Azarpik. This is despite the fact that Ali Farhmand, the main suspect in the case, who is accused of money laundering, banking debt of over $200 million, and other charges, and has close connections with security and political authorities of the Islamic Republic, is not mentioned.

Ali Farhmand, who was released on bail of several hundred billion rials with coordination, fled to Turkey through the land border and changed his identity to Ali Aidan with Turkish identification number 43174732, and went to England, where he pocketed hundreds of millions of dollars and is currently engaged in economic activities with the Islamic Republic under a new identity.

Today, news of the use of two British banks to bypass sanctions was also published.

Foreign governments should clarify the situation sooner rather than offering refuge to individuals accused of money laundering. Iran Gate team will release more documents in the future.

If Saba Azarpik claims to fight against corruption, she should not selectively mention the names of individuals involved in a major corruption case, or it could be that the security employer did not allow the full disclosure of the names of the individuals in the case.


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Saeed Aganji is a journalist and researcher specializing in Iranian affairs. He has served as the editor-in-chief of the student journal "Saba" and was a member of the editorial board of the newspaper "Tahlil Rooz" in Shiraz, which had its license revoked in 2009.