Reza Ulfat Nasab told a news conference of the Todd Coalition that a member of the board of directors had given a report to the media that they considered unrealistic, and that the issue should be further investigated.
Press conference Todd Coalition In the presence of representatives Virtual Business AssociationWas held on Saturday, May 7, by the Ministry of Silence to investigate the reasons for the separation of the Virtual Business Association.
According to Reza Ulfat Nasab, a member Todd Coalition, That a member has violated and given an untrue report to the media, and after investigations, we find out that the report is incorrect, must be answered. In fact, our complaint is from our friends and not from Mr. Shah Mizraei (Deputy Minister of Silence)
Ulfat lineage in response to دیجیاتو “I accept this criticism of the performance of the previous board, and perhaps the inconsistency of the view at the time,” he said, noting that it was the union’s weakness in the process that was disrupted by a letter to all programs. “But it was the first round, and unfortunately the performance process went to the margins, and the format of the objections is formal.”
According to الفتنسب, It was not the case that the members of the union were involved in the issue due to financial issues and so on. Fortunately, there have been formal flaws. For example, according to the existing laws, there must be attendance at the physical office union. We did not have this and this is the charge.
“During the Corona era, an active friend who is disabled and had to attend classes in person worked online,” Ulfat Nasab continued. This process was done because we were trying to get a license based on the conditions of the business owner. “But in the end it was an accusation against us.”
“There are a lot of problems with the ecosystem,” he said. I hope we can share this experience with the next groups. “Of course, if elections were held.”
We will not remain silent in the face of lawlessness
Sadegh Mohammadi, another member Todd CoalitionIn response to this question, Digito asked whether, given the current situation, you see a way out of the problems created in the election process, and if there is a way out so that the union is not finally separated, what guarantee is there that it will continue to operate? “We will do our best to pursue this concern.”
“We will not remain silent in the face of this lawlessness, whether as a coalition or as individuals,” Mohammadi said. “In this case, if we remain silent, we can no longer imagine the coalition or other individuals working for the rights of businesses.”
Criticism at the same time as the election
Ashkan Armandehi, another member of the Todd Coalition, said in response to Digito that the criticism had been made over the past three to four months: “If there was an issue and a challenge, why was it not raised in time? Why has the case been opened for so long? This should not have anything to do with us at all. “I think all the issues and criticisms of the previous board that have been raised during this period should be examined in an interactive atmosphere.”
“Whether the election is held or not, whether Todd wins or not, these issues should be clarified and we should learn for the next term,” he said, stressing that these open cases should be considered.
“There are brothers who are also members of the union and have given unreported reports,” Ulfat Nasab said. The Chamber of Trade Unions reviewed these reports and announced that they are businesses that have been active for 6 months and one day. “This issue has also been sent in writing.”
According to him, that a member has violated and given an untrue report to the media, and after investigations, we find out that the report is incorrect, should be held accountable. In fact, our complaint is from our friends and not from Mr. Shah Mizraei (Deputy Minister of Silence)
“We regret that the parliament that is supposed to oversee the administration is silent,” he lamented the parliament’s silence on the problems.
“Our question to the parliament is how to pursue a process based on an illegal report,” Armandehi concluded by asking the coalition a question.