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It has forced the regime to oppose the impending reforms, which resulted in unexpected costs, in addition to the efforts the already budgeted State welfare programs and infrastructure spending to continue. The cost of the Islamic Republic are very diverse. They range from cleaning public buildings and monuments from anti-graffiti of Government, a small fortune for the recruitment of new security forces, which was paid to the 130.00 a day for Iranian relations. In addition the regime has spent huge sums of money, to suppress the free flow of information. The Iranian leadership has doubled its efforts to interfere with satellite television and radio from abroad and further tightened control of the Internet. In the international business of Iran is more isolated than ever before. Corporations that operate in the Iran, are very hesitant to extend their contracts until political stability is coming with the Government.

Meanwhile millions of euros from the Iran are been made to Europe and other regions that appear to be safe havens. The Loss of investments enormously increased the complications in the planning of the budget for the regime. No compromise what’s still happen, are the sanctions threat of. Ahmadinejad insists no compromises in the negotiations to enter the nuclear research, a tough stance, which could have far-reaching consequences. The regime will be affected less by the sanctions, while the population will feel the impact and will air their anger over sanctions. Such financial thumbscrews would weaken any Government, but the Government of Ahmadinejad’s is particularly sensitive. The Iranian President has secured his political support through the distribution of Iran’s wealth to the poorest of society. If he’s now less money available for its distribution programs, Ahmadinejad is forced to put the loyalty of veterans, the officials and poor workers who were his tireless supporters. As it is most often used for risky bets, its available The odds are not very good.