Iran’s nationwide uprising marked its 117th day on Tuesday with protests continuing in various forms as people relentlessly took to the streets, held anti-regime rallies, and targeted the regime’s sites and symbols. On Tuesday, official and contract workers of the Mobin Petrochemical Company in the city of Asaluyeh, Bushehr Province in southern Iran, went on strike today demanding answers to their issues that have gone neglected for a long time now. In Tehran, defrauded investors of the Ramak Khodro auto company held a rally to demand a return on their stolen investments. Also in Tehran, students of Allameh Tabataba’i University held a gathering today to protest the intense security measures imposed on their campus. Several members of the MEK-affiliated Resistance Units marched in Tehran in broad daylight and chanted “Poverty-Corruption-High prices! We’re going to overthrow the regime!” “Death to Khamenei! Hail to Rajavi!” “This is the year Seyed Ali (Khamenei) is overthrown!” “Death to the oppressor! Be it the Shah or [Khamenei]!” “We swear on the blood of our compatriots, we are standing to the end!” and “This is the last message: more executions mean more uprisings!” In Dehdasht, southwest Iran, locals set ablaze a base of the IRGC paramilitary Basij units. In Kerman, south-central Iran, locals torched a poster of the eliminated IRGC Quds Force chief Qassem Soleimani installed near a paramilitary Basij base. In Abdanan, Ilam Province, western Iran locals torched a base of the regime’s IRGC paramilitary Basij units. In Jam, Bushehr Province, southern Iran, locals used Molotov cocktails and torched a large poster of regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei. In another development, today in Brussels, the International Committee in Search of Justice held a news conference, rolling out a new book, entitled, “Iran’s Democratic Revolution.” Dr. Alejo Vidal Quadras, ISJ President and Vice President of the European Parliament until 2014, Ingrid Betancourt, former Columbian Senator, and Presidential Candidate, and former MEP Struan Stevenson, who wrote three chapters of the book, addressed the conference. Former MEP from the Socialist Group, Paulo Casaca moderated the event.