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What Will Happen To The Reformists if Hashemi Rafsanjani Gets Disqualified?

Statements of Iran’s Guardian Council’s spokesman Abbas-Ali Kadkhodaei have shocked the Reformists into silence. Kadkhoda’ei said on Sunday in an interview with an ... Continue Reading →
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Lankarani Withdraws to Make Jalili the Frontrunner for Principalist Candidate

Iran’s presidential hopeful, Kamran Bagheri Lankarani withdrew in favor of Saeed Jalili, the secretary of Iran’s National Security Council. Saeed Jalili and Kamran Bagheri Lankarani ... Continue Reading →
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Iran’s Guardian Council Hinted at Hashemi Rafsanjani’s Disapproval

With only one day to the final list from the Guardian Council, Abbas-Ali Kadkhodaei the spokesman of the council said only those who are “physically capable” to perform ... Continue Reading →
Secretary of Iran's NSC, Saeed Jalili( First form left) reacts while attending a religious ceremony in the residence of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei May 2012. (Photo Credit: Khamenei.ir)

Jalili: Amputee Candidate Becoming Frontrunner in Presidential Race

By Masoud Foroghi Scores of people are stepping up for the presidency as we are witnessing more than 38 would-be candidates from the three major political parties in Iran, Principalists, ... Continue Reading →
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Subsidies Are A Hot Election Issue In Iran

September 2010, when Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced the first steps of a subsidy targeting plan through the state TV, he never have guessed that in less than 2 years, ... Continue Reading →
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Iran’s Elections 2013: The Reformists are Playing Ball

Six months after the 10th Presidential Election, the dust had settled and Tehran was calm after a period of unrest. The opposition didn’t reach their goal ... Continue Reading →
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Iran political parties prepare for presidential elections

Iran’sView: As we get closer to the eleventh presidential election in Iran, the activities of individuals, groups, parties, and coalitions have been increasing ... Continue Reading →