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How Iranian Reformists’ Victory Can Turn Into Defeat?

For Iranian reformists, the twin parliament and Assembly of Experts elections on February 26 were also a chance to blow new life to their presence in the power circle ... Continue Reading →
Senior Reformist leader, Mohammadreza Aref

Iran’s Reformist Presidential Candidate Urged Depoliticization of the Society

Mohammad Reza Aref, the reformist presidential candidate who withdrew from the race in favor of the now president-elect Hassan Rowhani talked to reporters today, urging that the problems ... Continue Reading →
Iran's President Hassan Rowhani gesture during his first presser on June17,2013.

Don’t Expect Drastic Changes From Rowhani

Hassan Rowhani held his first press conference since being elected as Iran’s new president and answered questions from Iranian and international reporters regarding his proposed ... Continue Reading →
Hassan Rohani: I've very motivated for candidacy. You should ask Hashemi Whether he will support me or not. I'm not aware of Hashemi's candidacy in the last days of the registration. My fans have chosen "Purple" as the color for the election campaign.

Unified Iranian Reformists Behind Rowhani The Worst News For Principalists

Mohammad Reza Aref a reformist candidate in Iran’s upcoming presidential election announced his quit from the race in favor of the presidential candidate Hasan ... Continue Reading →
Presidential Candidate Mohammad Reza Aref (left), former Iranian president, Mohammad Khatami (Right).

Khatami Trying To Unify Reformists Behind Aref

Only one week to the Iran’s first presidential election since the 2009 election which president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad won causing street unrest, currently all ... Continue Reading →
ayatollah khamenei-speech

Iran’s Leader: Vote to Any of The Presidential Candidates is a Vote to The Islamic Republic

On the Commemoration of the 24th anniversary of the late founder of the Islamic Republic, Ayatollah Sayed Rohollah Mousavi Khomeini, Iran’s supreme leader ... Continue Reading →
File photo shows people casting their votes in Iran’s 10th presidential election, June 2009.

Iran’s Election: Poll Results Suggest a 50% turnout and A Run Off Voting

An analysis based on the results of three surveys conducted by three reliable Iranian polling centers shows that none of Iran’s presidential candidates would ... Continue Reading →