What Did The Iranian Presidential Candidates Said After Casting Their Votes?

 

Saeed Jalili Casting his vote in a polling station in holy shrine of Abulazim, south of Tehran.

Saeed Jalili Casting his vote in a polling station in holy shrine of Abulazim, south of Tehran.

Saeed Jalili: “Everybody must respect whoever the people elect…I ask all the people and supporters of candidates to help create the political epic.”

Mohsen Rezaee Casting his vote.

Mohsen Rezaee Casting his vote.

Mohsen Rezaei: “I have come here to say people are our main concern, that’s why I came to cast my vote. I will thank the Iranian nation for whatever decision they make today… My way is the continuation of the way of my martyred brothers.”

Reformist presidential candidate Hassan Rowhani Casting his vote in a polling station in holy shrine of Abulazim, south of Tehran.

Reformist presidential candidate Hassan Rowhani Casting his vote in a polling station in holy shrine of Abulazim, south of Tehran.

Hassan Rowhani: if the people create a great epic today on july 14, july 15 will be the victory day for the Iranian nation and not a particular candidate… the owner of this country is the nation. The country is theirs and their right… We are witnessing a higher turnout in this election.

Presidential candidate Sayed Mohammad Gharazi Casting his vote.

Presidential candidate Sayed Mohammad Gharazi Casting his vote.

Mohammad Gharazi: Today is the day of Resurrection for the revolution and the election. The enemy has sheathed its sword… what organizes the election are the votes of the people. I will accept whatever the Interior Ministry, the Guardian Council, and the nation say. I have told the guardian council in a letter that I will not have representatives because I fully trust their staff.

Presidential candidate Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf Casting his vote in a polling station in holy shrine of Abulazim, south of Tehran.

Presidential candidate Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf Casting his vote in a polling station in holy shrine of Abulazim, south of Tehran.

Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf:”Certainly only one of the candidates will be elected and people’s choice will be the best their votes will be respected… I want to make fundamental and basic changes in the area of progress and justice.”

Ali Akbar Velayati Casting his vote in Iran's Presidential and City Councils Elections.

Ali Akbar Velayati Casting his vote in Iran’s Presidential and City Councils Elections.

Ali Akbar Velayati: “What is most important is the people’s turnout and electing the best candidate… people should rush to the polls… Whoever people vote for will be respected by all of us.”

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