Iran’s Presidential Election: Live Stream

The Presidential Election has finished with Hassan Rowhani elected as Iran’s new president. Read detailed report here. [livestream credit=0] Continue Reading →
Man wrapped himself with a poster of Saeed Jalili. Tehran, July 10,2013.

In Photos: Supporters of Iranian Presidential Candidates Street Campaigning

Iranians will cast their votes in the presidential election on Friday June 14th. Since the 2009 Post-election protests turned into riots, many observers suggested a sharp decline in ... Continue Reading →
Three members of the Coalition of 2+1. From left: Ali Akbar Velayati, Gholam Ali Hadad-Adel, Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf.(photo credit: Fars)

Iran Election: Guardian Council Briefed Candidates While Adel Quits the Race

Representatives of the 8 Iran’s presidential candidates attended a meeting with the Election Monitoring Committee hosted by the Guardian Council’s spokesman, Abbas-Ali Kadkhodaei ... 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 →
Boy holding a Chafia as symbol of resistance, a picture of Iran's leader Ayatollah Khamenei and a banner reads 'My Life For Imam Khamenei'. (Photo Credit: FARS)

In Photos: Iran is Commemorating the Passing of the Imam Khomeini

Iran is commemorating the 24th anniversary of the passing of the late founder of the Islamic Republic, Ayatollah Sayed Rouhollah Mousavi Khomeini. Iranians across the country and abroad ... Continue Reading →

“World Powers Afraid of Jalili’s Candidacy”, Says Campaign Aide

In an interview with Iran’sView, Sayyed Hossein Naghavi, the head of Saeed Jalili’s presidential campaign in the capital city Tehran emphasized that the candidate is completely ... 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 →