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Moderate Iran candidate concedes win by judiciary chief

Moderate candidate in Iran's presidential election concedes loss to hard-line judiciary chief in Instagram post.

6/19/2021 8:47:00 AM

Moderate candidate in Iran 's presidential election concedes loss to hard-line judiciary chief in Instagram post.

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The sole moderate in Iran 's presidential election conceded his loss early Saturday to the country's hard-line judiciary chief. It signaled the protege of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei had won a vote he dominated after the disqualification of his strongest competition.

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hardliner or moderate are meaningless here . once we voted Rouhani and his party but they disappointed us and I'm sure that Raisi will make it up for us specially in foreign affairs It’s only going to get worse. god is one, and all his religions are; man keeps dividing______ spiritual knowledge....... applies to all: nations, religions, individuals,

How many times do we have to tell you that there are no so-called Moderates in Islamic Republic (Islamic state!)? No more fabrication ! Election, or public whipping roundup? He clearly valued his life more than the presidency. If he didn’t concede his head would roll. Lol. There is no democracy in Iran.

Why Twitter is not labelling this as a misleading information?

Judge sanctioned by U.S. set to take over Iran presidency Iran ians voted on Friday in a contest set to hand the presidency to a hardline judge subject to U.S. sanctions, though many are likely to ignore the ballot amid anger over economic hardship and calls for a boycott by critics of hardline rule. And the vast majority of Iranians have all ready called him illegitimate.

EXPLAINER: Iran vote to determine next president, directionDUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Iran 's presidential election Friday will determine who will lead the country's civilian government as tensions remain high between the Islam ic Republic and the West over its tattered nuclear deal with world powers. Will Jimmy Carter certify it? horrible original name of Iran is Parsia

Iran votes in presidential election, tipped in favour of hardline judgeState-linked opinion poll and analysts put hard-line judiciary chief Ebrahim Raisi as the dominant front-runner in the election in which nearly 60 million eligible voters can cast their ballots by midnight.

Iran votes in presidential poll tipped in hard-liner's favorDUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Iran began voting Friday in a presidential election tipped in the favor of a hard-line protege of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei , fueling public apathy and sparking calls for a boycott in the Islam ic Republic. So Iran's elections are just as legit as Americas? “Election”, that’s funny. 'So let it be written....'

Iran election set to hand presidency to hardline judge Iran ians began voting on Friday in a presidential election likely to be won by a judge fiercely loyal to the religious establishment, although many people are expected to ignore the vote due to discontent with economic hardship and hardline rule.

EXPLAINER: Iran vote to determine next president, directionDUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Iran 's presidential election Friday will determine who will lead the country's civilian government as tensions remain high between the Islam ic Republic and the West over its tattered nuclear deal with world powers. No it won’t. That decision had already been made behind closed doors. Please remember this is a terrorist supporting regime, not a democracy. Khamenei runs the country. Don't even pretend and try to make this farce of an election legitimate. Nothing happens in that country without the dictator's say so. As I predicted no mention of Iranians boycotting the election in your piece. Even Ahmadinejad has fans in your fictional world but you can't see at least 70% of Iranians who won't vote.