Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman said all the necessary preparations are being made to make sure Iranians living abroad can vote in the upcoming presidential election.
Israeli forces have shot and martyred a Palestinian woman in the central part of the occupied West Bank over an alleged car-ramming and stabbing attack against the regime’s troops.
Just a few days to go before Iran’s presidential election, candidates are outlining their plans in an effort to secure enough votes to win the race for the country’s top executive post. Let’s take a look at some of those plans.
President Hassan Rouhani described elections as the only way to settle the country’s problems, stressing that alienation of voters will not help address anything.
Presidential candidate Sa’eed Jalili has dropped out of the June 18 presidential election, urging his supporters and those who have faith in the ideals of the Islamic Revolution to vote for fellow contender Hojjat al-Islam Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has delivered an address to the nation two days before polls open in Iran’s 13th presidential election, calling the forthcoming vote “decisive.”
Principlist candidate Alireza Zakani has resigned from the 2021 presidential election in support of fellow contender Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi, who enjoys the highest support among voters, according to opinion polls.
Mohsen Mehr-Alizadeh, one of the seven approved candidates for the upcoming presidential election in Iran has decided not to run in the race.
Iranian presidential candidate Ebrahim Raeisi has met with shareholders in Iran’s stock exchange market who lost savings in a market tumble last year, promising to follow up on their demand for the return of their lost investment in equities.
Presidential candidate Mohsen Rezaei says economic development in Iran is impossible without reforms in its power structure, declaring “reform from within” and a “novel economic architecture” as two of his goals.