Iran's Presidential Election Trending
It is the country's first election since sanctions were lifted under the 2015 Iran nuclear deal
The Iranian regime’s president is not a decision maker. According to article 110 of the constitution, the Supreme Leader is the sole proprietor of most powers that countries such as the United States and France grant to their president, judiciary and the legislative. The Supreme Leader answers and has clearance to override the paltry authorities that the president assumes.
Best photo of election day so far...A chain of voters in Iran Election
Iran's interior ministry says more than 4M votes were cast in the presidential election, meaning a 70% voter turnout.
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Watch real time coverage on Election in Iran and how people full time in the process but still many question about fare election process
Polls open in Iran with voters set to give their verdict on President Rouhani's policy of opening up to the world https://t.co/Yt6tqNY1Ae pic.twitter.com/lE0fo8eJNs— AFP news agency (@AFP) May 19, 2017
Iran's interior ministry says more than 4M votes were cast in the presidential election, meaning a 70% voter turnout. pic.twitter.com/hVKuXBg4yy— AJ+ (@ajplus) May 19, 2017
▶️ Iran on Election Day: What brings Iranians to the ballot boxes? https://t.co/89aIunlhoM pic.twitter.com/R23SnLAqZG— FRANCE 24 English (@France24_en) May 19, 2017
It is the country's first election since sanctions were lifted under the 2015 Iran nuclear deal pic.twitter.com/IpCYphqdJM— VICE News (@vicenews) May 20, 2017