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13.06.2013

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Iranian election: a choice between hardliners or the sole reformer not banned from running MP3

Iranians go to the polls today in the first presidential elections since 2009, when the regime smashed a peaceful protest movement. Since then, the reformers have been jailed, marginalised and barred from running in this election. But the hardliners are not united and they're fielding several candidates. Some analysts argue that could give the sole reformer in the field a chance of winning. Source: abc.net.au

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