MP3: What hope for change in Iran under new president?

16.06.2013

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What hope for change in Iran under new president? MP3

Iranians elect a new president who calls his win a 'victory over extremism'. But Lowy Institute's analyst, Rodger Shanahan, tells us that, despite the size of Hassan Rouhani's victory, it will only bring incremental change. Source: abc.net.au

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