Once again, reformists abroad (which became the real pain of Iranian opposition in recent years) turned to virtual campaigning for election and use of main stream Iranian media, by influencing the lobbies in Europe and United States. Their calls were clearly heard not only by Iranian and international media, but also by politicians and parties in western countries.
For some Iranians this means hope and for other means buying time for a bloody dictatorship that has been caging them for over 34 years.
Who will be Iran’s next president?
for the people who are suffering from inflation, oppression, and strict Islamic rules, this show should head to the nearest democracy transit.
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