What to expect in Iran’s presidential election today

May 19, 2017, 12:38pm


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SINCE the Islamic revolution of 1979, Iran has been a curious mixture of theocracy and democracy. Every four years, it goes through a great bout of electioneering to choose a new president among candidates pre-selected by a group of clerics.
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