Polling stations in Tehran, other cities deserted

ImageIran – election – statement no. 1

Based on reports received until 11:00 am, local time, hundreds of polling stations in Tehran and other cities were deserted, which reflected a decisive boycott of the election.

Contradictions in the number of eligible voters in two rounds of election

ImageIran – election – statement no. 2 - The clerical regime announced that the number of eligible voters had risen by 150,000 from June 17 to June 24.

Three hours into voting, polling stations are deserted

ImageIran – election – statement no. 3 - Reports by the Iranian Resistance’s observers from Tehran and other cities indicate that polling stations have been deserted by voters.

In Tehran, in Imam Ali mosque in Pirouzi Street, Soudmand high school, Kowthar mosque in and Ostad Shahriar school in Ghanat Kowthar Streets,

Five hours into the vote, polling stations remain deserted

ImageIran – election – statement no. 4 - Reports from Tehran indicate that the vast majority of the polling stations across the capital were empty.

No one has gone to vote in Abolfazl mosque in and Mottahari Labor and Knowledge Training College on Seraj Street, as well as in Imam Reza training center on Zamani Street

In a rally in Stockholm, thousands condemn HRW's biased report against PMOI

In a rally in Stockholm, thousands of Iranians, Swedish political personalities condemn HRW’s biased report against PMOI
Participants support democratic change in Iran lead by Maryam Rajavi, call for removal of terror tag on PMOI

This afternoon, thousands of Iranians residing in Sweden took part in a demonstration in Stockholm’s Sergel Square to condemn the policy of appeasement vis-à-vis the clerical regime.

A discredited political agenda

ImageHuman Rights Watch pushes a discredited political agenda under the smokescreen of a “human rights report”

- Procedure and sources used in the Human Rights Watch report on People's Mojahedin and its content unveil a political agenda serving the Iranian regime

- In flagrant breach of recognized norms of all human rights organizations, Human Rights Watch did not make any enquiries with the Mojahedin to substantiate its accusations

Former French First Lady, Danielle Mitterrand, Meets the President-elect of NCRI

ImageOn the eve of the second anniversary of the June 17 raid on the offices of the National Council of Resistance of Iran in Paris, former French First Lady Danielle Mitterrand, president of France Libertés Foundation, met and held talks with Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, in her residence at Auvers-sur-Oise.

Iran news in brief 2018

Regime Change in Iran: Onward to a Free Iran - Auvers-sur-Oise - January 19, 2018

Interview with Senator Robert Torricelli - France - Paris, January 19, 2018

Maryam Rajavi: I urge my compatriots to join the nationwide quest for freedom

NCRI on Twitter

Maryam Rajavi: The clerical regime’s overthrow is certain and within reach

The NCRI's Foreign Affairs Committee Chair: Iranian People Want Regime Change

UN Special Rapporteur speaks on dismal human rights situation in Iran


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