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

Clerical regime threatens Resistance's supporters with death

ImageStatementsEmboldened by the report against the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI) by the U.S.-based Human Rights Watch, the Iranian Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) has stepped up its threats against the Iranian Resistance’s sympathizers and activists in and out of Iran.

The new wave of intimidation and efforts to set the stage for terrorist activities abroad is overseen by MOIS deputy Mohammad Reza Irvani, who has been responsible for assassination of dissidents abroad and the chain murders in Iran.

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.

1,000 candidates for Presidential election were deiqualified

Disqualifying 1,000 candidates for Presidential election sham demonstrates clerical regime’s illegitimacy and lack of future

The mullahs’ Guardian Council disqualified more than 1,000 candidates for the upcoming presidential election sham, approving only six as being eligible to run

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