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Iran: The Actual Participation Rate in the Regime’s Elections Is 8.2%, Equivalent to 5 Million People

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To oversee the regime’s elections on Friday, March 1, the Social Headquarters of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) made significant efforts across various cities and many villages and locations where the regime’s supporters cast their votes. This exceptional endeavor involved, wherever possible, video and audio recordings or direct observations, and at times, intentional engagement in the voting process to provide detailed insights, conducted by the observers from the PMOI Social Headquarters.

In these evaluations, 1,941 polling stations, encompassing large, medium, and small stations in Tehran, as well as cities, villages, and various regions across the country, were continuously monitored from 8:00 a.m. to midnight. This was done to confirm and ascertain the accuracy of observations, statistics, and reports from other stations in 243 cities in all 31 provinces as thoroughly as possible.

The PMOI Social Headquarters provides this brief update on the outcome of the monitoring and direct observations across the country. It’s important to note that the regime extended the voting period, initially set to conclude at 6:00 p.m., on several instances until 12:00 a.m. on Friday night.

In the 1,941 monitored stations, a total of 156,597 voters were counted, averaging 81 voters per station. Extrapolating this to the entire country’s 59,000 stations, the estimated total number of voters is approximately 4,779,000, rounding up to 5 million. Therefore, given the 61,172,298 individuals eligible to vote as reported by the regime’s election headquarters, the participation rate, including those who voted voluntarily or under compulsion, is calculated to be 8.2%.

As announced by Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), this was effectively a referendum and a vote by the Iranian people in favor of overthrowing the religious dictatorship.

PMOI Social Headquarters in Iran

March 2, 2024