In an attempt to separate out large numbers of people who nominate with very basic or no credentials, Iran's Guardian Council has revised the criteria for individuals intending to run as presidential candidates.
As we get closer to the registration date for the upcoming presidential election, which is on May 11, more political figures are announcing candidacy. In this report, we explore the possible candidates and their agendas.
As Iran’s 13th presidential race draws near, many Iranian and foreign media outlets have been busy speculating about who will most likely run.
The leader of France's National Rally party, Marine Le Pen, lambasted the French government about how little it has achieved on the questions of security and immigration.
Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad officially registers for participation in upcoming presidential elections, a crucible for the country’s efforts to defeat its adversaries and restore calm and security. Assad forwarded his request for candidature in the May 26 elections to Syria’s Supreme Constitutional Court on Wednesday.
Trump has tested negative for the coronavirus, the White House physician announced, shortly before the start of a campaign rally in Sanford, Florida on Monday.
On Sunday, Russia is holding a single voting day to elect regional and local authorities, as well as four members of the lower chamber of the Russian parliament.
Facebook is adopting a number of measures against Iranian, Russian, and Chinese outlets seemingly for monitoring US election and preventing any interference in the competition.
Mahmoud Vaezi called for maximum participation of the people in the upcoming parliamentary elections.
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei says the upcoming parliamentary elections in Iran are taking place at a critical time of U.S. pressure and attempts to drive a wedge between the Iranian nation and government, calling for a large turnout in the polls to foil Washington's “evil intentions.”