Government Spokesman Ali Rabiee said on Tuesday that the 13th Presidential election in Iran which was held energetic with people's participation conveyed a very important message of a "Big No" to those behind the sanctions against the Iranian nation and those who had called the nation to boycott the election.
Mohsen Rezaei, Abdolnasser Hemmati and Amir Hossein Qazizadeh issued separate messages on Saturday morning congratulating Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi for winning the June 18 presidential elections.
Iranians went to polls to elect the 13th president of the Islamic Republic of Iran amid negative propagations from the foreign-based opposition and enemies of the country.
The presidential candidate Mohsen Rezaei has published 31 booklets, according to the number of provinces in Iran, revealing his plans which he claims are intended to revive the economy.
The third and final debate in Iran’s 2021 presidential election has gone according to an already established pattern of candidates joining two opposing fronts but also engaging in almost incessant attacks on the President Hassan Rouhani administration.
On Saturday and in the first live TV debate, the candidates in Iran’s 2021 presidential election appeared to face off, clashing over policy — and credentials — and offering roughly two divergent visions on how the country should be run.
Iranian presidential candidate Mohsen Rezaei, a former chief of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), says he predicted that Iran’s enemies would rally Arab countries against the Islamic Republic and lay an economic siege on the country as early as January 1982.
As we get closer to the election day, candidates begin campaigns in social media, TV and radio. The Tehran Times gathered all the remarks the presidential candidates made in the past 24 hours.
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has backed up the Constitutional Council against recent criticism of its disqualification of some presidential hopefuls.
Speaking to the Fars News Agency, Amir Hossein Qazizadeh Hashemi, a presidential candidate and sitting MP has said that if he wins the June 18 presidential elections his administration will continue the Vienna negotiations better than the current administration.