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The dark past of Iran's new presidential favourite

19 June 2021

9:22 AM

19 June 2021

9:22 AM

‘Each vote counts…come and vote and choose your president. This is important for the future of your country.’ These were the words of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei this morning as he urged people to make their voices heard in today’s presidential election.

Each vote doesn’t count, of course. The regime makes sure of that.

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