Iranian presidential elections: Reconsideration of the exclusion of candidates after Khamenei spoke of “injustice” they were subjected to

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comment on the photo, The Guardian Council had disqualified a number of prominent candidates, led by Larijani and Ahmadinejad

The Guardian Council, which monitors elections in Iran, announced that it may reconsider the decision to exclude candidates from the presidential elections scheduled for the eighteenth of this month.

Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei has said that some of those excluded have been wronged.

The council’s spokesman, Abbas Ali Kadkhodaei, tweeted: “The Supreme Leader’s orders are valid, and his rule is a duty of obedience. Soon the council will announce its opinion, admitting that it is not infallible.”

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Khamenei, who has the final say in Iranian affairs, last month adopted the Guardian Council’s decision to reject a number of prominent moderate and conservative candidates.





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