Deniz polisinden Adalar çevresinde 'deniz taksi' denetimi

According to Iranian Interior Minister Ahmed Vahidi, 80 people who want to run for the next president of Iran applied by taking advantage of the five-day open registration window.

Elections had to be held after Ibrahim Reisi died in a helicopter crash. A special council will decide who can be a candidate in the June 28 elections.

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, a deeply conservative former president, runs in the presidential race alongside parliamentary speaker Mohammed Bagher Qhalibaf. All Iranian citizens can vote if conditions are met, including accepting Shiite Islam.

The Electoral Council makes the final decision on who can become a candidate. The council has always rejected women's candidacies, but it has claimed this was due to gender. To be elected, it is necessary to get half of the votes.


Albania News Agency


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