Insider news & Analysis in Iran

 An online campaign to boycott the country’s upcoming elections is being driven by  Iranian expatriates who oppose the theocratic regime governing in Tehran.

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Sky News Arabic aired a report on May 9th discussing Iran’s presidential election façade.

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Senior Iranian Regime officials are reportedly concerned about security in the run up to the 2017 presidential elections that they have started to crack down on basic freedoms and human rights.

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The Iranian Regime is certainly divided as its nears the May 19th election with some former candidates directly disobeying the supreme leader and an open discussion of the genocide it perpetrated in 1988.

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While US policy towards Iran is in the middle of a major overhaul, senior politicians should be aware that the upcoming Presidential elections in Iran will not result in a change of either domestic or foreign policy.

Amir Basiri, an Iranian human rights activist, wrote in the Washington Examiner: “The so-called election to be held in Iran will be neither free nor fair. However, this development bears major significance due to a series of political, economic and social crises this regime is facing internationally and domestically.” 

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 There are Iranian mercenaries throughout the middle east who spread the idea that Iran is a true democracy because of its four-year election cycle, but Mohammed Al Shaikh, a reporter from the al-Jazirah newspaper, wrote an op-ed for Al-Arabiya decrying any notion of democracy with Iran.

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