Iranian Leader: Elections guarantee the national interest of the country


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The leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran stressed that the elections guarantee the national interest of anyone who is interested in the national interest of the country.

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, in the early minutes of the 11th Majlis, cast ballots to the ballot box, saying: “First of all, Election Day is a national celebration. I congratulate. Secondly, it is the day of realization of the civil rights of the people who want to come and vote and get their participation in the administration of the affairs of the country to which they are entitled. Thirdly, it is a religious duty that we have already mentioned.

“The truth is that the election guarantees the national interest of anyone who is interested in the national interest of the country,” he said.

The Iranian leader reiterated: “My recommendation is first of all to work hard and vote for the people who have reached it, and to do so as soon as possible. This is our constant recommendation. Do not leave late at night. Vote just the first time of the first half of the day and the crowd will not crowd at the end of the day.

Ayatollah Khamenei added: “Then in each city, the number of candidates in this city to vote in Tehran to 3 people to vote for the name of 9 people, which is very helpful.

The 11th Parliamentary Election Day and the First Intermediate Fifth Parliamentary Assembly Election Day Khorasan Razavi is held.

According to the Tehran Provincial Election Headquarters, the number of eligible voters in the eleventh term of the Islamic Consultative Assembly and the first mid-term of the fifth term of the leading expert assembly in the province is 2 million and 4 thousand and 2 thousand and 2 People are the first to vote.

Across the country, there are 1,800 eligible voters, out of which 1,800 are eligible to vote for the first time when they are 5 years old. There are also 2,800 ballots in Tehran province for the Majlis and midterm elections of the Experts Council, of which 2,800 are urban, 3 are rural and 2 are mobile.


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