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MEK Iran: Evaluation of Iran’s Election Results

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Victims of last November uprising in Iran tell us not to vote

At long last, Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli, Iran’s interior minister announced Friday’s election result. There were a total of 58 million people who were allowed to vote, but only 24.5 million actually showed up to vote, a 42.5 % voter turnout. However, in reality, based on the MEK Iran network, less than 10% took part in the mullah’s election.

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Iranian People boycotted the election

MEK Iran: Iranians Boycott Sham Election

Iranian People boycotted the election

Ali Khamenei failed to force people casting vote for his regime’s survival

Friday’s Majlis (parliamentary) elections in Iran featured deserted polling stations and last-minute pleas from regime officials for Iranian citizens to vote as people across the country made good on their promises to boycott the sham elections.

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Iranians boycotted the election

MEK Iran: Mullahs’ Regime vs. People in Yesterday’s Election

Iranians boycotted the election

Iranians boycotted the election ignoring the regime’s propaganda and pressures

Despite the Iranian regime’s officials putting pressure on Iranians to take part in yesterday’s parliamentary elections, the majority of Iranians indicated they intend to boycott them as a “show” against their sovereignty.’’

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Boycotting Iran election

MEK Iran: Iranian Regime Begged Public to Abandon Boycott of Election

Boycotting Iran election

Boycotting the election by the Iranians, a big blow to mullahs.

Yesterday, as Iranians had vowed to participate in a boycott of the regime’s so-called “elections”, they boycotted the mullah’s sham election. The parliamentary elections were turning into the latest crisis for the regime the world witnessed a great majority of Iranians, in particular, the youth and women did not cast their votes.

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Iranian people said NO to mullahs

MEK Iran: Officials Fear Consequences of Election Boycott

Iranian people said NO to mullahs

MEK Iran: Today, Iranian people once again said NO to the mullahs

Elections took place in Iran today. The electoral process was as corrupt as the regime that managed it and the people of Iran boycotted the election as it was expected.

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Iranian regime is a deadly dead-end

MEK Iran: Regime at Dead End on Election Day

Iranian regime is a deadly dead-end

The Iranian regime is in a deadly dead-end

On Thursday, the website Modern Diplomacy published an article detailing the current crisis in Iran as it relates to Friday’s Majlis (parliamentary) elections. The piece describes the dead-end currently facing the regime and the importance of the elections in maintaining the appearance of legitimacy. It also calls on the European Union to support the Iranian people by joining the maximum pressure campaign against the regime.

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Iranian people won't cast any votes in Friday election

MEK Iran: Patriotic Iranian Won’t Vote Tomorrow No Matter What Supreme Leader Says

Iranian people won't cast any votes in Friday election

Iranian people won’t cast any votes in Friday election, they have already said that their vote is regime change.

Iran’s supreme leader Ali Khamenei called voting in the upcoming parliamentary elections “a religious obligation” on February 18. What he did not share it that high participation is vital for the regime to maintain its façade as a popular and stable government to the Western world.

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Iran's Sham Election

Khamenei Says Voting Is Religious Duty as Boycott Movement Spreads

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Iranian people will boycott the regime’s Friday election, saying: MY VOTE REGIME CHANGE

Regime leaders are responding to the nationwide call for a boycott of Friday’s Majlis (parliamentary) elections with commands, pleas, and attempts to rig the vote as a crucial test of the regime’s legitimacy looms near.

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MEK Iran: Regime Trying to Prolong Its Survival

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As Iranian people boycott the regime’s election, the West must stop appeasing the mullahs

The Iranian parliamentary elections will be held on Friday, but given that the regime is facing a multitude of domestic and international crises, the real focus is on trying to prevent the fall of the regime.

In previous elections, the regime created the false distinctions of “Hardliner” and “Reformist” to make it seem like the Iranian people have a choice in these elections and give the regime legitimacy on the international stage. After all, there seemed to the West like there was a chance for the mullahs to reform internally and bring democracy to Iran.

Thus, the West opened a dialogue with the regime, which led to the appeasement policy and the ignoring of the Iranian people’s resistance. This reached its peak with the signing of the 2015 nuclear deal, which gave the regime billions of dollars to use for its warmongering and terrorism.

The  Iranian people’s uprisings in 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020 have demonstrated that the people reject the regime in its entirety, labeling reformists and hardliners as two sides of the same coin. While demanding freedom and democracy, the people chanted, “Reformist, Hardliner, the game is over”.

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