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An infography of how the "election" takes place in Iran under the Velayat-Faqih rule in Iran

MEK-Iran Election Was One Big Sham

An infography of how the "election" takes place in Iran under the Velayat-Faqih rule in Iran

A simple explanation of why “elections” in Iran under the rule of the current religious dictatorship is a farce

“In every respect, the sham parliamentary election turned out to be a crushing defeat for the regime in its entirety, particularly for its supreme leader Ali Khamenei, who wanted to showcase this sham as a sign of his regime’s legitimacy”, emphasizes Dr. Ali Safavi in an interview with NCR-Iran.org, the prominent website of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the NCRI.

 

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MEK Iran: State Media Admits Majlis Elections Had Lowest Voter Turnout in History of Regime

Empty ballot boxes at the end of Iran parliamentary election an indication of a nationwide boycott

The regime acknowledged the successful boycott of last week’s sham Majlis (parliamentary) elections this week, contradicting its initial statements that voter participation was high.

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Iranian people didn't vote

MEK Iran: Mullahs Fail to Get People to Vote

Iranian people didn't vote

Iranians boycotted the sham election in Iran, saying NO to religious dictatorship

The Iranian regime did its best to get people to come out and vote in the recent parliamentary elections, but it failed miserably because the fact is that the Iranian people despise the mullahs and the dictatorship.

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Iran election

MEK Iran: Evaluation of Iran’s Election Results

Iran election

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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Iran election boycotted

MEK Iran: Sham Elections Boycotted

Iran election boycotted

Khamenei, Rouhani, Zarif, and Iranian top officials are in a desperate situation after boycotting their election by Iranians

The Iranian regime wanted to bring as many people out to the polls in last Friday’s election as possible in order to give their fragile regime a much-needed boost in the eyes of the international community. A large turnout would have been what the regime used to justify the malign rule, claiming popularity among the Iranian people and asking what right the rest of the world has to intervene.

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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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An infography of how the "election" takes place in Iran under the Velayat-Faqih rule in Iran

Giulio Terzi: Regime’s Sham Elections Are Undemocratic

 

An infography of how the "election" takes place in Iran under the Velayat-Faqih rule in Iran

A simple explanation of why “elections” in Iran under the rule of the current religious dictatorship is a farce

On Thursday, Townhall.com published an article by former Italian Foreign Minister Giulio Terzi analyzing the Majlis (parliamentary) elections on Friday and the anticipated effects of a nationwide election boycott on the regime’s legitimacy.

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