Military boots marching for more influence; A Red Alert for election

31 May 2005

It is reported today that Iranian minister of internal affairs-which is the organizing body of the election- has announced a warning on what he mentioned as unlawful approach of military personnel for controlling the election process. With Ghalibaf and Rezaee, running for presidency, military is now using it's influence to persuade the council of Guardians to let them get involve in the supervision of the lection process. This is the issue that Minster Lari denounces as being against the constitution according to which military personnel are prohibited in getting involved in supporting of political parties and candidates. 

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