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10/25/11

Ahmadinejad Allies Prepare For Parliamentary Elections

Source: Radio Zamaneh

Morteza Agha Tehrani
Morteza Agha Tehrani

The head of the Islamic Revolution Stability Front, Morteza Agha Tehrani, has urged authorities to safeguard the coming elections and ensure that “votes are not stolen and there is no cheating.”

The Stability Front, a newly established conservative group, was formed by supporters of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his allies.

In a meeting on Saturday in Qom, Agha Tehrani said: “If you truly want competent people to be elected to office, do not steal or buy votes and do not cheat.”

Iran's parliamentary elections will be held in March, and while the reformists have been indicating that they will boycott the elections, Ahmadinejad’s supporters have also separated from the core conservative elite to vie for seats in Parliament.

Agha Tehrani, who is referred to as Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s moral teacher, said: “Some tell me if we do not [cheat], we will not get the votes. I say, have you descended from the heavens that think you should be the sole winner of votes?”

Iran’s conservative faction has been very critical of the establishment of the Stability Front, calling for unity on the conservative front.

Ahmadinejad and his supporters are gradually distancing themselves from the established conservative principalist party and preparing for the coming elections on a more independent platform.Ahmadinejad allies prepare for parliamentary elections

The head of the Islamic Revolution Stability Front, Morteza Agha Tehrani, has urged authorities to safeguard the coming elections and ensure that “votes are not stolen and there is no cheating.”

The Stability Front, a newly established conservative group, was formed by supporters of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his allies.

In a meeting on Saturday in Qom, Agha Tehrani said: “If you truly want competent people to be elected to office, do not steal or buy votes and do not cheat.”

Iran's parliamentary elections will be held in March, and while the reformists have been indicating that they will boycott the elections, Ahmadinejad’s supporters have also separated from the core conservative elite to vie for seats in Parliament.

Agha Tehrani, who is referred to as Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s moral teacher, said: “Some tell me if we do not, we will not get the votes. I say, have you descended from the heavens that think you should be the sole winner of votes?”

Iran’s conservative faction has been very critical of the establishment of the Stability Front, calling for unity on the conservative front.

Ahmadinejad and his supporters are gradually distancing themselves from the established conservative principalist party and preparing for the coming elections on a more independent platform.

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