Source: Mehr News Agency, Tehran
As the vote counting ended in the run-off parliamentary election, 25 candidates out of 50 candidates in Tehran found seats in Majlis.
Two women voting in Tehran
Those with the most votes in the Tehran constituency are Bijan Nobaveh, Esmail Kosari, Ali Motahari, Ahmad Tavakoli, and Mohammad Reza Bahonar. Motahari and Tavakoli are the vocal critics of the Ahmadinejad administration.
In Tehran the main competition was between the mainstream United Front of Principlists (UFP) and the Resistance Front (RF) which is close to the government.
Some of the elected candidates were both on the UFP and RF lists.
The list of candidates on the order of votes received:
1. Bijan Nobaveh (a candidate of UFP and RF)
2. Esmail Kosari (UFP-RF)
3. Ali Motahari (Voice of Nation)
4. Seyyed Mahmoud Nabavian (RF)
5. Ahmad Tavakoli (UFP)
6. Mohammad Reza Bahonar (UFP)
7. Seyyed Mahdi Hashemi (RF)
8. Ali Asghar Zare'i (RF)
9. Fatemeh Rahbar (UFP)
10. Ali Reza Zakani (UFP)
11. Zohreh Tabibzadeh (UFP-RF)
12. Rouhollah Hosseinian (RF)
13. Hossein Mozafar (UFP)
14. Fatemeh Alia (RF)
15. Mahdi Kouchekzadeh (RF)
16. Gholamreza Mesbahi Moqaddam (UFP)
17. Laleh Eftekhari (UFP)
18. Mohammad Soleimani (RF)
19. Mojtaba Rahmandoust (UFP)
20. Hamid Rasa'i (RF)
21. Mehrdad Bazrpash (UFP)
22. Hossein Tala (RF)
23. Elias Naderan (UFP)
24. Alireza Mahjoub (Voice of Nation- House of Labor)
25. Hossein Najabat (UFP)
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