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The final results of Friday’s presidential runoff election have been announced by the country’s election headquarters after the completion of the counting of votes.
News ID: 269    Publish Date : 2024/07/06

Iranians have headed to the polls in the runoff presidential election, a week after none of the candidates could secure the majority of votes in the snap election.
News ID: 268    Publish Date : 2024/07/05

The Constitutional Council of Iran verified the authenticity of the final results of the nationwide presidential election that was held on June 28, as the polls have been headed for a runoff slated for next Friday.
News ID: 267    Publish Date : 2024/06/30

Iran will hold a runoff presidential election on July 5 after Friday's vote saw none of the four candidates securing an outright win, the election headquarters announced on Saturday.
News ID: 266    Publish Date : 2024/06/29

Polls have closed in Iran's snap presidential election and counting of votes has begun at thousands of polling stations across the country.
News ID: 265    Publish Date : 2024/06/29

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei cast his ballot in Iran’s 14th presidential election at a polling station in Tehran in the first minutes of voting on Friday.
News ID: 264    Publish Date : 2024/06/28

Polling stations across Iran opened on Friday morning for the 14th presidential election. The voting started at 8:00 a.m. (04:30 GMT) on Friday. It will continue for 10 hours until 6:00 p.m., with the minister of interior having the authority to extend the voting time if necessary.
News ID: 263    Publish Date : 2024/06/28

The presidential elections in Iran will take place on June 28th, moved up following the tragic death of President Raisi in a helicopter accident on May 19th, while he was in his third year in office.
News ID: 262    Publish Date : 2024/06/27

Iranians will elect a new president in a nationwide election on June 28 after the passing away of President Ebrahim Raisi in a helicopter crash.
News ID: 260    Publish Date : 2024/05/21

Iranians are heading to polling stations on Friday to cast their ballots in the country’s runoff parliamentary elections.
News ID: 258    Publish Date : 2024/05/10

Iran's Interior Minister underscored the significance of the upcoming parliamentary run-off elections slated for May 10, highlighting the readiness of 11,500 polling stations across 15 provinces.
News ID: 257    Publish Date : 2024/05/10

Iran’s top election supervisory body – the Constitutional Council- has confirmed election results in more parliamentary constituencies across the country.
News ID: 256    Publish Date : 2024/03/18

Hadi Tahan Nazif, the spokesperson for the Constitutional Council, has announced that the cases of 52 parliamentary constituencies from 11 provinces have undergone scrutiny and have been officially confirmed.
News ID: 255    Publish Date : 2024/03/18

Vote count for Iran’s 290-seat parliament and the Assembly of Experts ended on Monday, three days after the elections, with the winners of 45 seats to be elected in the runoff polls.
News ID: 254    Publish Date : 2024/03/05

Iran’s interior minister puts the number of people who voted in the Friday parliamentary and Assembly of Experts elections at 25 million.
News ID: 253    Publish Date : 2024/03/05

Before the voting day had even arrived in Iran, Western media outlets became awash with reports and analyses predicting that Iranians would not turn up at the polling stations this year.
News ID: 251    Publish Date : 2024/03/02

Constitutional Council's spokesman Hadi Tahan Nazif described the March 1 elections as a manifestation of "religious democracy" in the Islamic Republic.
News ID: 250    Publish Date : 2024/03/01

Iranians are heading to the polls to cast their ballots for the country’s Parliament (Majlis) and Assembly of Experts.
News ID: 249    Publish Date : 2024/03/01

On Wednesday, Hadi Tahan Nazif - the spokesperson for Iran’s Constitutional Council- informed journalists that the candidates running for seats in Iran’s Parliament on Friday hail from diverse professional and religious backgrounds.
News ID: 248    Publish Date : 2024/02/29

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Imam Khamenei met with a number of first-time voters as well as the honorable families of martyrs on Wednesday, February 28, 2024.
News ID: 247    Publish Date : 2024/02/28