Registration to start for Iran’s presidential elections

6 May 2013 - 7:21pm
Official registration of candidates for Iran's upcoming presidential elections will start tomorrow, IRINN TV channel reported.
The registration will last until May 11.
From May 12-16, Iran's Guardian Council will look at each candidate, and determine whether a candidate is eligible to participate.
Iran's Interior Ministry will unveil the names of the candidates who are to participate in the elections on May 22-23.
After the candidates have been determined, the pre-election campaigns will begin on May 24, and end on June 12.
It has been announced that Iran will hold its 11th presidential election on June 14, 2013.

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