Iran Will Not Scrap Fraudulent Vote

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Protesting the Iranian Election Fraud

Protesting the Iranian Election Fraud

Iran ruled out on Tuesday overturning the disputed presidential election as US President Barack Obama said there were significant questions about the poll’s legitimacy and condemned the crackdown on post-election protests.

As international alarm mounted over the crisis, the most serious challenge to the Islamic regime in its 30-year history, Britain said it was expelling two Iranian diplomats after a similar move by Tehran.

At the same time, other European nations hauled in envoys to protest at the election and the repression of protests.

The top election watchdog, the Guardians Council, insisted the vote would stand.

“We witnessed no major fraud or breach,” spokesman Abbasali Kadkhodai said on English-language state television Press TV. “Therefore, there is no possibility of an annulment taking place.”

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  1 comment for “Iran Will Not Scrap Fraudulent Vote

  1. I support our Pres
    June 24, 2009 at 1:15 am

    We need to congratulate our President for keeping a cool head and not taking any action to support or encourage the demonstrators.. Republicans are calling him “timid.” He only looks that way when you compare him to Republican Presidents. Remember that blow-hard Ronald Reagan? always speaking out “tear down this wall,” supporting the solidarity movement in Poland etc…what an embarrassment. As Obama said – “we can bear witness to the world.” That doesn’t mean we have to bear a burden or name call or anything – just watch it carefully and if anyone asks what’s going on we can be good witnesses, they are always helpful.

    So all you Iranian protesters in Irvine STOP. You’re not helping our President – go home turn on the TV and witness the events.

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