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Iran has elected a non-hardliner president, Dr Masoud Pezeshkian. He secured slightly over 50% of 30 million votes.

Ayatollah Kamenei rather ominously stated, "We know there are those who do not accept the current regime it is not like they are hidden and not seen."
Northwest · M
Being the President of Iran, is like being the manager of your father-in-law's business.
ChipmunkErnie · 70-79, M
From what I see reported, the majority of Iranians don't want an extreme right wing government, but they are forced to endure it by the power grabs of the religious extremists in the nation -- kind of like the GOP dram for the US.
Domking · 61-69, M
Keeping finger crossed - better if the new person gets a chance to govern and bring some sanity and freedom there.
MrBrownstone · 46-50, M
Does that mean he is pro LGBTQ?
Longpatrol · 31-35, M
@MrBrownstone Highly unlikely, but he is more likely to let up the pressure on women. Iran is still an Islamic country, it would be truly a surprise if they became pro-LGBTQ especially if their head of state and the administrative apparatus of the nation is filled with hardline theocrats.

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