Ebrahim Raisi wins Iran's presidential election

Tehran-ALsharqiya, June 19: The hard-line conservative candidate, Ibrahim Raisi, won the presidential elections in Iran from the first round, by obtaining 62 percent of the votes, according to official preliminary results announced today, Saturday. 60 years ago, he received more than 17 million and 800 thousand votes out of 28 million and 600 thousand votes, knowing that more than 59 million and 300 thousand Iranians were invited to participate in the polls. According to the preliminary official results, the participation rate in the Iranian elections amounted to 48.2 in The percent is the lowest in the history of Iranian elections. Preliminary results of the Iranian elections that were held on Friday morning and extended until dawn today, Saturday, indicate that the hard-line conservative candidate, Mohsen Rezaei, obtained more than three million and three hundred thousand votes, while the reformist Abdel Nasser Hemmati received more than two million and 400 thousand million votes. And hard-line conservative Amir Hossein Qazizadeh Hashemi has nearly one million votes. Ibrahim Raisi was the most likely candidate to win the elections, which were held to choose a successor to moderate President Hassan Rouhani, and came in the midst of an economic and social crisis.


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