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 presstv iran first vp drops out of election to back rouhani
presstv-rouhani continues campagin tour

Iran’s president and presidential candidate Hassan Rouhani greets his supporters in the city background-color:#fff5a9;">of Tabriz on May 15, 2017.Iran’s incumbentPresident Hassan Rouhani, who is seeking rebackground-color:#fff5a9;">election in this week's presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election, has traveled background-color:#fff5a9;">to the city background-color:#fff5a9;">of Tabriz in northwestern Iran background-color:#fff5a9;">to convince more people background-color:#fff5a9;">to pick him for a second term just a few days ahead background-color:#fff5a9;">of the vote.

presstv-iran first vp drops out of election to back rouhani

Es’haq Jahangiri, the Iranian background-color:#fff5a9;">first vice president and a candidate in the country’s 12th presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election, has dropped background-color:#fff5a9;">out background-color:#fff5a9;">of the race background-color:#fff5a9;">to back moderate President Hassan Rouhani.Jahangiri issued a statement on Tuesday, saying he decided background-color:#fff5a9;">to enter the presidential race at senior reformists’ discretion and after consultation with President Rouhani background-color:#fff5a9;">to elucidate the country’s situation “at the beginning background-color:#fff5a9;">of the path we crossed.”As the presidential campaign is nearing its end and President Rouhani has been warmly welcomed by the Iranian people, “I feel I have done my duty and withdraw my candidacy” for the presidential race, he added.The vice president emphasized that he would make his utmost background-color:#fff5a9;">to support Rouhani and help him promote his future plans.“At the current juncture, I consider support

presstv-rouhani holds rally in tehran ahead of election

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani, who is seeking rebackground-color:#fff5a9;">election, has addressed thousands background-color:#fff5a9;">of his supporters at Azadi Stadium in the capital, Tehran, one week before the presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election.

presstv-rouhani registers for presidential race

Iran’s incumbent president, Hassan Rouhani, has put his name down for the upcoming 12th presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election.Rouhani arrived at the Iranian Interior Ministry's Election Office on Friday.The registration process for the May 19 presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election began on Tuesday and is scheduled background-color:#fff5a9;">to close on Saturday. Rouhani has been a member background-color:#fff5a9;">of the Assembly background-color:#fff5a9;">of Experts, the head background-color:#fff5a9;">of the Expediency Council's Center for Strategic Research, and a member background-color:#fff5a9;">of the Expediency Council.He has also served as member background-color:#fff5a9;">of the Supreme National Security Council (SNSC). He has also served as the council’s secretary and Iran's chief nuclear negotiabackground-color:#fff5a9;">tor.Rouhani was a member background-color:#fff5a9;">of Iran's Parliament from 1980 background-color:#fff5a9;">to 2000, also serving as the deputy speaker background-color:#fff5a9;">of the parliament from 1992 background-color:#fff5a9;">to 2000.He was elected as President background-color:#fff5a9;">of Iran on Jun

presstv-women campaign for pres. candidate rouhani

The background-color:#fff5a9;">election campaign background-color:#fff5a9;">of presidential candidate Hassan Rouhani, the incumbent Iranian president,  launches its women’s background-color:#fff5a9;">office in Tehran, Iran. (Phobackground-color:#fff5a9;">tos by PressTV - April 25, 2017)

presstv-rouhani registers for presidential race

Iran’s incumbent president, Hassan Rouhani, has put his name down for the upcoming 12th presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election.Rouhani arrived at the Iranian Interior Ministry's Election Office on Friday.The registration process for the May 19 presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election began on Tuesday and is scheduled background-color:#fff5a9;">to close on Saturday. Rouhani has been a member background-color:#fff5a9;">of the Assembly background-color:#fff5a9;">of Experts, the head background-color:#fff5a9;">of the Expediency Council's Center for Strategic Research, and a member background-color:#fff5a9;">of the Expediency Council.He has also served as member background-color:#fff5a9;">of the Supreme National Security Council (SNSC). He has also served as the council’s secretary and Iran's chief nuclear negotiabackground-color:#fff5a9;">tor.Rouhani was a member background-color:#fff5a9;">of Iran's Parliament from 1980 background-color:#fff5a9;">to 2000, also serving as the deputy speaker background-color:#fff5a9;">of the parliament from 1992 background-color:#fff5a9;">to 2000.He was elected as President background-color:#fff5a9;">of Iran on Jun

iran election: conservative drops out, backs ebrahim raisi

A conservative candidate dropped background-color:#fff5a9;">out background-color:#fff5a9;">of Iran's presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election on Monday background-color:#fff5a9;">to back a hard-liner, state television reported, narrowing the field background-color:#fff5a9;">of those hoping background-color:#fff5a9;">to unseat moderate President Hassan Rouhani.The report said Tehran Mayor Mohammad Bagher Qalibaf made the decision background-color:#fff5a9;">to boost the chances background-color:#fff5a9;">of hard-liner Ebrahim Raisi, believed background-color:#fff5a9;">to be close background-color:#fff5a9;">to Supreme Leader Ayabackground-color:#fff5a9;">tollah Ali Khamenei.Qalibaf's decision brings the number background-color:#fff5a9;">of candidates competing in Friday's background-color:#fff5a9;">election background-color:#fff5a9;">to five, though more may drop background-color:#fff5a9;">out in the coming days background-color:#fff5a9;">to solidify support for other candidates.This background-color:#fff5a9;">election marked Qalibaf's third presidential campaign, having previously lost running background-color:#fff5a9;">to the left background-color:#fff5a9;">of hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in 2005 and background-color:#fff5a9;">to the right background-color:#fff5a9;">of Rouhani in 2013.Also, many residents in the country's capit

presstv-presidential vote timelapse: may 13

Rouhani defends his job performance in campaign rallyA day after Friday’s blistering presidential debate, the presidential contenders continue with their campaigns in the last week leading background-color:#fff5a9;">to the background-color:#fff5a9;">election. Iran’s incumbent president Hassan Rouhani who is seeking re-background-color:#fff5a9;">election has defended his job performance over the past four years during a rally in the capital Tehran.Rouhani says his government’s measures and policies did not give the country’s enemies the chance background-color:#fff5a9;">to take advantage background-color:#fff5a9;">of the opportunities they had been given in the past. He defended the striking background-color:#fff5a9;">of the nuclear deal with the p-five-plus one group. Rouhani, however, said he is not satisfied with the removal background-color:#fff5a9;">of nuclear-related sanctions against Iran adding that ALL anti-Iran sanctions must be lifted. The presidential candidate pl

presstv-rouhani attends campaign rally in ahvaz

The supporters background-color:#fff5a9;">of Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani, who is seeking rebackground-color:#fff5a9;">election, gather at Takhti Stadium in the city background-color:#fff5a9;">of Ahvaz, May 16, 2017.Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani, who is seeking rebackground-color:#fff5a9;">election, has addressed his supporters at Takhti Stadium in the city background-color:#fff5a9;">of Ahvaz, three days before the presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election.

presstv-iran prepares for 2017 presidential election

Yusef JalaliPress TV, TehranIran is preparing background-color:#fff5a9;">to hold presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election in less than three months. Major political parties in the country are set background-color:#fff5a9;">to announce their candidates. President Hassan Rouhani has already declared his candidacy. Press TV’s Yusef Jalali has more on the latest developments regarding Iran’s 2017 presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election.

presstv-rouhani meets supporters in tabriz

Iran’s 12th presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election candidate, Hassan Rouhani, attends a gathering background-color:#fff5a9;">of his supporters in the northwestern city background-color:#fff5a9;">of Tabriz just a few days ahead background-color:#fff5a9;">of the country's presidential polls on May 19.

presstv-rouhani meets with supporters in isfahan

Iran’s 12th presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election candidate, Hassan Rouhani, attends a gathering background-color:#fff5a9;">of his supporters in the central city background-color:#fff5a9;">of Isfahan just a few days ahead background-color:#fff5a9;">of the country's presidential poll on May 19.

presstv-rouhani blasts us claims against iran elections

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has dismissed a recent US report criticizing background-color:#fff5a9;">elections in the Islamic Republic, urging American background-color:#fff5a9;">officials background-color:#fff5a9;">to focus on the internal affairs background-color:#fff5a9;">of their own country.“Elections in Iran are free, clean, competitive and democratic,” Rouhani background-color:#fff5a9;">told IRIB on the sidelines background-color:#fff5a9;">of a meeting background-color:#fff5a9;">of the Assembly background-color:#fff5a9;">of Experts in Tehran on Tuesday.In its 2016 human rights report released on March 3, US Department background-color:#fff5a9;">of State had questioned the elecbackground-color:#fff5a9;">toral process in the Islamic Republic.“I think those who are criticizing background-color:#fff5a9;">elections in Iran need background-color:#fff5a9;">to take a look at the recent [presidential] background-color:#fff5a9;">election [in the US] and the problems they had,” he added in reference background-color:#fff5a9;">to massive protest rallies held across the US and many other countries against the background-color:#fff5a9;">election background-color:#fff5a9;">of Donald Trump as president.The Iranian pre

presstv-3 candidates complain to election monitoring cmte.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and a contender in the forthcoming presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election has filed a complaint with Iran’s Election Campaign Monibackground-color:#fff5a9;">toring Committee abbackground-color:#fff5a9;">out allegations leveled by another candidate against him during a live TV debate.The cultural advisor background-color:#fff5a9;">to the Iranian president, Hesamoddin Ashna, background-color:#fff5a9;">told ISNA on Sunday that the complaint was lodged after presidential candidate, Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf, leveled three different accusations against Rouhani.He added that Rouhani complained background-color:#fff5a9;">to the committee that he was not given enough time background-color:#fff5a9;">to respond background-color:#fff5a9;">to Qalibaf’s accusations.Ashna expressed hope that the committee would investigate the complaint.During the background-color:#fff5a9;">first live debate among the six presidential candidates on Friday, Qalibaf claimed that Rouhani had failed background-color:#fff5a9;">to fulfill his promises

presstv-rouhani addresses supporters in hamadan

Iran's presidential candidate Hassan Rouhani, the incumbent president, addresses a meeting with his supporters in the western city background-color:#fff5a9;">of Hamadan ahead background-color:#fff5a9;">of the country's 12th presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election on May 19.

presstv-rouhani’s supporters meet former reformist lawmaker

Supporters background-color:#fff5a9;">of Iran's presidential candidate Hassan Rouhani gather at a meeting in Tehran attended by former reformist lawmaker Elahe Koulaei ahead background-color:#fff5a9;">of the country's 12th presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election on May 19.

presstv-raeisi hits back after rouhani's complaint

Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi, who is running in the forthcoming Iranian presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election, has hit back after another contender, Hassan Rouhani, filed a complaint with the country’s Election Campaign Monibackground-color:#fff5a9;">toring Committee abbackground-color:#fff5a9;">out allegations leveled against him during a recent live TV debate.Rouhani’s complaint came on Saturday after Raeisi claimed that the Education Ministry’s Reserve Fund had been plundered during the reign background-color:#fff5a9;">of the 11th administration.He made the claim on Friday during the second live televised debate among the six candidates contesting the 12th Iranian presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election.Raeisi responds background-color:#fff5a9;">to Rouhani’s complaintIn response, Raeisi said Rouhani filed the complaint against him because he had defended the rights background-color:#fff5a9;">of the Education Ministry staff.Raeisi said he was in possession background-color:#fff5a9;">of

what's at stake in iran's presidential election?

Iran is set background-color:#fff5a9;">to vote for a new president this Friday. Here's what is at stake in a complicated background-color:#fff5a9;">election. Iran's presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election on Friday is effectively a choice between moderate incumbent Hassan Rouhani and hardline jurist Ebrahim Raisi, with major implications for everything from civil rights background-color:#fff5a9;">to relations with Washingbackground-color:#fff5a9;">ton.Rouhani is still seen as the frontrunner, but he faces a background-color:#fff5a9;">tougher than expected challenge from Raisi, who has rallied religious traditionalists and working-class voters disillusioned with the stagnant economy.The economyThis is the issue driving the campaign on all sides as the Islamic republic struggles with a 12.5-per cent unemployment rate and minimal growth background-color:#fff5a9;">outside the oil secbackground-color:#fff5a9;">tor.Rouhani won praise for taming inflation and easing sanctions through a nuclear deal

what's at stake in iran's presidential election?

Iran is set background-color:#fff5a9;">to vote for a new president this Friday. Here's what is at stake in a complicated background-color:#fff5a9;">election. Iran's presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election on Friday is effectively a choice between moderate incumbent Hassan Rouhani and hardline jurist Ebrahim Raisi, with major implications for everything from civil rights background-color:#fff5a9;">to relations with Washingbackground-color:#fff5a9;">ton.Rouhani is still seen as the frontrunner, but he faces a background-color:#fff5a9;">tougher than expected challenge from Raisi, who has rallied religious traditionalists and working-class voters disillusioned with the stagnant economy.The economyThis is the issue driving the campaign on all sides as the Islamic republic struggles with a 12.5-per cent unemployment rate and minimal growth background-color:#fff5a9;">outside the oil secbackground-color:#fff5a9;">tor.Rouhani won praise for taming inflation and easing sanctions through a nuclear deal

what's at stake in iran's presidential election?

Iran is set background-color:#fff5a9;">to vote for a new president this Friday. Here's what is at stake in a complicated background-color:#fff5a9;">election. Iran's presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election on Friday is effectively a choice between moderate incumbent Hassan Rouhani and hardline jurist Ebrahim Raisi, with major implications for everything from civil rights background-color:#fff5a9;">to relations with Washingbackground-color:#fff5a9;">ton.Rouhani is still seen as the frontrunner, but he faces a background-color:#fff5a9;">tougher than expected challenge from Raisi, who has rallied religious traditionalists and working-class voters disillusioned with the stagnant economy.The economyThis is the issue driving the campaign on all sides as the Islamic republic struggles with a 12.5-per cent unemployment rate and minimal growth background-color:#fff5a9;">outside the oil secbackground-color:#fff5a9;">tor.Rouhani won praise for taming inflation and easing sanctions through a nuclear deal

what's at stake in iran's presidential election?

Iran is set background-color:#fff5a9;">to vote for a new president this Friday. Here's what is at stake in a complicated background-color:#fff5a9;">election. Iran's presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election on Friday is effectively a choice between moderate incumbent Hassan Rouhani and hardline jurist Ebrahim Raisi, with major implications for everything from civil rights background-color:#fff5a9;">to relations with Washingbackground-color:#fff5a9;">ton.Rouhani is still seen as the frontrunner, but he faces a background-color:#fff5a9;">tougher than expected challenge from Raisi, who has rallied religious traditionalists and working-class voters disillusioned with the stagnant economy.The economyThis is the issue driving the campaign on all sides as the Islamic republic struggles with a 12.5-per cent unemployment rate and minimal growth background-color:#fff5a9;">outside the oil secbackground-color:#fff5a9;">tor.Rouhani won praise for taming inflation and easing sanctions through a nuclear deal

presstv-iran candidates square off for second time

The second live televised debate with the presence background-color:#fff5a9;">of the six candidates contesting the 12th Iranian presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election has started.The six candidates face background-color:#fff5a9;">off in the debate on Friday background-color:#fff5a9;">to further elaborate on their plans and agendas as they campaign for the May vote.The hopefuls are scheduled background-color:#fff5a9;">to background-color:#fff5a9;">outline their agendas on domestic and foreign policy as well as cultural issues.Iranians will go background-color:#fff5a9;">to the polls on May 19 background-color:#fff5a9;">to elect the country’s next president.In an interview upon arrival at the headquarters background-color:#fff5a9;">of the Islamic Republic background-color:#fff5a9;">of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB), the incumbent Iranian president, Hassan Rouhani, who is running for a second term, said debates in principle aim background-color:#fff5a9;">to acquaint the nation with the thoughts and agendas background-color:#fff5a9;">of the candidates.If quotes are precisely cited in the debates and there is

presstv-iran candidates square off for second time

The second live televised debate with the presence background-color:#fff5a9;">of the six candidates contesting the 12th Iranian presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election has started.The six candidates face background-color:#fff5a9;">off in the debate on Friday background-color:#fff5a9;">to further elaborate on their plans and agendas as they campaign for the May vote.The hopefuls are scheduled background-color:#fff5a9;">to background-color:#fff5a9;">outline their agendas on domestic and foreign policy as well as cultural issues.Iranians will go background-color:#fff5a9;">to the polls on May 19 background-color:#fff5a9;">to elect the country’s next president.In an interview upon arrival at the headquarters background-color:#fff5a9;">of the Islamic Republic background-color:#fff5a9;">of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB), the incumbent Iranian president, Hassan Rouhani, who is running for a second term, said debates in principle aim background-color:#fff5a9;">to acquaint the nation with the thoughts and agendas background-color:#fff5a9;">of the candidates.If quotes are precisely cited in the debates and there is

presstv-rouhani, raeisi make last major appeal to voters

On the last day background-color:#fff5a9;">of campaigning for Iran’s 12th presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">election, the two main rivals gearing up for a head-background-color:#fff5a9;">to-head battle, Hassan Rouhani and Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi, are revving up their campaigns in the northeastern city background-color:#fff5a9;">of Mashhad.Incumbent President Rouhani arrived in Mashhad, the capital background-color:#fff5a9;">of Khorasan Razavi province, on Wednesday afternoon, and addressed his supporters in Takhti Stadium.Concurrent with Rouhani’s campaigning, Raeisi, the current cusbackground-color:#fff5a9;">todian background-color:#fff5a9;">of the Holy Shrine background-color:#fff5a9;">of Imam Reza (PBUH), also addressed his supporters in his home background-color:#fff5a9;">town.Two days before the background-color:#fff5a9;">election, the campaigning background-color:#fff5a9;">of the two main contenders is seen as a last-ditch effort background-color:#fff5a9;">to win over undecided voters.Unemployment and economic woes have centered the agenda background-color:#fff5a9;">of the candidates.Over 56 million Iranians eligible background-color:#fff5a9;">to vot

presstv-iran candidates to face off in final tv showdown

The contestants trying their chances background-color:#fff5a9;">of vicbackground-color:#fff5a9;">tory in Iran’s upcoming presidential background-color:#fff5a9;">elections are background-color:#fff5a9;">to hold their third and last debate background-color:#fff5a9;">to precede the May 19 polls.The session will start background-color:#fff5a9;">out at 16:30 local time (1200 GMT) on Friday, and is expected background-color:#fff5a9;">to last for at least three hours.The background-color:#fff5a9;">first one saw the aspbackground-color:#fff5a9;">irants sparring and addressing sundry issues. The second one was much more heated, with candidates aiming directly for each other’s past and present performances.The debate will gather incumbent President Hassan Rouhani, First Vice President Es’haq Jahangiri, Tehran Mayor Mohammad-Baqer Qalibaf, member background-color:#fff5a9;">of Iran’s Expediency Council Mostafa Aqa-Mirsalim, Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi, the current cusbackground-color:#fff5a9;">todian background-color:#fff5a9;">of the Holy Shrine background-color:#fff5a9;">of Imam Reza (PBUH) in the northeastern city background-color:#fff5a9;">of Mashhad and former vice presiden

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