Parties

Ahmadinejad Not to Support Any Candidate in Iran Election

Former Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad declared in a statement that he will not support any of the six candidates qualified to run in Iran’s upcoming presidential election.
Ali Motahari

A Different Look at Cancellation of Iranian MP’s Speech in Mashhad

While reformist and moderate newspapers as well as President Rouhani and the majority of Iranian Parliament harshly criticized the recent cancellation of the outspoken MP Ali Motahari’s speech in Mashhad, major conservative newspapers have held a different view of the incident.
raisi

Conservative Presidential Candidate Vows Strong Economic Management

A hopeful of the forthcoming presidential election has criticized the ongoing economic situation in the country and “unacceptable” living standards of the people, vowing strong economic management if elected president.
Rouhani Supporters Win All Seats in Tehran City Council

Rouhani Supporters Win All Seats in Tehran City Council

Reformist and moderate candidates have won all the 21 seats of Tehran’s City Council according to the final results declared by Tehran governor, ending the 15-year dominance of conservative councillors.
Iranian Principalists

Principlists eye convergence in preparation for victory in 10th legislative elections

Principlists get together to examine ways of securing much-needed unity for parliamentary elections expected to be held in early 2016.
ali-larijani (1)

Ali Larijani Confirmed as Iran Parliament’s Speaker

The long-serving speaker of the Iranian parliament, Ali Larijani, was chosen once again by the MPs as the speaker of the 10th Parliament on Tuesday May 31.
Kayhan

President Rouhani Urged to Answer 12 Questions in Today’s Presser

The leading conservative newspaper Kayhan has called on President Hassan Rouhani to answer 12 questions in his Tuesday press conference.
hashemi rafsanjani

Dos and Don’ts of Iranian Parties after Ayatollah Rafsanjani’s Death

Former Iranian president Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani had such a prominent role in Iran’s politics that his demise will have consequences for both reformists and conservatives in future.
Mardom Emrouz Newspaper-Ahmadinejad cartoon

Principlists and the Ahmadinejad paradox

Sadegh Zibakalam, a prominent professor of political science, weighs in on whether Ahmadinejad will make a political comeback.
Plasco-Rouhani

Tragedy Tainted with Politics in Iran

Opportunists are putting a political spin on the recent collapse of Plasco high-rise building in Tehran for personal gain.

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