Candidates Preparing for Parliamentary Run-Off Elections in Iran

Many candidates failed to obtain the required minimum 25% of votes cast in their constituencies in the first round of Iran’s parliamentary elections held on Feb 26. They are now preparing to compete for the remaining seats in the run-off elections, which will be held on Friday Apr 29. IFP: The campaigns are underway in many […]

Many candidates failed to obtain the required minimum 25% of votes cast in their constituencies in the first round of Iran’s parliamentary elections held on Feb 26. They are now preparing to compete for the remaining seats in the run-off elections, which will be held on Friday Apr 29.

IFP: The campaigns are underway in many cities and provinces across the country, where 68 seats out of the Parliament’s 290 seats are yet to be decided. Campaigning has been notably absent from the capital city, Tehran, where all of its 30 seats were determined in the first round.

The pictures here show some of the candidates’ flyers pasted around the city of Malayer, Hamadan Province.

 

Read more: Our coverage of the first round election results.

 

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