Voter turnout in Iran reached an anti-record

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Voter turnout in Iran's parliamentary elections was at a record low.

Axar.az reports that according to the information of the State Election Center of Iran, the Russian media wrote that the voter turnout in Tehran could be only 23.5%, and about 38% in the country.

Thus, out of 61 million Iranian citizens who have the right to vote, only 25 million went to the polls.

It should be noted that although the voting period was extended by 6 hours from 18:00 to midnight in the elections to the Parliament and the Assembly of Experts, which took place yesterday, it was not possible to increase voter activity.

It should be recalled that there were many appeals to boycott the elections in Iran. The authorities said that the "enemies" would be answered with voter turnout.

Azerbaijani national activists also wanted to go to the elections to prevent a representative of another ethnic group from becoming a deputy in only a few cities, and a complete boycott in other areas.

2024.03.02 / 14:39
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