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Hardliner Ebrahim Raisi wins Iranian presidential election

by Nwani Chisom
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Oyogist has learned that amist the low turnout of voters in respect to the Iranian presidential election, long-serving conservative judge, Ebrahim Raisi won 62 per cent of the votes, according to preliminary results released by the national electoral commission.

With an outstanding gap of 17.8 million votes to Rezaei’s 3.3 million and Hemmati’s 2.4 million, the head of Iran’s Interior Ministry election headquarters Ebrahim is poised to become the New Iranian Leader.

Ebrahim’s win has since been confirmed by the commission. But Raisi’s rivals had conceded defeat even before the final results were released.

Reformist candidate Abdolnasser Hemmati, and also the Former governor of Iran’s Central Bank, wrote to the new president-elect Earlier today.

He wrote;

“I hope your administration provides causes for pride for the Islamic Republic of Iran, improves the economy and life with comfort and welfare for the great nation of Iran.”

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