How would he be for PakistanAs Vote counting underway it seems Raeesi would be next president ... all 3 other candidates Rezaie, Hashemi & Hemmati have already congratulated Raisi.
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I doubt he will be in calibre of Dr. Beheshti. He was something else just recall what imam said after his assassination.He will be in calibre of Dr.Beheshti.
Ahmadinejad is the no body.
Probably Less than previous election ,but by how much i dont knew.How much was the turnout?
Good call. Turnout was effected by this being a run-away election. Everybody knew who would win on the morning of the election. If there was a much closer election, turnout would have been higher. Both political sides have millions of their voters sit out because of the overwhelming popularity of the winner. Couple that with the coronavirUS, and other factors. you had this close to the 1996 us election of bill clinton turnout. This turnout is normal for some Western elections on normal conditions. So nothing to be sad over.Well IR must look into voter apathy in recent election asap ... the turn out is about 49% and a part of that is due to corona and inhuman sanctions that have brought hardships to the people lives is natural but the main reason is internal that could have been avoided ...
Well IR must look into voter apathy in recent election asap ... the turn out is about 49% and a part of that is due to corona and inhuman sanctions that have brought hardships to the people lives is natural but the main reason is internal that could have been avoided ...
That's not completely correct. Turnout was actually 55.83%. From that percentage, 13.78% were void votes. When they don't consider the void votes, then the turnout is considered ed 48%.Turnout was 48% , and from those that did vote , about 14% put in a blank - void vote. ( that is 4 million people that put in a blank vote )
Compare that to the 2017 elections , where only 1.2 millions put in a blank vote.
The sum up - close to 60% of Iranians either did not vote or put in a blank - void vote.
No . Turnout was 48% .That's not completely correct. Turnout was actually 55.83%. From that percentage, 13.78% were void votes. When they don't consider the void votes, then the turnout is considered ed 48%.
Not all the void votes were blank for your information. Yes it can be guess that a lot of them could have been, but void votes include unreadable votes (poor handwriting or smudged etc), voting for candidates whom had dropped out (some poll stations had displayed the candidate name and number of jalili, zakani and mehralizadeh as well, so some people who didn't know ended up voting for them). Also some poll station votes had to be completely voided as there were people paying voters outside the station to vote for a certain individual (an example is a poll station in varamin). All these added together makes up the 4,562,210 void votes.
48% is the percentage of actual votes, ignoring the voided votes... The actual turnout was 55%.No . Turnout was 48% .
52% did not vote . You can add to that the void votes if you want to see how many people did not participate - and you will come close to 60% that either did not vote or put in a blank or void vote .