Iran’s interim president has announced the date of the presidential election

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Iran’s interim president has announced the date of the presidential election
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Iran’s interim president has announced the date of the presidential election

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Iran’s Interim President Mohammad Mokhbar has decided to hold presidential elections on June 28.

A high-level meeting was held under the chairmanship of Iran’s Interim President Mohammad Mokhbar, which was attended by the Speaker of the Parliament and the Head of the Judiciary.

It was decided in the meeting that the presidential elections in Iran will be held on June 28.

The registration of presidential candidates will be held from May 30 to June 3, while the campaign for the presidential election will be conducted from June 12 to 27.

Presidential elections in Iran are being held due to the sudden death of President Ibrahim Raisi in a helicopter crash.

The Iranian authorities have started the investigation of this helicopter accident, according to the Iranian media, the Chief of Staff of the Iranian Army, Major General Mohammad Bagheri, has formed an investigation committee.

This committee was established under the leadership of Brigadier Ali Abdullahi, the members of the committee have reached the accident site and started the investigation to find out the reasons for the destruction of President Ibrahim Raisi’s helicopter.

According to Iranian media, they will be brought to the public as soon as the investigation of the incident is completed. The helicopter of the President of Iran crashed on Sunday afternoon.

According to Iranian media, the accident occurred due to a technical fault, but it was not clear what the technical fault was.

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