Sunday, June 14, 2009

Wind of Change in Iran; Impressive Youth Power

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has been re-elected as president of Iran in a resounding victory, the interior minister says. He won some 62.6% of the vote in an election marked by a high turnout of 85%, official figures show.

Supporters of pro-reform candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi have cried foul and clashed with riot police in Tehran, despite a ban on public protests.

It was a fair win but i wanted reformists to win and resume talks with West. Iranian youth wants to open up, revolution thing has to dilute in the wind of change.They ran the campaign through Facebook , Twitter and Internet.....

My interest in Iranian election is logical, my forefathers and generations spent more time in Iranian part of Balochistan than any other part of the world. It is one of the country having close cultural and linguistic similarities to my language and culture.Present election tells a lot about the future of Iran, a wind of change is around the corner.






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