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Iran, 58 million to vote for the meps on the day of the alarm coronavirus: low turnout
the TEHRAN - were opened at 8 am this morning local time in Iran (5:30 in Italy), the seats for the parliamentary elections. Iranians to elect a new Majlis, the Parliament of the islamic Republic, are almost 58 million. The voting operations have been extended to four hours, would have had to last ten hours, the turnout has been very low. The vote happens at the end of an election campaign listless for the lack of interest, especially of the electorate on reform.

A low turnout, according to analysts, is intended to benefit the face of conservative that could regain control of the Majlis, the legislative Assembly, at a crucial moment for political life in the Country, with presidential elections set next year, and the always thorny issue of the succession to the supreme leader, the ayatollah Ali Khamenei .
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