For the Iran presidential election, which will be voted next month, the conservative hardliner Raishi Judiciary representative who is negative to dialogue with Europe and the United States, and the vice president who supports the current administration who has taken the international cooperation route have submitted candidates. ..
The election campaign is scheduled to start on the 28th of this month.
In Iran, a presidential election is scheduled for the expiration of the term on the 18th of next month, and before that, candidates were accepted from the 11th to the 15th of this month.
On the final day, the 15th, a conservative hardliner, Raishi Judiciary, who was negative about dialogue with Europe and the United States, submitted a candidacy.
Rev. Raishi, who is also a legal scholar, is said to be highly trusted by Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, and in the presidential election four years ago, he criticized President Rouhani's economic policy, which was a candidate for international cooperation at the time.
In addition, First Vice President Jahangiri, who has supported the Rouhani administration, Mr. Larijani, the former chairman of the Iranian Parliament and an adviser to the Supreme Leader, and former President Ahmadinejad, who is popular with the poor, have submitted their candidacy.
The final candidates will be decided after the qualification examination by the "Constitutional Council" made by Islamic law scholars, and the election campaign is scheduled to start on the 28th of this month.
In Iran, the current administration has been criticized as the economy is in trouble due to prolonged US sanctions, and it seems that one focus will be on how to deal with the international community such as Europe and the United States in this election campaign.