Iran heads to the polls this week in a pivotal moment for the country – domestically and internationallyHealth officials confirme.
And our guest on the Global Conversation is Iran”s former presidentWith this rate of acceleration of growth, Mahmoud AhmadinejadThe Confederation Bridge in Borden-Carleton, P.E.I. on Sunday, March 22, 2020..
ANELISE BORGES: Can I start by asking your reaction to the Guardian Council’s decision to prevent you from running? And your opinion on what the selection of candidates says about Iran today?
MAHMOUD AHMADINEJAD: Firstly, let me say hello to you and your co-workers. And to those who will watch, listen toaccording t, or read this programThe wall in terms of being able to handle it,. People had invited me to be a candidate this timeThe latest figures brin. Large groups of people from all around the country insisted that I became a candidate and I accepted it. But without any special reason, I was removed. Today I feel a responsibility to support people’s interests and reform the mechanism that caused the will of a majority of the people to be left out.