Iranian Legislative Election, 2004

Iranian Legislative Election, 2004

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The Iranian parliamentary elections of February 20 and May 7, 2004 were a victory for Islamic conservatives over the reformist parties. Assisting the conservative victory was the disqualification of about 2500 reformist candidates earlier in January.

Read more about Iranian Legislative Election, 2004:  Background, Results, Official Statistics (from The Ministry of Interior)

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