NewsSpecial WireIran election: Reports show low turnout in provinces

Iran election: Reports show low turnout in provinces

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Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Jun. 24 –The Imam Ali Mosque in Pirouzi Street, Soudmand High School, Kowthar Mosque, and Ostad Shahriar School in Ghanat Kowthar Street, Al-Aqsa Mosque in Tehran-Pars, ninth district municipality in Tehran-Pars Fourth Square, Rasoul Mosque in Majidieh Street, Tehran’s Sharif University of Technology in Azadi Street, Shayesteh School in Lashgar Junction in Tehran each had a handful of voters present. Iran Focus

Tehran, Iran, Jun. 24 –The Imam Ali Mosque in Pirouzi Street, Soudmand High School, Kowthar Mosque, and Ostad Shahriar School in Ghanat Kowthar Street, Al-Aqsa Mosque in Tehran-Pars, ninth district municipality in Tehran-Pars Fourth Square, Rasoul Mosque in Majidieh Street, Tehran’s Sharif University of Technology in Azadi Street, Shayesteh School in Lashgar Junction in Tehran each had a handful of voters present.

Minab (southern Iran): there was a heavy security presence though no voters were spotted at four of the polling stations and at other stations there were only a handful of voters.

Yazd (central Iran): a number of residents said that they would continue the boycott that took off during the first leg of the elections. A few dozen voters were seen at a number of voting centres.

Isfahan (central Iran): There were five people queuing to cast their ballots in the Razi School voting centre. The Lanjan district had tight security around voting stations. Imam Hadi Mosque – polling centre 25 – twelve security guards were seen as well as seven voters. Dehkhoda Mosque – polling centre 32 – 11 security guards were seen along with 10 voters. Chemran Mosque – polling centre 33 – 14 guards were seen along with seven voters. Arbab Mosque – polling centre 39 – one guard was seen along with 10 voters.

Khoramabad (western Iran): Shahrak Parsilvan was completely empty an hour after the start of polling. In the Kiv centre five people were seen lining up to vote.

Boroujerd (southwest Iran): In Kouye Mehdieh in Shahin Shahr district – Voting centre number four – three people were seen voting.

Qazvin (central Iran): Dozens of polling stations monitored were completely empty. Very few people could be seen in the streets, the majority choosing to stay in their homes.

Paveh (western Iran): The Takiyeh Mosque in Revolution Street had seven people lined up to vote.

Genaveh (southern Iran): There were 10 people voting in Sahebolzaman Mosque in Takhti Street.

Ashtiyan (north of Tehran): Kenarsalan Imam Ali School, which was being used as a voting centre, was completely empty.

Borazjan (south Iran): The Seyedolshohada Mosque in Seyedolshohada Street had ten people lined up to vote.

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