Iran General NewsIran students protest presidential elections, set tyres alight

Iran students protest presidential elections, set tyres alight

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Iran Focus: Tehran, May 23 – Hundreds of students demonstrated in and around Tehran University this evening, setting tyres alight and protesting what they said was “an upcoming sham presidential election”. Chants of “down with dictatorship”, “down with tyranny”, and “referendum, referendum, this is what the people demand” could be heard
all around the university campus. Iran Focus

Tehran, May 23 – Hundreds of students demonstrated in and around Tehran University this evening, setting tyres alight and protesting what they said was “an upcoming sham presidential election”.

Chants of “down with dictatorship”, “down with tyranny”, and “referendum, referendum, this is what the people demand” could be heard all around the university campus.

Agents of Iran’s notorious State Security Forces have been deployed around the university.

Students have announced that a further protest will be held at 09:00 a.m. local Tehran time tomorrow in Sharif University.

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