NewsSpecial WireRound-up of Iran vote at polling stations - 1

Round-up of Iran vote at polling stations – 1

-

Iran Focus: Tehran, Jun. 17 – The following is a round-up of activities around polling stations across Tehran during the first few hours of the race for a new president in Iran. Despite an appeal by Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the Iranian capital had an air of silence following opposition calls for a boycott of the elections. Iran Focus

Tehran, Jun. 17 – The following is a round-up of activities around polling stations across Tehran during the first few hours of the race for a new president in Iran. Despite an appeal by Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the Iranian capital had an air of silence following opposition calls for a boycott of the elections.

West of Tehran
Most of the dozen polling stations in western Tehran were either empty or had a handful of voters from 9 a.m. till 11 a.m.
In particular, the station in Pounag Square at the corner of Homeyl Street was completely deserted.
Sattarkhan and Sardar-Jangal roads were empty though 10 people were spotted standing in a queue to vote in Sediqiyeh street.

Tehran

Voting Centre 71
Saddouqi High School in Akbari Street – Six people were spotted, among them three women. (11:30 a.m. local time)

Voting Centres 68 and 69
Imam Hossein Asgary Mosque in Salehi Street – 12 people were seen lined up to vote, among them five women.

Voting Centre 66
Tarasht Prayer Hall – 15 people were seen lined up to vote. Roughly half were women, and youths constituted a handful of them. (11:30 a.m.)

Voting Centre 81
Hosseiniyeh High School south of Sharif Metro station in Saharvard Street – Seven people were seen at 11:40 a.m.

Voting Centre 22
Nabi Mosque in Daryan-No district – A total of 27 people, including 16 women and 11 men were seen at 11:45 a.m.

Voting Centre 105
Narjes High School, across the road from Rasoul Akram Hospital, in the central Tehran district of Shahr-Ara – Two men and a woman were seen casting ballots at approximately 11:50 a.m.

Voting Centres 88 and 89
Zahra Mosque in Shahr-Ara – Seven women and five men were seen voting at noon.

Voting Centre 102
Al-Qadir School in Shahr-Ara – Six women and four men were seen trying to vote early afternoon.

Editor’s Note: Updates will follow

Latest news

Iranian People’s Resistance Changed the Appeasement Policy

Soon after the new US government started its obligations in January 2021, hand in hand with the European governments...

Khamenei’s Disgraceful Campaign Against Piranshahr and Javanrud, Who Will Be the Loser?

On the 67th day of Iran’s revolution, the Iranian regime attempted to put a halt to the protests in...

Iran: Expensive Medicine, Cheap Human Life

A look at the equipment and weapons that the Iranian regime has been using against its people to suppress...

Who Is Abolqasem Salavati Iran Regime’s Killer Judge?

Last week, it was announced that the case of several people who were arrested during the Iranian People's uprising...

Iran Revolution Characteristics

More than two months have passed since the start of the latest round of protests in Iran against the...

Iran’s Regime Is Unable To Eradicate Protests

Totalitarian governments, whether be it a monarchy or a clerical regime, and their international supporters are pursuing the same...

Must read

Iran exiles say last convoy to move from Iraq camp

AFP: An Iranian opposition organisation said that a final...

Iran: Teacher Suicide Is Increasing

These days, some people in Iran no longer find...

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you