This 12th of june of 2009, in the Islamic Republic of Iran took place the presidential election.
Iran’s elections have been won by Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who is now the president has thus gained for a second presidential term.
The Interior Ministry reported that Ahmadinejad of Iran received a 62 6 percent of the vote versus 33.7 percent of the reformist candidate Mirhossein Mousavi, who described the results of a “dangerous farce” that would establish a tyranny in the country.
The candidate Mirhossein Mousavi, has declared it a fraud elections, because the mouth of an urn, the winner was already declared, before the official declaration of the winner of the vote for president of Iran.
The international community now expects to act as the elected president in the talks that had been taking regarding its responsibility towards the international community and respect its international obligations, primarily in terms of dialogue that is taking leave and was terminated on nuclear issue.
The major powers, including the United Kingdom, France and Germany offered Iran a package of economic incentives for Iran decides to stop uranium enrichment.
A process that can be used both to produce energy or fuel for a nuclear weapon.
Meanwhile supporters of Mirhossein Mousavi have taken to the streets with shouts, stones, claiming that their votes are respected, because they consider that the election was fraudulent and that the real winner of these elections is rather Mirhossein Mousavi Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
The police repelled the people in the street, but people are not giving up, so it is the marches for Mirhossein Mousavi follow for several days, we will see to what extent the government of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will be able to cope with this without there is a massacre or not was a dictatorial begins to crush the supporters of Mirhossein Mousavi, hopefully not to crush the emerging democracy in Iran, which is a democracy rather than what Westerners understand.
Either way it is thought that these elections on June 12, 2009, have been together they have a larger number of voters in Iran and Iranians who are outside the country.
What you could say is that the great powers have some fear that has won the elections in Iran, the ultraconservative Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and that their continued development of the process of uranium and building nuclear weapons and the existence of oil and its Arab neighbors, are converging quite dangerous for some countries.
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