Mullahs Definition Of Elections And Democracy In Iran
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[Mullahs Definition Of Elections And Democracy In Iran]
There are various elections in Iran under the Mullahs Regime, parliamentary elections, presidential elections and others similar to today’s democratic countries.
Can Iran be described ad a democratic country?
Let’s take a look at elections and democracy in Iran under the mullahs regime.
We’ll begin with parliamentary elections.
Candidates – any candidates seeking to take part in parliamentary elections must meet at least 15 conditions.
Two Conditions are first: Practical obligation to the Islamic Revolution and the secred state of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Second: (pledging) full allegiance to the constitution and Velayat-e Faqih principle referring to the supreme leader.
If you do not accept the fascist and full dictatorship Velayat-e Faqih principle and are not fully loyal to the supreme leader you will be disqualified, and even if you do accept this principle this is just the first step.
The Gardian Council
The Gardian council needs to council neet to confirm each candidate in the parliamentary and presidential elections.
A candidate despite meeting the two previously mentioned conditions may still be disqualified.
The 12-member Guardian council is comprised of six members directly appointed by the supreme Leader. The six remaining are appointed by the head of the judiciary who himself is appointed by the supreme Leader.
The latter six also need parliamentary confirmation.
As a result the Guardian Council is comprised of twelve individuals highly loyal to the Supreme leader.
In other words the Guardian Council is the supreme leaders tool to specify which candidates of his preference can take part in the parliamentary and presidential elections.
As a result elections in Iran are a scene of competition between the most loyal of the regime’s figures facing off for power.
The Iranian people have a history of boycotting the regime’s farce elections forcing officials to publish fake numbers of voters and voter turnout.
However, this political turmoil and power struggle inside the mullahs is portrayed by certain Western countries seeking to appease the regime as a democratic process – there is no opposition inside the regime even claiming to be so is illegal in Iran.
The main opposition entity being the People’s Mujahedin organization of Iran PMOI Mek, is not only banned from participating in elections but is also considered by the mullahs as quote, ‘the enemy of God and the’, quote.
Anyone even mentioning the PMOI or supporting the organization in any way can be literally jailed, tortured, and even executed.
The Iranian people’s chants in their recent uprising is a reflection of their vote.
Death to Khamenei.
Death to Rouhani.
Supreme leader have some shame, let go of the country.
Reformist principlist, game over.
And death to oppressors be it the Shah or the leader in reference to the previous monarchical regime and the current mullahs in power.
“Death to tyrants, Both the Shah and the leader (Ali khamenei)”
Commander is chief, resign! Resign!
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