Presidential election with lowest turnout in past 42 years in Iran: 26% of Tehran voters turned out to vote

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According to the Iranian Workers’ News Agency (ILNA), the chairman of Tehran’s electoral committee, Shukrullah Hasan Beygi, announced the number of voters who turned out to vote in the capital for the presidential elections.

Hasan Beygi said: “In Tehran province (including rural areas), 3.3 million 346 thousand 580 out of 9 million 815 thousand 77 people who have the right to vote voted. It was 26%. mentionned.

Declaring that conservative candidate İbrahim Reisi, who was elected president with the most votes across the country, received 64.26% of the vote in Tehran with 2 million 156 thousand 504 votes, Hasan Beygi said that another candidate conservative Muhsin Rızayi received 9% with 314 thousand 772 votes 36 said reformist candidate Abdunnasır Himmeti received 8.78 percent with 295 thousand 211 votes, and another conservative candidate Emir Hüseyin Kadızade received 5.3 percent with 178 thousand 252 votes.

Hasan Beygi noted that 412,000,612 invalid votes were detected in the province of Tehran and this figure corresponds to 12.26% of the votes cast in the province.

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Reisi, who received 62 percent of the vote in Iran’s June 18 presidential elections, became the country’s 8th president.

It was announced that 28 million 933 thousand 4 out of 59 million 310 thousand 307 voters with the right to vote in a country of about 83 million inhabitants went to the polls and the turnout was 48.8%.

The turnout fell about 24% from the 2017 presidential elections, which Hasan Rouhani won with 73%, and remained at the lowest level among presidential elections held since the 1979 revolution.

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