Low turnout ‘benefits conservatives’ in Iranian elections

In less than 10 days, Iranians will go to polls to elect the country’s new president. Although a public mood of apathy dominates society and the most optimistic projections put the voter turnout at a trifling 40%, the lowest participation rate in any election since the 1979 revolution, the seven hopefuls allowed to run are
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