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Contradictions in the number of eligible voters in two rounds of election

ImageIran – election – statement no. 2 – The clerical regime announced that the number of eligible voters had risen by 150,000 from June 17 to June 24. If we take this figure to be correct, we could easily discern that the regime has been lying about the actual number of eligible voters all along.

During the parliamentary elections in 2004, officials put the number of eligible voters at 46.35 million. With 150,000 voters added each week, this would mean that nine million more voters are eligible since February 2004, bringing the number of eligible voters to 55.35 million. This contrasts sharply with the Interior Ministry’s announced figure of 46.79 million eligible voters for the Presidential election.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
June 24, 2004

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