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Iran OKs 6 candidates for presidential race, but again blocks Ahmadinejad

  • Only six out of 80 initial candidates were approved by Iran's Guardian Council, which included four women who were not approved.
  • Following a helicopter crash that killed President Ebrahim Raisi, Iran's Guardian Council approved the hard-line parliament speaker and five others to run in the June 28 presidential election.
  • The Guardian Council barred former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, known for a disputed 2009 re-election crackdown, from running, starting a two-week campaign for Raisi's replacement.
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