Iran reform leader calls election illegitimate
The Associated Press
01-Jul-2009 (one comment)

Iran's embattled opposition leader has branded last month's presidential election illegitimate and has demanded the regime release all political prisoners.

Mir Hossein Mousavi's defiance comes in a new message on his Web site that also calls for election reforms and press freedoms.

Mousavi insists that Iran's disputed June 12 election was riddled with fraud. He contends that he — not incumbent President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad — was the rightful winner.

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I Promise You ...

by Still Looking For Justice (not verified) on

That Within A Year From Today, You'll See This Regime Going In To Pieces.

This Regime Has Absolutely No Credibility: Either Within Iran, Or In The Outside World.

They Honestly Thought That They Could Pull Such A Fast One - They Didn't Realize That It Would Cause Their Very Own Demise.

Pure And Simple!