The growing street protests over Iran’s disputed presidential election mark the biggest threat to its ruling clerics since they took power in 1979. As seas of Iranians protest the election result which handed victory to the incumbent Mahmoud Ahmedinejad, George Negus speaks with former Crown Prince of Iran, Reza Pahlavi, the eldest son of the late Shah of Iran. For Pahlavi, the protests reflect a nation-wide push for more freedom and a secular parliamentary democratic system. Iran is “a nation that is now demanding self-determination,” he says
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