Khamenei loyalists trounce Ahmadinejad in Iran election

Khamenei loyalists trounce Ahmadinejad in Iran election

Tehrān : Iran | Mar 04, 2012 at 2:39 AM PST
Source: Jerusalem Post
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The widespread defeat of Ahmadinejad's supporters was likely to erode the authority of the president, under fire from Khamenei's allies for challenging the utmost authority of the supreme leader in Iran's multi-layered ruling hierarchy. With 90 percent of ballot boxes counted, Khamenei acolytes... FULL ARTICLE AT Jerusalem Post
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