Monday, June 22, 2009

Good News: The Iran Election Reflects The Will Of Over 100% Of Iranians

Looks like there's something fishy after all about the Iran elections:
Iran's Guardian Council has suggested that the number of votes collected in 50 cities surpass the number of people eligible to cast ballot in those areas.

The council's Spokesman Abbas-Ali Kadkhodaei, who was speaking on the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) Channel 2 on Sunday, made the remarks in response to complaints filed by Mohsen Rezaei -- a defeated candidate in the June 12 Presidential election.
But not to worry--Kadkhodaei got to the bottom of it:
"Statistics provided by the candidates, who claim more than 100% of those eligible have cast their ballot in 80-170 cities are not accurate -- the incident has happened in only 50 cities," Kadkhodaei said.

But not to worry! This is all really quite normal:

Kadkhodaei further explained that the voter turnout of above 100% in some cities is a normal phenomenon because there is no legal limitation for people to vote for the presidential elections in another city or province to which people often travel or commute.
Many more explanations like this and the regime may as well just close up shop.

Technorati Tag: .

Post a Comment