The Ministry of Interior’s participation rate in Tehran is 34%

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The Ministry of Interior's participation rate in Tehran is 34%

The Ministry of Interior’s participation rate in Tehran is 34 percent.

The Election Headquarters of the Ministry of Interior of Iran announced the participation rate in the elections for the two councils separately for each province. Voting took place on Friday in 31 provinces of Iran.

Based on this, Alborz province has the lowest participation rate at 28.4 percent at the bottom of the participation table, followed by Kurdistan, Tehran, Markazi, and Isfahan provinces at 37.4 percent.

The highest participation rate has been reported in Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad province at 642.7 percent, followed by South Khorasan, Hormozgan, North Khorasan, Golestan, and Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari provinces at 535 percent.

Until a few hours ago, media and newspapers in Iran were reporting a 24 percent participation rate in Tehran, breaking the record of 26.24 percent in 1398.

Now, the participation rate in Tehran has been announced as 34 percent, which is slightly different from the previous period in 1394, which was 34.39 percent.

Meanwhile, according to the Etemad newspaper on Monday, regardless of the participation percentage, determining the fate of the majority of Tehran’s seats has been unprecedentedly postponed to the second round.

According to reports, elections have gone to the second round in almost half of the provinces.

Both foreign and some domestic polls predicted very low participation in these elections.

Analysts believe that after months of nationwide protests known as the Mehdi Movement, the number of government supporters in Iran has significantly decreased.


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