Critics of Haqaniyan Media Call Themselves Mud-Slingers in Presidential Elections

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Critics of Haqaniyan Media Call Themselves Mud-Slingers in Presidential Elections

Critics of the conservative candidate in the presidential election call themselves mudslingers.

Vahid Haqaniyan, a candidate in the Iranian presidential election and a former member of the office of the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic, criticized in statements some media outlets that benefit from the Muslim Treasury and the country’s military budget but interfere in the country’s politics.

Haqaniyan has stated that his candidacy in the election was a personal decision, but the media, in their latest mudslinging, have portrayed it in a way that the focus of his humble presence in the election is tied to the Supreme Leader’s office.

Mr. Haqaniyan did not mention a specific media outlet, but yesterday, on June 5th, the Tasnim News Agency criticized some individuals in a note for placing the focus of their election campaign on their ties to the Supreme Leader’s office.

The note mentioned that individuals who had responsibilities in the office of the Supreme Leader at some point have registered for the election based on their own judgment and completely individually, with no connection to the government.


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