Iran election 2013 || Iranians to hit polls as nation faces dual threat of military strike, bankruptcy
The importance of choosing Ahmadinejad's successor lies not in who is elected, but in whether the balloting acts as a springboard for change in Iran's foreign policy.
This is the busy season for Iran’s censors. Internet sites have been blocked and Facebook pages shut down; newspaper editors say they have received threatening phone calls from government offices; social activists have found anonymous notes on their doorsteps, and candidates in Friday’s presidential election have been warned against "inappropriate statements."
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