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What Does the Iran Election Boycott Tell Us?

Even though the Iranian regime’s own analysts recognize that the presidential elections earlier this month were widely boycotted, the country’s leaders are trying to save face and put a positive spin on the situation.

On Monday, June 28, 2021, Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei met with judiciary officials and described the election, which 90% of the population boycotted, as “epic”. Even if you believed the regime’s claims that 50% of the country voted, which is much lower than the regime’s claims in previous years, how could that be considered epic?

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Iranians Show Hatred of Regime During Election Boycott and State Media Warns of Disaster

In the Iranian presidential election on June 18, 2021, the Iranian people demonstrated their hatred of the regime and their desire to overthrow the regime through a nationwide boycott.

Of course, the regime fears that the low voter turnout will remove the façade around the so-called democratic process in Iran and cause the international community to turn their backs on the mullahs, so they’ve hidden the true figure and claim that 40-50% of eligible voters turned out to the polls. This is repeated by the state-run media who were writing about the drop in voter turnout.

However, the ...

British MPs: UK Must Stand With the People of Iran and Support the National Boycott by Rejecting Raisi as President

The British Committee for Iran Freedom (BCFIF) issued the following statement as Ebrahim Raisi was announced as the new president in Iran:

Elections in Iran are neither free, fair nor representative. It reflects the will of the unelected Supreme Leader and serves as a process to further strengthen the theocracy’s grip on power to the detriment of the Iranian people. This was made clear again on June 18 as the Iranian people rejected the theocracy in its entirety with a widespread national boycott of the presidential election farce.

Raisi had an extensive role ...

Iranians Supporters of the MEK Demonstrated in the Washington DC to Denounce Iran’s Sham Election and Join Boycott

Friday, June 18, 2021: WASHINGTON, DC– Iranians supporters of the People’s Mojahedin of Iran Organization (MEK/PMOI) and the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), held a rally on Friday against the sham election of the Iranian regime.

در مقابل حافظ منافع رژیم در واشنگتن دی سیAcross from Iran intersection in DC #BoycottIranShamElections #MyVotrRegimeChange#RaisiMassMurderer#رای_من_سرنگونی#رئیسی_جلاد_67 pic.twitter.com/mBvMkNJ3tz

— Iranian American Community of Virginia (@iac_virginia) June 18, 2021

Simultaneous with Iran’s sham presidential election, the Iranian diaspora of the DC area ...

Live Report: Widespread Boycott of the Mullahs’ Sham Presidential Election by the Iranian People

On Friday, June 18, 2021, the Iranian regime holds its sham presidential election. As expected, this ridiculous election has been faced to the widespread and nationwide boycott by the Iranian people.

According to the reports of the internal network of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran(MEK/PMOI) from the polling stations in different cities and regions throughout Iran, the streets of the cities and the polling stations are very empty.

The following videos are just a part of the video reports of the nationwide boycott of the sham elections of the ...

Iran Political Prisoner Atena Daemi Calls for Election Boycott

Iranian political prisoner Atena Daemi has published an open letter from Lakan Prison stating that she will not take part in the presidential elections on Friday, June 18, saying that the forced exile of her and many other female political prisoners was a major factor in this decision.

Atena Daemi wrote: “On the eve of the election comedy, we see that this comedy’s fixed actors and comedians come on the stage in various colors, with multiple names and mottos, but with one goal. That goal ...

Iranian Election Boycott All But Certain

With just a few days until the Iranian presidential elections, regime officials are terrified of a low voter turnout, with state media admitting that 90% of students are not going to vote.

The presidential debates only increased the problems because candidates spent their time accusing one another of stealing from and lying to the Iranian people. For instance, former vice president Mohsen Mehralizadeh brought up the crackdown on the November 2019 uprising to attack judiciary chief Ebrahim Raisi, while former Central Bank Governor Abdolnaser Hemmati acknowledged ...

Iran Election Boycott Acknowledged by SSN

The Iranian presidential election will be held on Friday, June 18, but more Iranians are vowing to boycott them, as part of a campaign led by the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) and it has reached such a peak that the candidates and state-run media are admitting that turnout will be low.

This campaign, that began in April, continues in May and June 2021. And the MEK Resistance Units have been widely spreading the call, but over the past few days, the media has been acknowledging that the Read More +

Boycotting Iran’s Sham Presidential Election — MEK Network Inside the Country

June 8, 2021—PMOI/MEK Resistance Units continue their efforts to boycott the Iranian regime’s sham presidential election in June 2021. They specifically focus their slogans against Ebrahim Raisi, Ali Khamenei’s nominate in the coming election.

Ebrahim Raisi is one of the main perpetrators of the 1988 massacre of political prisoners in Iran, who is going to be the regime’s president.

The network of Mojahedin Khalgh Iran (PMOI/MEK) also install posters of the Iranian Resistance leader Read More +

Iran: MEK Resistance Units call for Iran Election Boycott – May 2021

During the month of May, over 310 areas in all of Iran’s provinces witnessed activities calling for a boycott of the regime’s sham presidential elections in June. These are activities of the Iranian Resistance Units, the internal network of the Iranian opposition, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).

This campaign primarily began in late March 2021, following the Iranian Resistance’s call to boycott the mullahs’ farce elections. In April, The Resistance Units, carried out anti-regime activities in over 250 places in 27 provinces.

The call for a boycott very ...