Mohsen Rezaee, Secretary of the Expediency Discernment Council of the Islamic Republic of Iran, recommends presidential candidates to concentrate on their own campaigns rather than ‘biting’ each other.
“I recommend candidates to stop quarreling about unnecessary topics and subjects. We need to create stable conditions for 2013 presidential election. Candidates must be careful about their activities to avoid happening bitter events following the election.” Mohsen Rezaee said on Sunday.
He also asked candidates to inform people about their plans and solutions. “In these situations, nominees should announce their plans for managing the country in public. Candidates must pay extra attention to common problems of Iran’s economy, and give their solutions for ending this critical recession.”
Mohsen Rezaee went on to warn Iran’s next government about current issues in country. “The next government of Iran should take advantage from experienced and knowledgeable economists. At this time, many people are suffering from fundamental problems. Islamic Republic’s next president must be able to find and resolve these issues.”
Iran’s 2013 presidential election will be held in next month. Tens of famous politicians have declared their nominations for upcoming election. Although Iran has several major political parties, the main competency will be between hard-liner parties close to Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Currently, candidates do their best to capture the attention of Ali Khamenei, because his view will affect people’s votes.