Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Mousavi Accuses Ahmadinejad of Dictatorship

Mir Hossein Mousavi
Apparent Front-Runner in Friday's Presidential Election

Mir Hossein Mousavi, the apparent front-runner in Friday’s presidential election in Iran, today defended his comments that the incumbent President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was a dictator.

“I say so because he does not abide by the laws, so why should we not call him a dictator?” Mousavi said.

Mousavi has also blasted Ahmadinejad for his mismanagement of Iran’s economy and has charged that Ahmadinejad was misrepresenting inflation figures.

“Those who fabricate false statistics and tell lies to the people had better realize that the people are standing tall today to ward off lies from their country,” Mousavi said [IRNA, 9 June].

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Citizens of Iran here is my 2 pence worth regarding your elections.
Remember the first lesson to take on-board, regardless of who wins the elections the Zionist will not be different, the agenda of the Zionist is set in concrete and Iran is in its way of its "Greater Israel" dream. Your alliances which the incumbent president has built with certain countries in South America must continue.

Do not fall into the trap of the Nabussico gas project, they are after only cheap gas and to poke a finger at the eyes of the Russians.
It is water that is the ultimate requirement for Iran's and it's neighbours survival so have good and cordial relations with all your immediate neighbours.

Iran has proved it's scientist can compete with the best in the world regarding new technologies, sanctions in some ways made Iran's technological strength.

So while the current incumbent is not the most desirable he is the best for Iran currently.