We went to vote at around noon expecting less people at lunch time. It took us about 3 hours and a half to cast our vote.
See also: Election day in Iran
Iranian elections: live
Update 1: Poll closed. Voting was extended four times.
Update 2: Moussavi’s website: Despite many irregularities in polling stations Moussavi is leading by a large margin.
Update 3: According to sites close to Ahmadi-Nejad, he has won the elections with 69% of the votes
Update 4: Snippets from Voters: IRNA (The Iranian News Agency) claims with 20% of all votes counted, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad leads the race. IR’s official Iran news agency, has declared Ahmadinejad the winner of the election.
Update 5: پیام دریافت شد؛ اصلاحات را فراموش کنید
- The Man Who Could Beat Ahmadinejad: Mousavi Talks to TIME
- Congress-Ahmadinejad Secret Love Affair Continues: The Iran Refine Petroleum Sanctions Act, by Trita Parsi
- Philip Weiss: Obama’s Iran man is still pictured on site calling for sanctions on Iran
- “Don’t Cry For Me Ahmadinejad”: “When it comes to the Iranian presidential elections, Jerusalem is convinced that it is in fact Iran’s current president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who is the best candidate to serve Israel’s interests. ‘We’re better off with him getting elected,’ said a senior political source. ‘The prevailing opinion here is that Ahmadinejad just speaks his mind. How are the others any different? They’re just nicer, but they think exactly like him.'”