From the Iran’s 56 million voters, an expected 200 went to add their votes in the Iranian Embassy in Dublin yesterday.
The two fundamental competitors in the Iranian presidential decisions are the officeholder, reformist Hassan Rouhani (68), and preservationist Ebrahim Raisi (56). The victor will impact Iran’s quick future as well as the approaching fight to pick another incomparable pioneer, who will run forever.
Mehdi Jamshidi (61), an electronic designing instructor in IT Tallaght, said he voted in favor of Rouhani. “Over the most recent four years he has conveyed peace to the nation . . . A year ago when I backpedaled, the main thing I saw was individuals were in a more casual temperament since things were changing . . . That is a major stride for a general public like that,” he said.
Double Irish-Iranian subject Sheelan Yousefizadeh (25) noticed this was the main Iranian decision she had voted in. “The main different races I’ve voted in have been the Irish races. This year I had a feeling that it was critical to have a say, despite the fact that I don’t live in Iran. Particularly this year with what occurred in the US with President Trump’s [travel] ban, it turned out to be very evident that in spite of the reality I have dual nationality regardless i’m oppressed.”