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Iran Electoral Law Presidential Election Guidelines

Summary:

This bylaw covers the executive affairs of the presidential election. It defines the responsible bodies, special organizations and committees that are responsible for the election, as well as their specific functions. The bylaw explains how the bodies interact with each other as well as how they resolve disputes.

The bylaw determines the location of election sites, the rules for voting sites, as well as the mechanisms in place for protecting voters. Finally, the bylaw demonstrates how the votes are counted and recorded.

It is important to note that the Presidential election in Iran is completely different from the Parliamentary contest, in that there is a singular election district (the entire country is considered one area).

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