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Al-Sulaymaniyah; high turnout in Iran’s presidential election

Category: Kurdistan

Date: 2021-06-18T10:50:45+0000
Al-Sulaymaniyah; high turnout in Iran’s presidential election

Shafaq News / contrary to expectations, Al-Sulaymaniyah Governorate in Kurdistan witnessed, on Friday, a high turnout in the Iranian presidential elections.

An official at the Iranian Consulate in the City, Sorosht Sazani, told Shafaq News Agency, "The polls are opened from 0800 a.m. to 0600 p.m."

Sazani added, "1000-1500 Iranian citizens voted so far in Al-Sulaymaniyah.”

He suggested, "the number of voters will increase this afternoon," noting that "there are three electoral ballots in the City in the Iranian consulate, Darbandikhan and Kalar."

According to the Iranian Official, there is no data about " the number of Iranians in Al-Sulaymaniyah.

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