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Raisi, the anti-corruption president of Iran weighed down by the shadow of the 1988 “death commission”

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On August 9, 2016, the government of moderate cleric Hassan Rouhani concluded a historic agreement the year before with the United States to put Iran’s nuclear program under control in exchange for the removal of sanctions. In Iran there is an air of euphoria, Rouhani is firmly in command. In May 2017, he will be reconfirmed with 57% of the votes by beating his challenger, the conservative cleric Ebrahim Raisi.

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