Day 6

The End of Ahmadinejad

Iran's Presidential election takes place on June 14th, but there is little electoral enthusiasm among the Iranian people.  It's widely believed that the next Iranian president, like incumbent Mahmoud Ahmadinejad,  will merely be a puppet of the country's religious leader, Ayatollah Ali Khameni. So Kambiz Hosseini has some advice for him in a Day 6 commentary. He's the host of  the satirical...
Iran's Presidential election takes place on June 14th, but there is little electoral enthusiasm among the Iranian people.  It's widely believed that the next Iranian president, like incumbent Mahmoud Ahmadinejad,  will merely be a puppet of the country's religious leader, Ayatollah Ali Khameni. So Kambiz Hosseini has some advice for him in a Day 6 commentary. He's the host of  the satirical Persian-language podcast,  Five In The Afternoon.

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