Tuesday, June 28, 2005

A Simple Lesson of Election

How it views the will in Iran: the decline and fall of Islamic Republic is in touch or it is constant as it deserved to be? How about the public; what they're gonna get? As old wives tales "they deserved what they got"?! What's the obligation of opposition in this situation now? Who would be the real hard-liners, inside or outside the government? Overall, What is the glossary of election-related terms in Iran's today? What do we know about that? Also ...
I can continue questioning but let's face it like this and wrap it up: As it goes along, no one is able to see the future accurately; the analysis are still in shock after passing a couple of days; the result of election was really unpredictable. But it had a good lesson for who like to learn: How could we write down a progress report about Iran's situation (political, economical, social and...) although the observation of the election showed The economical issues are more important than freedom and democracy to the main people? Where we've been going since "2 Khordad" or even more, the Islamic Revolution?
خلاصه: در کشوری که در انتخاباتش، مردم اقتصاد را بر آزادی و دموکراسی مقدم دانستند، چطور می‌شود از پیشرفت -در هر معنایش- پس از دوم خرداد و حتا پس از انقلاب اسلامی دم زد؟
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