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Interesting developments in Iran:

“A power struggle of titanic proportions has broken out between Iran’s newly elected President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and the country’s parliament. Now the President’s domestic political agenda is in danger of collapse, after MPs refused to accept his choices for the top post of oil minister. And a new scandal in Tehran municipality tarnished his election promises to weed out corruption. The President’s former parliamentary supporters say they have been alienated by his closed-door style of rule that has opened deep rifts in the ruling conservative faction.”

Is someone trying to muzzle the mad dog that the Iranians have unleashed upon themselves?


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