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Despite High Turnout, Iranian Voters Unsatisfied

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Despite High Turnout, Iranian Voters Unsatisfied

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Despite High Turnout, Iranian Voters Unsatisfied

Despite High Turnout, Iranian Voters Unsatisfied

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Robert Siegel talks to Karim Sadjadpour, an analyst for the International Crisis Group in Tehran, Iran about the presidential runoff election. Sadjadpour says many Iranians came out to vote last week to protest President Bush's statements that the election was undemocratic and illegitimate. But he says many Iranians see the scheduled runoff this Friday between a former president and the conservative Tehran mayor as a competition between bad and worse.