Middle East

Iranian Politicians Resist Ahmadinejad

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Political tensions are rising within Iran, as conservative lawmakers speak out more freely against President Ahmadinejad's economic policies. It's a tangible shift in the period following Iranian elections in December. Gareth Smyth of The Financial Times Gareth Smyth discusses developments with Renee Montagne.



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