Iran Awaits Results of Vote Reformists and hardline clerics are arguing about how many Iranians actually turned out to vote in Friday's parliamentary elections in Iran. Reformers had called for a boycott, after the Muslim clerics who rule Iran disqualified 2,500 reformist candidates. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep and NPR's Mike Shuster.
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Iranians Await Vote Results, Argue over Turnout

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Iranians Await Vote Results, Argue over Turnout

Iranians Await Vote Results, Argue over Turnout

Iranians Await Vote Results, Argue over Turnout

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Reformists and hardline clerics are arguing about how many Iranians actually turned out to vote in Friday's parliamentary elections in Iran. Reformers had called for a boycott, after the Muslim clerics who rule Iran disqualified 2,500 reformist candidates. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep and NPR's Mike Shuster.