Sunday, May 10, 2009

Iran could elect first female president

Iran could elect first female president
Sun, 10 May 2009 12:29:35 GMT

More than 40 women have registered as prospective candidates for Iran's tenth Presidential elections raising, a top election official says. "Of the 475 who signed up as candidates, 433 are men and 42 are women," Kamran Daneshjoo, the head of Iran's election committee told reporters on Sunday. That means the Islamic Republic could see a woman as its head of state, becoming the first Muslim country to have a female president.

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