Tehran (IP) - Iran's Guardian Council spokesman has paid a visit to the Election Headquarters in the Iranian capital of Tehran.

Iran PressIran news: Ali Kadkhodaei has paid a visit to Iran's Election Headquarters on Friday on the 4th day of volunteers registration.

Registration for the 13th round of the presidential election will run for five days at Interior Ministry, after which entrants will be evaluated for their political and Islamic qualifications by the Guardian Council.

Volunteers have the opportunity to register by attending at Interior Ministry for five days.

The Guardian Council has three constitutional mandates:

A) It has veto power over legislation passed by the parliament (Majles)

B) It supervises elections

C) It approves and disqualifies candidates seeking to run in local, parliamentary, presidential, and Assembly of Experts elections.

The council consists of twelve members: six constitutional law experts and six experts of Islamic law.


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