Iran’s Presidential candidate Rezaee: Next administration to deal with 3 pressing issues

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Azerbaijan, Baku, Jun.9/ Trend F.Eminli /

The next administration will start work amid a number of pressing issues in both domestic and foreign policy, presidential candidate Rezaee said on Sunday.

Talking to people in the city of Ahvaz in Khuzestan province, the independent candidate said the next administration has to deal with Western sanctions, economic maladies and political disputes all at the same time, the ISNA News Agency reported.

Rezaee went on to note that he will settle all these issues with the help of a multi-party administration that represents the entire nation.

He further said he will not make any deals with other candidates and will stay in the race as an independent contestant.

Rezaee had previously said that youth unemployment is far more dangerous than a bomb.

He warned that the younger generation has migrated to big cities in search of jobs, leaving the elderly behind.

Rezaee said the next administration will have no time for trial and error.

Rezaei has repeatedly said in his speech that he will improve the economic situation in Iran and will lead the country to prosperity. He said that he knows a way to solve the country's problems and will be able to address them.

Mohsen Rezaei is the former commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps and the current Secretary of the Expediency Council.

Iran will hold the 11th presidential election on June 14, 2013.

The voters will select the successor of the current President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who is not able to participate in the elections for the third term according to the country's constitutional laws.

The president of Iran is elected for a four-year term in a national election. The Guardian Council has vetted the candidates for qualifications.

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