Azerbaijan, Baku, May 4 / Trend S.Isayev, T. Jafarov/
The Central Electoral Supervisory Board issued a statement on Friday saying that no person or organization has the right to interfere in monitoring the process of election, Mehr reported.
"...since it is only the responsibility of the Guardian Council to supervise the election (therefore) no one or no organization has the right to interfere in the election under the pretext of monitoring the election," the board stated in its statement.
The second round of parliamentary elections began in Iran at 08:00 local time today, which will continue until 18:00.
According to the law, the parliamentary elections must last 10 hours, but if there is a need, the interior minister may extend the voting time.
225 parliamentary seats were decided in the first round of the election on March 2 and the other 65 seats are decided today.
Iran's Intelligence Minister Mostafa Mohammad Najjar said today that 225 electees underwent country's parliamentary accreditation.
The first meeting of the Iranian parliament is planned to be held on the seventh date of Khordad month 1391 in Islamic calendar (May 27, 2012).
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