According to Iran's Central Election Commission information, incumbent President Mahmoud Ahmadinajed scored 63.36 percent of votes on presidential elections, chairman of CEC Kamran Daneshju said on air, ERINN reported.
Daneshju said that votes were counted in 346 cities of Iran including Teheran.
According to that information, Iran's CEC has counted 37,500 out of total 45,713 ballots boxes, or 82 percent. A total of 34377493 votes have been counted.
According to the last information, Ahmadinejad leads the elections with 63.36 percent of the votes (21781391 votes).
He is followed by the country's former prime minister Mir-Hossein Mousavi, with 34.07 percent (11709391 votes), the Secretary of the Expediency Council, Mohsen Rezaie with 1.71 percent (587913 votes) and a former speaker of parliament, Mehdi Karroubi with 0,87 percent (298798 votes).
Votes in 131 polling stations abroad out of 136 have been counted. According to the latest information, Ahmadinejad garnered 71,509 votes, Rezaei- 3,179, Karroubi - 3,050 and Mousavi- 85,353.
Iranian citizens in 130 countries worldwide will vote. Under Election Code, 304 polling stations have been opened in foreign countries. As many as 450,000 ballot papers have been sent to embassies.
Presidential elections in Iran are held every four years. Candidates may participate in the electoral process after the approval of the Supervisory Board. A person elected as president, receives the status after the approval of the supreme spiritual leader. President is the second official after the supreme spiritual leader. President controls the entire executive department that determines external and internal policy.
According to Iran's CEC report, 46.2 million people have the right to vote in this presidential election.
According to Galam information, which belongs to the election headquarters of presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi, Mousavi alleged irregularities and claimed victory for himself after the hotly contested election. He also said that despite the extension of time to vote, a large number of voters was unable to vote. The site also reported that Mousavi has sent Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, a letter protesting the results of elections. According to the state agency IRNA, deputy commander of Iran's Police Ahmadreza Radan said that unsanctioned protests and rallies banned before the official announcement of the results of the voting.