Iranian former presidential candidates Mir Hossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karroubi appealed to the head of Tehran province for a permit to hold a meeting, Iranian pro-opposition website Kaleme.com. reported.
According to the information, eight parties of the reformist camp also appealed to the head of the province to obtain official permission to hold a picket June 12 on the anniversary of the presidential elections.
In accordance with item 27 of the Iranian Constitution, the requirement for a permit for a rally was also submitted to the Interior Ministry.
According to the official results of the presidential elections June 12, 2009, the current Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad got 62.63 percent of votes. His main rival, Mir Hossein Mousavi managed to get 33.75 percent.
Mousavi's supporters accused the authorities of rigging the election results and demanded their cancellation. Mass protests escalated into violent clashes with police. Several people died. About 1,032 activists were arrested. Some of them were released.