Iran is holding the elections at the highest level and no problem was observed, Iranian Interior Minister Sadig Mahsuli said, IRINN reported.
So far, roughly 5 million people have voted in the elections, he said.
Former Speaker Mehdi Karroubi, Former Prime Minister Mir-Hossein Moussavi, Head of the Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution (Sepah) Mohsun Rezaee and incumbent President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad are running for president.
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
Iranian Central Election Commission said 46.2 million people have a right to vote in the election.