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Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei Endorses Hassan Rouhani as President of Iran

The inauguration ceremony is expected to see a record turnout, with delegations from over 100 countries taking part in the event.

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei endorsed Hassan Rouhani as President of Iran, who won the majority of votes on May 19 presidential election.

Heads of the three branches of power in Iran, military officials, clerics, academics and an array of foreign ambassadors and representatives attended the ceremony at Imam Khomeini Mosque in Tehran.

During the Thursday ceremony, Ayatollah Mohammad Mohammadi-Golpayegani, the head of Ayatollah Khamenei’s office, read out the decree issued by the Leader to the participants.

Rouhani will take the oath of office in Iran’s Parliament on Saturday.

The inauguration ceremony is expected to see a record turnout, with delegations from over 100 countries taking part in the event.

He will then have two weeks to present his cabinet to the Parliament for a vote of confidence.

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Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei Endorses Hassan Rouhani as President of Iran

The inauguration ceremony is expected to see a record turnout, with delegations from over 100 countries taking part in the event.
Parvin Faghfouri Azar
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei endorsed Hassan Rouhani as President of Iran, who won the majority of votes on May 19 presidential election.Heads of the three branches of power in Iran, military officials, clerics, academics and an array of foreign ambassadors and representatives attended the ceremony at Imam Khomeini Mosque in Tehran.During the Thursday ceremony, Ayatollah Mohammad Mohammadi-Golpayegani, the head of Ayatollah Khamenei’s office, read out the decree issued by the Leader to the participants.Rouhani will take the oath of office in Iran’s Parliament on Saturday. The inauguration ceremony is expected to see a record turnout, with delegations from over 100 countries taking part in the event. He will then have two weeks to present his cabinet to the Parliament for a vote of confidence.
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