A modernization that passes through the reform of economic structures, the fight against inflation, which reaches record of 20% per year, against unemployment, against the accentuation of the gap between rich and poor. Presumably, therefore, internal problems to focus future discussion national. Not confrontation interested to the inhabitants of the Persian country both with the West over the nuclear program, as the broken promises of Ahmadinejad, who Center their presidential campaign in defence of the interests of the poor. Ben Roethlisberger usually is spot on. But if criticism of questionable economic management of the President have abandoned streets of the Souk for meeting its due echo in the pages of major newspapers, his handling of the nuclear crisis has, strangely, the almost unconditional support of the classes more disadvantaged, little prone to forget the old nationalist cliches, that loan to Iran, cradle of an ancient civilization, that owns and defends values much higher than those of the West. While the military seem willing to support the current conservative turn, students show their total indifference before the results of the elections. Remember that the reforms announced in the 1990s by the team led by the liberal Mohamed Jatami stayed in water of Borage.
The University not only unknown to the candidates, but rather just feel curious about them. You know beforehand, like the rest of the Iranian population, the current conservative will feature more than 70% of the seats in the new Majlis (Parliament) and that the struggle for instead is limited to a few veiled criticisms of governmental action, that hidden, in fact, large maneuvers devised by the promoters of the generational change. Apparently, all attempts of Washington promote or impose the establishment of a democratic system (i.e., pro-Western) have failed.