Rezaei pledges to ruthlessly fight financial corruption

Iranian presidential hopeful Mohsen Rezaei has pledged to ruthlessly fight “financial corruption” if he wins the race to Pastour.

Rezaei, who currently serves as the Secretary of the Expediency Council, said he would pick his cabinet ministers from among young, eligible candidates.

He added that knowledge and youth are the greatest economic possessions of the country.

He also promised to boost modern agriculture by granting generous subsidies to farmers, pledging to make a great development in this sector.

Rezaei further stated that he would publicly apologize to the nation should he make any mistakes during his term in office.

Iran’s 11th presidential election will be held on June 14. Presidential hopefuls can register from May 7 to 11.

The president of Iran is elected for a four-year term in a national election and candidates must be vetted for qualifications by the Guardian Council.

By Press TV

 

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