A former Iranian vice president has declared his presidential bid, joining more than 20 other presidential hopefuls.
Sadeq Vaez-Zadeh, who teaches at University of Tehran, said his decision to run for the presidency was in response to high public demand for change.
He added that his presidential bid is a move to let people have more choices in June 14 election.
Vaez-Zadeh is currently heading the Center for the Islamic-Iranian Model of Progress.
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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