Rezaei vows to end political dispute by forming coalition administration

Iranian presidential candidate Mohsen Rezaei says he will end political disputes in the country by forming a coalition administration if elected in June 14 election.

In a televised interview on Saturday, Rezaei said he would form a coalition administration in order to put an end to political disputes that have had no benefit for the people of the country.

Vowing to employ young people in his administration, Rezaei said, “The youth are the biggest assets of this country.”

The secretary of the Expediency Council said resolving unemployment tops his agenda and he would provide marriage loans in form of coupons in order to boost domestic production.

Rezaei said his team has identified factories and industries that produce goods and young people can purchase their requirements by using coupons provided for them, adding that this method would help the youth and revive industry.

Rezaei is competing against seven rivals, namely lawmaker Gholam-Ali Haddad-Adel, former Foreign Minister Ali-Akbar Velayati, Secretary of Supreme National Security Council Saeed Jalili, director of the Strategic Research Center of the Expediency Council Hassan Rohani, former vice president Mohammad Reza Aref, formerTelecommunication Minister Mohammad Gharazi, and Tehran Mayor Mohammad-Baqer Qalibaf.

The president of Iran is elected for a four-year term in a national election. This year’s election will be held on June 14.

Nearly 50.5 million Iranians are eligible to vote in the upcoming presidential election.

By Press TV

 

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