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News ID: 1217
Iran » Iran
Publish Date: 11:56 - 28 May 2013
Tehran, YJC. Lawmaker says that things look as if Principalists will hardly reach unanimity in the upcoming elections.

Abdolvahid Fayyazi said in an interview "The Principalists were to reach consensus, but since making a convergence is not always possible, it can end in many viewpoints which themselves create disagreements. Therefore, the Principalists have not yet arrived at a definitive point on this.”

"Not only have they not arrived at a definitive point,” he asserted, "but their divergences are growing, which says that the chances for them to unify are growing weaker. I believe this to stem from weak appraisals by the candidates, their respective groups, and currents.”

Fayyazi also believed that the second reason for lack of unity among the Principalist is that there do not exist influential Principalist parties with public grounds, adding "In this sort of candidature it is obvious that decisions would be personal. Therefore there would be no agreement among people to make consensus on one individual amongst themselves.”

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