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News ID: 767
Iran » Iran
Publish Date: 13:03 - 13 April 2013
Tehran, YJC. Mohammad Raoufi has said that the main problem with the Reform Front is that they only think of consensus after a number of Reformists have announced candidacy.
Mahmoud Raoufi, Member of the Central Council for the National Trust Party has said in an interview with Fars regarding inside problems of the Reform Front "The main problem with Reformists compared to all other political currents is that they suffer separatism, which is a grave flaw.”

"The main problem is that after individuals like Kavakebian, Aref, and Shariatmadari have entered the stage, the Reformists set to decide on which one to make consensus, or whether enter elections with consensus or with a number of candidates,” he added.

Raoufi believed that the Reformists would not reach agreement on Kavakebian since he does not have what is required for presidency.

He also said that it is not necessary for the Reformists to make consensus on one real Reformist person, but can succeed via someone like Hassan Rohani.

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