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Publish Date: 15:17 - 15 April 2013
Tehran, YJC. An analyst and former lawmaker says that the Principalists are challenged by the large number of candidates and some adventurism.

Reza Talaee Nik said "One can smell no responsibility from the multiplicity of candidates. Maybe some candidates seek things other than responsibility.”

He added "According to field investigations the Principalists have the chance to win elections. The public favors them twice as much as they do the Reformist.”

He also pointed out "The surest basis for the Principalists’ victory is respect for coalitions, provided that it will lead to the optimal choice of each coalition.”

The former lawmaker also said "The fading role of political parties and organizations in elections is one of the bitter truths of our time and a reality that cannot be denied. Political parties and organizations are drawn to the margin for internal and external factors. Recourse to individuals void of group work and systematic agenda will not give us a powerful government.”

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