Ebrahim Raisi: Hardline challenger in Iran

Ebrahim Raisi: Hardline challenger in Iran

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TEHRAN: Ebrahim Raisi, the main opponent to President Hassan Rouhani in Friday's presidential race, is a hardline judge with close binds to the preeminent pioneer who invested years in capable private cabin positions.

Out in the open, he has a somber charm, and is encompassed by an escort with binds to the Islamic administration's most hardline components.

He has concentrated his battle on poor people, displaying his accreditations as the leader of the Imam Reza holy place in Mashhad, which is likewise a capable and immensely affluent beneficent establishment.

"I speak to the laborers, the ranchers, the devastated ladies," he says, vowing to triple money hand-outs.

It is a message that has fallen on rich ground when unemployment is no less than 12.5 percent and nearly everybody is feeling the stagnation of the economy.

He doesn't contradict the atomic arrangement marked with world powers in 2015, which lifted endorses in return for controls to Iran's nuclear program.

Be that as it may, he says the present government's arranging endeavors were "frail" and required a significantly harder line "even with the foe".

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