Tehran Calls on Bush to Avoid Intervention in Iranian Elections

TEHRAN (FNA) Iran’s Parliament Speaker Gholam Ali Haddad Adel called on US President George W. Bush to act wisely and refrain from interfering in the Islamic Republic’s upcoming parliament elections.“If Americans were wise, they would not interfere in Iran’s elections,” Haddad Adel told reporters after registering for the upcoming parliamentary elections here in Tehran on Thursday.

Asked to comment on the US President’s support for certain political wings and groups in Iran, the speaker reminded Bush’s previous call on the Iranian people to stay away of Islamic Republic elections, specially during the last election in Iran, and said both previous and present “recommendations of the US president are unrealistic”.

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