The Election of Ahmadinejad in Iran was it Rigged?

On 12 June 2009, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is re-elected President of Iran with 63% of the vote. His opponents claim that the results were distorted and street demonstrations have taken place. The results have them been rigged?



The ruling party has got any means to alter the results,
which proves nothing in itself. But the result seems not only flawed,
it simply seems implausible.

After the election the new president said:

“Elections in Iran are the cleanest. Everything is based on moral
values. Occidentals include thieves, homosexuals and others impure in
the electorate to win a few votes.”

He stated his program: “Purity, justice, fighting against tyranny and corruption.”