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Within the world of capitalism, of states.S. it feeds their narrative” said Javedanfar an Iranian-born Israeli lecturer on Iran at Israel’s Interdisciplinary Centre Herzliya PRESERVATION Under Iran’s theocratic governing system the elected president is subservient to the unelected supreme leader 77-year-old Ayatollah Ali Khamenei a hardliner in power since succeeding revolutionary founder Ruhollah Khomeini in 1989 A hardline watchdog body can control the elected government by vetting candidates before they stand and by vetoing policies Khamenei uses anti-American sentiment as the glue to hold together the faction-ridden leadership but he will not risk a total collapse in relations with Washington that might destabilise Iran say Iranian officials “The leader’s top priority has always been preserving the Islamic Republic … A hardline president might intensify tension between Tehran and America” said an official close to Khamenei’s camp Rouhani’s efforts to open up Iran to less hostile relations with the West still have to be couched in the rhetoric of anti-Americanism that has been a pillar of Iranian rule since the Islamic Revolution of 1979 On Friday hundreds of thousands marked the anniversary of the revolution taking to the streets chanting slogans that include “Death to America” At such events Rouhani can strike a note that sounds as hardline as anyone “We all are followers of our leader Khamenei” Rouhani said in a speech that cast his own re-election bid as an opportunity for Iranians to demonstrate their defiance of Washington “Our nation will give a proper answer to all those threats and pressures in the upcoming election” For his part Khamenei said in a speech earlier this week that Trump had shown “the real face of America” echoing the hardline Iranian criticism of the Obama administration’s comparatively accommodating stance as insincere or devious Khamenei dismissed a Trump administration threat to put Iran “on notice” for carrying out missile tests But he also avoided signalling a break with the nuclear accord and the speech was interpreted as a sign that he will stick by Rouhani for now “The leader’s speech showed that the leadership has agreed on a less confrontational line They prefer to wait and see Trump’s actions and not to act based on his rhetoric” said Tehran-based political analyst Saeed Leylaz Ordinary Iranian voters also seem inclined to keep Rouhani in power Many complain that they have still seen few economic benefits from the lifting of sanctions and those who hoped Rouhani would reform restrictive social policies say they are disappointed by the lack of meaningful change so far Nevertheless there seems to be little appetite to reverse course at the election and restore power to a confrontational hardliner like Rouhani’s predecessor Mahmoud Ahmadinejad “I did not want to vote Nothing has changed under Rouhani But now I have to choose between bad and worse in Iran We cannot afford a hardline president when Trump is in power” said high-school teacher Ghamze Rastgou in Tehran For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Tashi Lundup | Chandigarh | Published: March 28 2011 1:43 am Top News For quite some timelocal tennis star Fatehdeep Singh had been waiting in the wings ready to explode on the big scene and show the world where he belongs Fifteen-year-old Fatehdeepwho stands 5 feet 10 inches tallhas already taken a giant stride towards his goal a dream which he has been harbouring ever since he took to the sport he has been drafted into the Indian Junior Davis Cup team (under 16) Nothing beats the feeling when you are on the court and people are screaming and cheering you It will be a dream come true to represent the country again? and keep Iran’s economy afloat, It is an essential document and I am so grateful to the hundreds of experts and survivors who have played their part in drafting it, ashes from Shanbaug’s funeral pyre were kept in the reading room of the nursing hostel’s ground floor. The order states that Pasricha was in government service in 1999 and his wife was engaged in the business of publication. On 8 March last year, betting being such practice, * Young.

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