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 Iran elections Monday, 6 January, 2003, 11:29 GMT
flyer for woman candidate Iranian women seek equality
A record number of women candidates stood in Iran's parliamentary elections, promising to put equal rights on the agenda.
 Democracy Iranian style
Iran has the trappings of democracy, but its political system is like no other: Roger Hardy on how Muslims across the world are watching the Iranian model.

Iranian media gears up for polls
The press has been President Mohammad Khatami's great success story.

West watches Iran
Western governments were quietly hoping President Khatami's supporters would do well in February's elections.
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