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Iran
An open contest
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Vahid Salemi/AP Saeed Jalili, Iran's chief nuclear negotiator, is a candidate with wide support.

On the eve of the country’s 11th presidential elections, the leading candidates battle it out on the campaign trail and hope for a high turnout to make up for the legitimacy deficit the system suffered in 2009. By ATUL ANEJA


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