Q "Iranian refuses to publish pictures of Abadi election because of the tie"[/size]
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"After a series of speeches by the Al-Nasr coalition in Iran to the municipality of Qom province, in order to allow him to publish the signs of the list and the candidates, our request was rejected because of wearing the tie in his campaign."
Iraqi candidates attach great importance to the publication of election propaganda in the governorate According to Iraqi sources,
some of the electoral lists in the province have been published in the province, including the Al-Fath coalition, which is backed by Iran, which includes the popular popular factions headed by Hadi al-Amiri.
Iranian authorities have banned wearing ties since the fall of the Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi regime in 1979 because of a fatwa by the founder of the regime, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, that "these bindings symbolize the cross."
Iraqi parliamentary elections are due to begin on May 12, while Iraqis will go abroad to the polls on 10 and 11 of the same month.