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Vote At Schools, It's Safer


But then again, who's counting?

But then again, who's counting?

Mihanblog cites fears of interference in the tallying of votes, particularly at voting centers set up at local mosques:

If you want to vote for [Mir Hossein Musavi] go to [voting centers that have been set up at schools].

There are reports about the interference of the Basijis in the election. The counting of votes at [voting centers] in mosques will be done by the Basijis, and their interference is highly likely. For sure, [academics and teachers] will do more to safeguard people's votes.

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