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Iranian legislative election, 2004 (Tehran, Rey, Shemiranat and Eslamshahr)

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2004 parliamentary election

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All 30 seats for Tehran, Rey, Shemiranat and Eslamshahr
Registered6,047,572[1]
Turnout32.50%[1]
Votes cast 1,965,666[1]

This is an overview of the Iranian legislative election, 2004 in Tehran, Rey, Shemiranat and Eslamshahr electoral district. Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran was able to win 29 out of 30 seats in the constituency in the first round.

Results[edit | edit source]

First round[edit | edit source]

The official results are as follows:

# Candidate Main list[2] Votes[3] %[4]
Elected Members
1 Gholam-Ali Haddad-Adel Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 888,276 45.05
2 Ahmad Tavakoli Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 776,979 39.4
3 Amir Reza Khadem Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 693,603 35.18
4 Mohammad-Mehdi Tabatabaei Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 660,764 33.51
5 Ahmad Ahmadi Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 611,190 31
6 Hossein Mozaffar Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 589,091 29.87
7 Saeid Aboutaleb Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 582,679 29.55
8 Nafiseh Fayyazbakhsh Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 581,925 29.51
9 Mohammad Khoshchehreh Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 578,674 29.35
10 Emad Afroogh Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 567,939 28.80
11 Davoud Danesh-Jafari Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 563,506 28.58
12 Alireza Zakani Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 548,524 27.82
13 Laleh Eftekhari Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 535,169 27.14
14 Fazlollah Mousavi Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 530,301 26.89
15 Fatemeh Alia Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 527,448
16 Hossein Nejabat Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 526,968 26.72
17 Hossein Sheikholeslam Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 524,568 26.6
18 Elham Aminzadeh Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 521,782 26.46
19 Abbas-Ali Akhtari Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 519,809 26.36
20 Seyyed Ali Riaz Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 519,166 26.33
21 Fatemeh Rahbar Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 517,743 26.26
22 Elyas Naderan Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 516,000 26.2
23 Hamid Reza Katouzian Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 514,331 26.08
24 Parviz Sorouri Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 503,638 25.54
25 Manouchehr Mottaki Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 493,214 25.01
Went to Run-off
26 Mehdi Kouchakzadeh Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 491,978
27 Gholamreza Mesbahi-Moghadam Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 491,598
28 Hossein Fadaei Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 489,931
29 Zeinab Kadkhoda Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 472,208
30 Ali Abbaspour Tehrani-Fard Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran 431,256
31 Alireza Mahjoub Coalition For Iran 207,030
32 Hassan Ghafourifard Coalition of Iran's Independent Volunteers 193,756
33 Soheila Jolodarzadeh Coalition For Iran 173,782
34 Majid Ansari Coalition For Iran 173,650
35 Ali Abbaspour Tehrani-Asl Coalition For Iran 140,311
Defeated
36 Jamileh Kadivar Coalition For Iran 116,650
37 Mahmoud Doayi Coalition For Iran 74,657
38 Elaheh Rastgou Coalition For Iran 74,111
39 Hassan Mir-Mohammad-Sadeghi Coalition For Iran 71,209
40 Mohammad Reza Abbasifard Coalition For Iran 69,837
41 Mohammad Ashrafi-Esfahani Coalition For Iran 66,187
42 Majid Ghassemi Coalition For Iran 61,521
43 Ali Hashemi-Rafsanjani Coalition For Iran 58,950
44 Elias Hazrati Coalition For Iran 56,363
45 Hassan Bolkhari Coalition of Iran's Independent Volunteers 33,907
46 Ali Jazini Coalition of Iran's Independent Volunteers 32,569
47 Taha Hashemi Moderation and Development Party 33,907
48 Mohammad Karbaschi Unlisted 33,907
49 Mohammad Tabatabaei Unlisted 31,301
50 Abolfazl Ehtesabi Unlisted 30,937
Mehdi Karoubi Coalition For Iran Withdrew[5]
Rasoul Montajabnia Coalition For Iran Withdrew[5]
Blank or Invalid Votes Not announced[6]
Total Votes[5] 1,971,748 100

Guardian council intervention and run-off (2005)[edit | edit source]

Run-off election for the 30th seat

17 June 2005
Turnout2,555,455 votes cast[7]
 
Candidate Alireza Mahjoub Zeinab Kadkhoda
Party Worker House
Alliance Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran
Popular vote 1,355,673 ≈777,000
Percentage ≈53% ≈30%

After the official results were declared by the Ministry of Interior, the Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran protested.[8] On 16 March 2004, the Guardian Council decreed that 29 candidates are elected, instead of 25 and only 2 candidates made it to the run-off, instead of 10.[9] There was a confusing similarity between the conservative "Ali Abbaspour Tehrani Fard" of Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran —who was initially ranked 30th with 431,256 votes— and the reformist "Ali Abbaspour Tehrani Asl" listed by the Coalition For Iran, with 140,311 votes. Abbaspour Tehrani Fard was promoted to the 12th place.[10]

News Website Jamaran cites the recounted votes as below:[4]

# Candidate Votes Recounted votes % New Rank
26 Mehdi Kouchakzadeh 491,978 Increase 501,676 25.44 Steady 26
27 Gholamreza Mesbahi 491,598 Increase 496,468 25.18 Steady 27
28 Hossein Fadaei 489,931 Increase 496,165 25.16 Steady 28
30 Ali Abbaspour Tehrani-Fard 431,256 Increase 552,291 28.01 Increase 12

The run-off election was scheduled to be held on 7 May 2004 between the reformist Alireza Mahjoub and the conservative Zeinab Kadkhoda. The Iranian Parliament passed a bill to postpone the elections, due to the vastness of the constituency and its expenses.[11] It was held along with the presidential election on 17 June 2005.[12]

2006 by-election[edit | edit source]

On 15 December 2006, by-elections for two vacant seats were held along with the elections for Assembly of Experts and City Council. 98 candidates put their name for the election. The results were:[13]

# Candidate Affiliation Votes %[4]
1 Hassan Ghafourifard Conservative (ICP) 452,801 21.44
2 Soheila Jolodarzadeh Reformist (ILP) 307,618 14.57
3 Asadollah Badamchian Conservative (ICP) 294,861 13.96
4 Ali-Akbar Mousavi Hosseini Conservative 124,058 5.81
Other candidates <60,000 <3
Total votes 2,111,037 100

Notes and references[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Ehteshami, Anoushiravan; Zweiri, Mahjoob (2007), Iran and the Rise of Its Neoconservatives: The Politics of Tehran's Silent Revolution, I.B.Tauris, Appendix IX, Table 4. Electoral participation: comparison of the Sixth Majlis elections, 2000 and Seventh Majlis elections, 2004 pp. 35–37, ISBN 0857713671
  2. "گزارش تحليلي همشهري از فهرست هاي انتخاباتي تشكل ها احزاب و گروههاي سياسي-اجتماعي", Hamshahri Newspaper (in Persian) (3312), 18 February 2004, retrieved 10 February 2016CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  3. "نتايج قطعي آراي انتخابات تهران", Mehr News Agency (in Persian), 29 February 2004, retrieved 10 February 2016CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 "گزارش جماران از ویژگی های نتایج انتخابات 5 دوره اخیر مجلس تهران", Jamaran (in Persian), 5 March 2016, 123182, retrieved 10 February 2017CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 "آراء نهايي انتخابات مجلس هفتم در حوزه تهران اعلام شد از مجموع 3438 صندوق 1971748 برگ راي به دست آمد", Iranian Students' News Agency (in Persian), 27 February 2004, retrieved 10 February 2016CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  6. "نتايج انتخابات تهران اعلام شد - کروبی انصراف داد", BBC Persian (in Persian), retrieved 10 February 2016CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  7. "عليرضا محجوب به مجلس شوراي اسلامي راه يافت", Hamshahri (in Persian) (3727), 20 June 2005, retrieved 10 April 2017CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  8. "ائتلاف آبادگران نسبت به نتايج انتخابات تهران اعتراض كرده است", Mehr News Agency (in Persian), 28 February 2004, retrieved 10 February 2016CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  9. "29 نفر از نامزدهاي انتخابات تهران در مرحله اول به مجلس راه يافتند", Mehr News Agency (in Persian), 16 March 2004, retrieved 10 February 2016CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  10. "مروري بر سوابق و ويژگي هاي نمايندگان تهران درهفتمين دوره مجلس شوراي اسلامي", Hamshahri Newspaper (in Persian) (3391), 26 May 2004, retrieved 10 February 2016CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  11. "Iran's Run-off elections to be held in 39 constituencies on May 7", Payvand News, 27 April 2004, retrieved 27 February 2017
  12. "محجوب با پيروزی بر نامزد آبادگران به مجلس برگشت", BBC Persian (in Persian), 20 June 2005, retrieved 27 February 2016CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  13. "آخرين وضعيت شمارش آراي انتخابات ميان‌دوره‌يي مجلس در حوزه‌ي انتخابيه‌ي تهران، ري، شميرانات و اسلامشهر", Iranian Students' News Agency (in Persian), 17 December 2006, 8509-17614, retrieved 27 February 2016CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)

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