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Succession of Ali Khamenei
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The succession of Ali Khamenei, the current Supreme Leader of Iran, has been a taboo in Iran. According to the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran,[not in citation given] the Supreme Leader is elected by two third[not in citation given] majority of the Assembly of Experts members.  however, the Assembly has not elected any deputies since the deposition[further explanation needed] of Hussein-Ali Montazeri in 1987. The Assembly elected[not in citation given] a Supreme Leader once in the Iranian Supreme Leader election, 1989.
The next term of the Assembly of Experts, elected in the 2016 elections and lasting until 2024, possibly might have to choose, or at the very least plan, a successor for Khamenei.
Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani said in December 2015 that, "a committee is examining potential candidates to be the next Supreme Leader." He also said the Assembly would be open to choosing "a council of leaders if needed" instead of a single leader.
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