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Sarojini Bishi

New Delhi: After the death of Ibrahim Raisi in a helicopter crash in Iran, there is a lot of talk about the new presidential election. It is being discussed that the presidential election will be held in Iran on June 28. For this, the approval of the head of state, i.e. the supreme leader of Iran, Al Khamenei has also been received. Before this, the process of registration of candidates for the election will begin. Vice President Mukhbar has assumed responsibility as acting president of Iran. On the other hand, five days of mourning have been declared in Iran. India is mourning daily.

After Ibrahim’s death in the accident, Iran’s first vice president, Mohammad Mukhbar, was appointed as the acting president of the Islamic Republic on Monday. Until the country gets a new leader, Mukhabar will do all the functions of the President. According to Iranian law, he can serve as acting president for about 50 days before the presidential election. After the death of Raisi in this accident, on Sunday, the supreme leader of Iran, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, announced the appointment of Mukhabar. Ibrahim died in a helicopter crash in the northwestern region of Iran on Monday. Now it remains to be seen who will be elected as the new president of the country.

Mukhbar has served in many important positions. He has played a major role in charitable organizations. These organizations were fueled by assets seized after Iran’s 1979 Islamic Revolution. It also included properties that had previously belonged to the Shah of Iran or his government. Similarly, Mukhbar has been a member of Iran’s Expediency Council since 2022. The institution advises the supreme leader and resolves disputes between parliament and Iran’s constitutional monitoring body, the Guinda Council. Mukhbar was born on September 1, 1955 in Dizful, Khuzestan province, located in the southwest of Iran.

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