Tehran : The Guardian Council will decide on holding computerized elections in Iran in a meeting on Monday with Interior Minister Mostafa Pour-Mohammadi and his deputies, GC spokesman said on Sunday.
Speaking to reporters at his weekly press conference, Abbas-Ali Kadkhodaei said the council supports computerized elections in the country as envisaged in the law.
Kadkhodaei added that another meeting was held last week between the Guardian Council and interior minister and his deputies on the mechanism of holding computerized elections in Iran.
“There are some technical and political issues in this connection that should be discussed during the meeting,” said the spokesman.
The next round of presidential and parliamentary elections are to be held simultaneously nationwide early 2008.