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Do you believe Mahmoud Ahmadinejad should have been ousted as president of Iran before elections in 2013?

  • Was in Power Too Long

    Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was in power too long and should have been ousted in 2009 during the election controversy. Ahmadinejad was way too hard line for Iran and his predecessor seems to have softened his country's stance about a lot of things. Hopefully, relations with Iran improve in the coming years with new leadership.

  • No Contest - It Is Hassan Rouhani

    Hassan Rouhani has finally set Iran on a moderate road in domestic policy. He encourages personal freedom, supports free access to information, and has improved women's
    rights. He has reached out to countries in the West to improve relations - a problem that has more than once threatened a renewal of world war or even nuclear holocaust. He is better for his own people - and he is better for the rest of the world.

  • Yes, he should have been.

    Mahmoud Ahmadinejad should have been ousted as president of Iran before elections in 2013, and he really never deserved to lead any country. What a dictator and an awful leader and spreader of propoganda. This is one of the worst leaders Iran has ever seen, and I'm glad he didn't turn too dangerous.

  • He is extreme.

    Yes, I believe that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad should have been ousted as president of Iran before elecetions in 2013, because he was very extreme and he put the entire world on edge. Most people believed that Ahmadinejad could just attack the United States at any time, but the actual people in Iran are very nice.

  • Mahmoud Ahmadinejad should have been ousted as president of Iran

    Mahmoud Ahmadinejad should have been ousted as president of Iran. He had no right to participate in anymore elections after all the damage and threats he imposed and placed upon the world and the people of Israel. Mahmoud needs to be tried and punished for his arrogance and threats to wipe out Israel, even if he has not done it. They should have done all of that before the elections in 2013.

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