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Nateq-Nouri blasts Ahmadinejad accusations

Press TV – June 4, 2009

The son of a former Iranian official criticizes President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for leveling 'unfounded accusations' against him in a fiery presidential debate. In an unprecedented move in Iranian politics, the incumbent president during a debate with his rival Mir-Hossein Moussavi accused Mostafa Nateq-Nouri and a number of other former officials of fraud and financial corruption. Nateq-Nouri said Ahmadinejad ignored the "principals of faith, religious emphasis and behavioral regulations" when he leveled "the strong accusations against me ...

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