Iran: Playing games with democracy is really risky

Mohammad Ali Abtahi, former reformist vice president and blogger, says a referendum, held in Syria last Sunday, endorsed president Bashar Al-Assad for a second seven – year with 97 percent of the votes.He adds president Bashar Al–Assad that the Syrian government had better to announce the result more reasonably in order to gain more legitimacy. Playing games with democracy is really risky and dangerous one.

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