Iran votes in first parliament election since protests

Updated March 1 2024 - 4:30pm, first published 4:26pm
Iranian state polling predicts a turnout of only 24 per cent in Tehran and 39 per cent nationally. (AP PHOTO)
Iranian state polling predicts a turnout of only 24 per cent in Tehran and 39 per cent nationally. (AP PHOTO)

Iran has begun voting in its first parliamentary elections since the mass 2022 protests over its mandatory hijab laws after the death of Mahsa Amini, with questions looming over how many people will turn out for the poll.

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