Iran To Hold Snap Elections On June 28 After President Raisi's Death

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The Iranian government has agreed on a date for snap presidential elections in the country less than a day after Iranian president Ebrahim Raisi's death was announced. West Asia expert Dr Waiel Awwad chats with NDTV's Parmeshwar Bawa and says that Raisi's death is unlikely to change Iran's policies. 
 

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