Second Parliamentary Election
|Date of Election||15 April 1984|
|Number of Eligible Voters||24,143,498|
|Number of Actual Voters||15,607,306|
|Voter Turnout (%)||64.64|
|Number of Precincts||193|
|Number of Candidates Needed||270|
|Number of Candidates Registered to Run||1,592|
|Number of Candidates Allowed to Run (1)||1,231|
|Percentage of Candidates Allowed to Run||77.32%|
|Number of Female Candidates Registered to Run||25*|
|Number of Female Candidates Elected||4|
Iranian Ministry of Interior (www.moi.ir). http://www.moi.ir/portal/File/ShowFile.aspx?ID=3a338000-4049-458b-bde7-fda84e768409
Markaz-e Asnad-e Enghlab Eslami (www.irdc.ir).
* Tahereh Pour-Ardeshir,”Gozaresh-e Khaneh-e Mellat az Naqsh-e Zanan-e Qanungozar dar Keshvar,” April 6, 2008.
Iran’s Guardian Council has the constitutional right to suspend elections in certain towns and provinces under the pretext that they may cause unrest. In this election, the Guardian Council suspended the voting process in 12 Wards.
There is no public data on the number of female candidates allowed to run.
(1) Candidates submitting their candidacy are first vetted by the Ministry of Interior and then by the Guardian Council. The number we show under `candidates allowed to run` represents the number of candidates allowed to run after the vetting processes by both the Ministry of Interior and the Guardian Council are completed.
Breakdown of Votes Based on Province
|Province||Eligible Voters||Votes||Turnout (percent)|
|Chahar Mahal and Bakhtiari||275,732||204,175||74.05|
|Sistan and Baluchestan||502,052||193,764||38.59|
|Kohgiluyeh and Buyer Ahmad||171,385||135,178||78.87|