Iran's opposition leader vows to continue movement

Irans opposition leader

October 18, 2009 14:50

Iran's opposition leader said Sunday that his group's anti-government movement that started after the country's disputed presidential election will continue until authorities respect people's rights. Mir Hossein Mousavi, who believes the June 12 presidential election was stolen from him through massive vote fraud, made the comments while visiting the family of Mohsen Aminzadeh, a former deputy foreign minister, who was arrested during the post-election turmoil. Mousavi's comments were posted Sunday on his official Kaleme Web site.

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