Sensational forecast from well-known lawyer, political expert Adil Minbashi…

As reported, Iran is experiencing the excitement of its next presidential election. Thus, Iranian officials have announced that the 13th presidential election will be held on June 18, 2021. The list of candidates is already known. Which of these candidates has a better chance?
We addressed this question to Adil Minbashi, a well-known lawyer and political expert, whose predictions about who will be elected president in the last US presidential election, as well as in Russia, Iraq and other countries, were completely confirmed. Adil Minbashi named the current speaker of the Iranian parliament, Mohammad Bagher Qalibaf, as one of the candidates:
- Fair teacher, this time our question is about who has a great chance to win the next presidential election in Iran in June…
- I said last year in a joint discussion of several well-known politicians on Iran that, remember, the next president of Iran will be the speaker Mohammad Bagir Qalibaf! If I'm not mistaken, I told you about it too.
-You are absolutely sure…
-It will be! By the way, a few days ago the newspaper "Kommersant" published an article. On February 9th. "Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has said his last word: Tehran will abide by the nuclear deal only if Washington lifts unilateral sanctions," the newspaper said. US President Joe Biden, for his part, has made it clear that the lifting of sanctions on Iran will only happen if the Iranians stop enriching uranium. What does it mean? Recently, the speaker of the Iranian parliament, Mohammad Bagir Qalibaf, visited Moscow, probably to discuss these issues ... He even gave the headline of "Kommersant": "What else did Qalibaf convey to the Kremlin other than the" last word "?"
However, it is not known what he conveyed, nor does the author write anything about it, there are not even any hints that will create assumptions. Thus, the questions remain completely open.
-We appealed to you because we are also interested in the answer to this question…
- You know, the official statements of the Iranian and Russian media about this meeting are aimed at concealing the main issue under discussion. Mohammad Bagir Qalibaf is preparing to become the next president of Iran, and the meeting is to get Moscow's consent. Former President Ahmadi Necat and other candidates have a much weaker chance than him. I can say that if there is no unexpected force majeure event, the next President of the Islamic Republic of Iran is Mr. Mohammad Bagir Qalibaf!
- Fair teacher, the second very important question remains open: if Qalibaf has such a high chance of being elected president, then why did Putin not accept him personally?
- The point is that Russia's interests do not coincide with the high chances of Mohammad Bagir Qalibaf…
-Why and what?
- There is no doubt that if Mohammad Bagir Qalibaf is elected president, there will be rapprochement between Iran and the United States. And many problems will be solved, including the known sanctions in between. Then Iran's dependence on Russia, in other words, Russia's ability to influence Iran will decrease. This is not in the political interests of Putin and Russia.
Asif Marzili
Iran's next presidential election: who has a better chance?
PS According to the Iranian media, Mohammad Baghir Qalibaf was the mayor of Tehran until 2010. Mohammad Baghir Qalibaf has been elected since his youth for his loyalty to the religious leader and his ability to be pious. Then he became the speaker of Iran. He also headed the Iranian Police Department after becoming the mayor of Tehran. Prior to that, Qalibaf, a former commander of the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (SEPAH) Air Force, was of Kurdish descent on his father's side and of Persian descent on his mother's side. He joined the Iran-Iraq war and at the age of 22 was appointed commander of the SEPAH 5th Demonstration Headquarters in Khorasan Province. After the war, he was appointed Air Force Commander of the Khatami-Anbiya Headquarters, an economic branch of SEPAH, in 1996. Mohammad Bagir Qalibaf, a good pilot who can fly an Airbus passenger plane, graduated from the Political Geography Department of Tarbiat Modares University in Tehran.
Qalibaf, a candidate in the 9th Iranian presidential election that resulted in the victory of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, was appointed mayor by the Tehran Municipal Assembly on September 17, 2005, has made significant progress in this area, and in 2008 was named the world's 8th best by the international organization Worldmayor. is awarded the title of mayor.