Low turnout in Iran's first vote since 2022 protests

By The Associated Press
Updated March 2 2024 - 12:50pm, first published 12:48pm
The state-owned polling centre ISPA is estimating a turnout of 38.5 per cent across Iran. (AP PHOTO)
The state-owned polling centre ISPA is estimating a turnout of 38.5 per cent across Iran. (AP PHOTO)

There's been a notably low turn out in Iran's first parliamentary election since mass protests in 2022 over mandatory hijab laws following the death of Mahsa Amin.

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