Iran’s Khamenei Searching For His Successor

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When Khomeini died in 1989, then-President Ali Khamenei was named his successor as supreme. an update domestically of Iran’s harsh ideological rules," Thomas Erdbrink, Tehran bureau chief for The.

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Given Ayatollah Khamenei’s relative good health the search for a successor might not be urgent.. Ayatollah Khamenei will have a pivotal role in deciding his successor but the economy and Iran.

Therefore, the situation is totally different now in Iran. Khamenei is not Khomeini. It is uncertain that if he names his successor in his will, as Khomeini did, the state’s powerful will pay heed to it or not. The IRGC’s power has also increased over the past years. It has a bigger clout and say over the country’s affairs.

This is the most possible scenario; Ayatollah Khamenei is a politician interested in institution building and will likely choose his successor before he dies. 34 He has mentioned that his successor should be a revolutionary and has asked members of the assembly not to be "timid." His office, the core of Iran’s deep state, is likely to support a.

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His successor will inherit the institutions tied to the Supreme Leader position, but is likely to share Khamenei’s weak religious credentials: None of Iran’s most learned theologians are revolutionary.

Iran’s Khamenei Searching For His successor. june 10, 2019 Social and Political. Radiofarda – The Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, is eighty-years-old. For a senior Shi’ite cleric in the Iranian regime, the eighth decade of life does not necessarily mean.

his successor is more likely to take a hard line with the West, some analysts say. “[Hardliners] couldn’t ask for a better ally than the Trump administration,” said Ali Vaez, director of the Iran.

Conventional wisdom in Washington is that Iran is a radical theocracy and its elections don’t matter because real power is in the hands of the Supreme leader ayatollah khamenei and the. and Rouhani.