No Interest in US Elections in Iran

They know there's very little difference in the Obama and Romney's policies


Iran may be a major foreign policy issue in U.S. presidential politics, but few attendees at an Iranian government-organized rally Friday denouncing the United States seemed concerned about the outcome of the upcoming American election.

"I don't care who becomes the next president in the U.S.," said Hasan Mousavi, 27, a shoe store owner who sports a bushy black beard. "The sanctions will not be lifted no matter who is president."

Like many Iranians, Mousavi says he has felt the sting of the tough economic sanctions that the Obama administration and the European Union have slapped on his nation because of its controversial nuclear program. The U.S and its allies suspect that Iran is trying to develop a nuclear bomb, despite Tehran's insistence that its nuclear activities are solely for peaceful purposes.