IRGC-linked newspaper Javan Last week in its printed edition reported that President Ahmadinejad and his close allies are trying hard to establish relations with the United States in order to win the Parliamentary and Presidential elections.
Javan wrote, “Some deviated hardliners for their 1390 agenda plan to consider issues like relations with the United States and defending nuclear enrichment.”
Many supporters of the Ahmadinejad government note that Rahim Mashaei’s dismissal as the Tenth Government’s effort to win seats in the Parliament and succeed in the next Presidential elections.
Javan also wrote that Mashaei’s dismissal as the President’s Chief of Staff was spurious, as it was an institutionalized move to safeguard Ahmadinejad during the next Parliamentary elections.
The IRGC is now one of the most important organizations seeking to bring down Ahmadinejad’s team during the next elections.
Commanders of this military organization, who forged the election results in favor of Ahmadinejad, indicate that they are no longer motivated to continue the Ahmadinejad government.
Ali Saeedi, the Supreme Leader’s representative in the IRGC, on April 16 officially stated that Esfandiar Rahim Mashaei is not fit for any political activity.
With the Ahmadinejad team’s increased effort to present their agenda for the Ninth Parliamentary Elections, government supporters have increased their threats and harassment.
Saeed Ghasemi, former IRGC commander, specifically said to the Ahmadinejad team that the Hezbollah will not let governments “blacktop” them with “New Year’s ruses”.
Government supporters of Khamenei aver that Ahmadinejad’s close allies this year will initiate strife against the Islamic Republic.