Moderate conservatives critical of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad won a majority of seats in last week's elections, followed by reformists who were suppressed by hard-liners two years ago. Analysts said the president's allies won less than 20 percent of local council seats across the country.
The vote was widely seen as a sign of public discontent with Ahmadinejad's stances, which have fueled fights with the West and led Iran closer to U.N. sanctions.
Hopefully he will be out of office in another 2 years.
Maybe then they can work towards getting rid of the Cleric controlled upper chamber.
It also looks like the UN sanctions are working.
I wonder if Ahmadinejad is looking for a false flag battle?