Canberra (IP) - Iran's ambassador in Australia announced the arrest of five disruptors in Iran's presidential election runoff process.

Iran PressAsia: Iran’s Ambassador to Australia Ahmad Sadeqi has said that an anti-Islamic Revolution individual has been arrested in an Australian coastal city of Brisbane.

In a related development, Iran’s Ambassador to New Zealand Reza Nazar-Ahari had already said that the interruption from the anti-Islamic Revolution groups has dropped as the police of that country offered better cooperation.

Iran held the runoff presidential election on Friday 5 July as the June 28 vote saw none of the four candidates securing an absolute majority.

Among 24,535,185 votes Masoud Pezeshkian leads with 10,415,991 votes, but he can't secure the majority of votes according to the constitution he will face second top runner Saeed Jalili who gained 9,473,298 votes.