Tehran (IP) - The Iranian Minister of Interior said that presidential election polls would not be held in two countries, Saudi Arabia and Canada.

Iran Press/Iran news: Ahmad Vahidi told reporters on Wednesday that Canada, allegedly known as the land of justice and advocate of human rights, did not let presidential election polls for Iranian nationals be held in the country. 

As with Saudi Arabia, Vahidi said that because the Iranian pilgrims are in Mecca and Median and away from the Iranian embassy in Jedda, the Saudi government has so far not cooperated to station polls for the Iranian people to take part in the 14th Iranian presidential election.

He told reporters that over 300 polls would be stationed abroad for the Iranian nationals to cast their votes and elect their president. 

Ahmadi also said that there were 60,000 constituencies and 90,000 election points within the country and about 61 million people are legitimate to vote.  

He said that no case of law violation has so far been reported from the candidates' side. 

Saeed Jalili, Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf, Masoud Pezeshkian, Mostafa Pourmohammadi, Amir-Hossein Ghazizadeh Hashemi, and Alireza Zakani are the six candidates for the 14th Iran Presidential election that will be held on Friday, June 28. 204