Tehran (IP): The final debate concerning the 13th Presidential Election in Iran was wrapped up with challenging issues raised by seven presidential candidates.

Iran PressIran News: The candidate for the 13th Presidential Election in Iran, Amir-Hossein Ghazizadeh Hashemi, said that his pending government would bring inflation below 5% in 4 years.

During the second phase of the third debate of the 13th Presidential Election, Amir-Hossein Ghazizadeh Hashemi clarified the distribution system irregularities and countering intermediation, adding that all production and distribution processes should be managed.

He said that his presidency would bring inflation below 5% in 4 years and solve the stock market problems.

Ghazizadeh Hashemi added that the institutions could manage the market and that his team had 20 programs to change the situation.

"Controlling the inflation is the most important problem which caused unemployment, poverty, inequality and migration as a result," said Ebrahim Raisi.

He stated that the General Inspection Organization of Iran (GIO) had conducted serious investigations in health, and the results showed some mismanagement.

Mohsen Mehralizadeh, another candidate, spoke about handling the capital market, saying that the only way to save the stock market was its independence.

Mehralizadeh stated that the stock exchange was one of the best markets for attracting capital, adding that the government intervened in the stock exchange last year and multiplied the stock price with the major shareholders, which benefited the major shareholders and harmed the people.

He emphasized that the government should only intervene in the stock market when it faces a crisis, and the management of the market should be set up automatically.

In the second part of the third debate, Saeed Jalili said that it was possible to interact with the world in the economy and trade, adding that the signing of the conventions was of no use to the Islamic Republic of Iran.

He said the president should know that the foreign policy of the next 4 years should be "economy-oriented" and increasing exports.

Mohsen Rezaei, another candidate, discussed youth issues, adding: "The country's problems have been solved wherever the youth have been involved. The youth are the biggest capital of the country, and their problems must be solved."

Stating that the real and serious problem for his pending government, the government of "Action and Change", would be the United States' obligations in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), he added that his government would certainly take the JCPOA seriously.

Abdul Nasser Hemmati stated that 50% of the country's population were women, who should be given equal opportunities.

He stressed that self-employed loans should be given to women.

The first thing I would do about sanctions was putting aside the current approach, which Alireza Zakani, another candidate, said regarding lifting sanctions.

Zakani stated that domestic potentials and capabilities would be used to lift the sanctions and that there were many capabilities in the production.

He emphasized that the capacities of the region and the world would be used to lift the sanctions.


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