Iran election: Candidates committed to nuclear project
In three days Iranians go to the polls to elect their country's new President.
Of the candidates approved by the country's Guardian Council, they all support Iran's nuclear programme and its right to carry out peaceful uranium enrichment.
The West argues Iran is building a nuclear weapons capacity - and has for a long time expressed concern that weapons inspectors are denied access to key sites and documents.
Rob Broomby reports.
- 11 June 2013
- BBC News