tehran - The supreme leader of Iran sees no value in a new term for former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, crosses or no wand for a new roll of Ahmadinejad to the presidency, but discourages him who, Iranian media report. That, however, experts say almost the same thing.
The ultra-conservative populist Ahmadinejad announced in April that he is a candidate to hold the current president Hassan Rouhani next year of a second term of government. The 59-year-old Ahmadinejad was the predecessor of Rohani and served from 2005 for eight years.
Ahmadinejad appeared again to score highly as a conservative challenger of the moderate Rohani. Which is still waiting for the promised fruits of the atomic agreement he signed with the major powers and is therefore vulnerable. But Ahmadinejad's candidacy for himself nor for Iran well, Khamenei believes according to the Iranian news agency Tasnim.