The entire world will be looking at Iran tomorrow when it holds its parliamentary elections, which are likely to determine the future of the country's reform programme. Reporting from Tehran, Azadeh Moaveni looks at some of the main figures and groups making up the country's political scene
Reform in a time of disillusionment
President Khatami and the sixth Majlis to be elected tomorrow must deal with the same host of problems that confront the country's women and young people
A question of margins
With reformists divided, the centre expanding, and conservatives relieved, the winds are shifting before Iran's parliamentary elections
If he becomes speaker of parliament, Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani could moderate between warring factions in the Majlis and prepare Iran for the next political era. Why, then, are some reformists not backing him?