The supreme leader’s jewellery became the focus of frenzied speculation in a ballot where more than the presidency is at stake
Soon after 8am, as voting in Iran’s presidential election got under way, the country’s 78-year-old supreme leader emerged from behind a set of curtains in his heavily-guarded compound in central Tehran to cast his vote.
As he took the ballot paper, many watching the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s
moves on television looked straight to the colour of his gemstone ring for clues as to his vote.
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