Though there're still a few - thirty women candidates , after Mohammed Yazidi which is a clerical member of the Guardian Council's announcement that's mainly about the constitution would rule out women's participations, there's little hope to be allowed to
keep them standing.
Part of observers notice that perhaps it's not really clear about the participation of women in presidential elections in the constitution, but some latest explanations want to break what the observers say, suspend the debate and build the right role to the people. Nowadays how the Guardian Council makes decisions to the election candidates is based on their participation of Islam.
The semi-official agency keep quoting Mr Yazidi and says that it's not allowed for a woman to stand on the ballot or in the presidency. Until now there're some datas to prove that:
In the previous elections of 2009, 475 hopefuls registered but the Guardian Council only gave its approval to four.
And usually those results of elections were argued by others, and even triggering mass street.