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TEHRAN, Iran (CNN) -- The day before polls open in Iran's presidential election, the streets are suddenly quiet again as official campaigning comes to an end, and voters prepare for what is expected to be a record turnout.
Posters for all four candidates are pasted on walls.
Whereas President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was a sure bet just 10 days ago, the race has closed this past week, in what is clearly turning into a referendum on his four years in office.
Originally posted by octotom
Does anyone happen to know when the new, possibly, president would be inaugurated? I ask because, if it's like in America, with a few month wait, I would wonder if there would be a chance that Ahmadinejad could do something dumb in the Middle East. Kinda like a, "going out with a bang" type mentality.