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Rouhani's Iran slowly changing

President Hassan Rouhani's electoral victory 100 days ago ushers in political freedoms.

Last updated: 09 Nov 2013 14:06
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Iran's softened stance on its nuclear programme has been one feature of its new leader.

It's been one hundred days since Hassan Rouhani took office.

He has promised to improve the country's economic situation in the wake of international sanctions and grant more political freedoms.

As part of Al Jazeera's three part series looking at the new president's policies, Soraya Lennie has this report from the capital, Tehran.


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