The choice for Iran’s presidential election on May 19 comes down to four men, two of whom are the frontrunners.


Current President Hassan Rouhani - of the Reformists bloc - is facing off against Ebrahim Raisi - a Principalist.


Unemployment in Iran stands at about 13 percent, while nearly a third of young people have no job - and that has become a focal point in the election.


Al Jazeera's Andrew Simmons reports from the capital, Tehran.

Middle East, Iran, Politics