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How will Ahmadinejad's inauguration impact the opposition?

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has been sworn in for a second term as Iran's president, hailing his re-election as "the start of major change in Iran and in the world". His inauguration came nearly eight weeks after his June 12 landslide election victory that was disputed by opposition candidates. What will happen to the opposition now?

Published: 12 Sep 2009 10:07 GMT
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