"For the past month, the government has been controlling the speed of Internet and filtering global websites such as Yahoo, Gmail, Facebook and any other sites outside of those approved by the government," Mousavi-Khoeini said.
He added that "this allows the regime to control who enters what sites and what's being discussed and exchanged, therefore disabling the slightest potential for movement and mobilization," suggesting that once again, the Iranian people will have little access to the free flow of information both between each other and with the outside world.
As the election shapes up to mark a pivotal point in Iran's domestic and foreign affairs, possibly leading to nuclear negotiations, Amirahmadi is still keen on the potential prospect of negotiation and dialogue.
"I'm a true Iranian nationalist and at the same time I'm as nationalist about the U.S. as anyone can be. I don't belong to any faction or group, and ultimately believe all of Iran's problems can be solved if only the Iran-U.S. issue is resolved --- because the common interest between the Iranian people and Iran and the United States far outweigh their differences."