Who will be the supreme leader of Iran after Immanullah Ali Khamenei?

Who will be the supreme leader of Iran after Immanullah Ali Khamenei?
Rumors about the health of Iran's supreme leader Immanullah Ali Khamenei have raised a question as to what would happen if he became ill or died.

81-year-old Khamenei is the supreme leader of Iran, the most powerful country in the Middle East, and who will lead Iran after him is an important question for the region as well as the rest of the world.

A group of 88 Islamic experts stamped a name for the post. This group is called the House of Experts. Immanullah Khamenei is the second person who has been elected to this post.

Members of this assembly are elected by the Iranian public every eight years. But in the names of the first candidates, the committee named Parent Council approves.

The members of the parent council, directly or indirectly, choose the supreme leader. This means that the supreme leader has influence over both the assembly and the parent council.

Over the last three decades, Khamani has elected conservatives to the assembly so that he can choose his successor as he says.

Once elected, the supreme leader Taumra can continue in this position.

According to the constitution of Iran, the supreme leader must be an importer i.e. a senior Shia cleric. But when Khamenei was elected, he was not an import. Therefore, laws were changed to make him the supreme leader.

Therefore, it is possible to change the law again but it will depend on the political environment at the time of the new leader's election.

The most powerful leader in Iran is the supreme leader. Their decision on any important issue is considered final and they decide Iran's policies and methods for the world.

Iran is the most powerful Shia country in the world and Iran's influence within the Middle East has increased under Khamenei's leadership.

His death can not only change the future of the region, but it can also have an impact on the world.

Khamenei's personal dislike for these two countries is largely due to Iran's growing rivalry with the US and Israel. Because of this, there was an atmosphere of tension and instability for many years.

However, due to the succession process, it seems that the supreme leader who follows him will follow his path.

Iran's politicians are interested in choosing a new successor, but currently there is no strong man who can play the role of kingmaker.

Like his former supreme leader, Khamnai has influence over his network of loyalists. Many of this network are from Iran's most powerful Army Revolutionary Guard. It is possible that the Revolutionary Guard Army will try to prevent any unwanted candidate from becoming the supreme leader.

Although the rumor of a top secret list is flying, but whose name is in it, no one knows it nor has anyone claimed to know.

According to Suni, Khamenei's choice could be his son Mujtaba or the judiciary chief Ibrahim Raisi. If this is true, then both these candidates have power.

Judiciary chief Sadiq Larizani and current President Hassan Rouhani may also be in the race for supreme leader ahead of Raisi.

The supreme leader's 51-year-old son, Mujtaba, was born in the religious city of Mashhad and is as knowledgeable in Islamic affairs as his father.

Mujtaba made headlines when protests in Iran were violently stalled following the disputed presidential election in 2009. He is believed to have been behind it.

Although Khamanni is no king and cannot hand over the crown to his son, Mujtaba has considerable influence in his father's network. He also holds the office of supreme leader who is above any constitutional body.

If they get the support of Revolutionary Guards, they can turn the legal process in their favor.

Ibrahim, 60, was also born in Mashhad. The possibilities are more visible in his name.

He has never denied his rumors of becoming the supreme leader and some of his steps also indicate that he is ready for the role.

He has held several positions in the judiciary. He is currently the Deputy Speaker of the Assembly of Experts.

Raisi's track record on human rights is not good, especially in 1988 of capital punishment for political prisoners. They are not popular. But despite losing the 2017 elections, the supreme leader made him head of the judiciary

After appearing in this role, he was also seen in the media and he also waged a so-called war on corruption.

Like Khamenei, Raisi also views the 2015 nuclear deal with skepticism. He is also a strong supporter of Revolutionary Guards.

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