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IRAN — In the final week of the election, Iranians voted in an election where both major parties were promising to boost economic growth.

But as the final days tick away, it appears that the prospects of a new election are looking dim.

Iran’s parliament is expected to pass a law that would allow President Hassan Rouhani to run for a third term.

But this is far from a certainty.

According to the Financial Times, Iran’s ruling clerics say that Rouhani should run for reelection only if there is a strong mandate.

In a statement issued Thursday, the Islamic Republic’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned that the country is facing “a serious threat to the stability of its people and its unity.”

The United States has expressed concern over Rouhani’s rhetoric.

But even if Iran’s Supreme Court upholds the new law, it is unclear if it would have a major impact on Rouhani’s policies.

The U.S. Treasury Department warned Friday that if the law passes, it could have an “amplifying effect” on the economy.

Rouhani is hoping to become the country’s next president after President Hassan Rohani left office in February.

If he runs, the election would be the first presidential election since the Islamic Revolution of 1979.

But Rouhani’s conservative party, the Pahlavi-backed New National Movement, has not yet announced its candidates.