Mahmoud Ahmadinejed...the official winner of Iran's presidential election.
The opposition have been crying fraud since results were announced on Friday .
Accusations Ahmadinejed vehemently denies.
"These elections were free and real...the people's vote rules and we've seen glorious elections in Iran...people themselves decide who to vote for and nobody can force them to vote for a particular candidate."
So why the cause for concern?...
First, Ahmadinejad's spectacular score
During the first round of 2005's presidential election he polled 19.4% of votes.
This time...the figure was a greater than predicted 63%
Second, the proportion of the vote was eerily constant across this diverse country...and many observers were surprised by the hardliner's win in the capital Tehran...home to the country's educated middle classes
Equallly implausible say critics were the scores given to Ahmadinejad's rivals...not least the failure of main opponent Mir Hossein Mousavi to win in his heartland...the town of Tabriz.
"Across the country our representatives were expelled from polling stations...and stations were ordered to close with voters still waiting outside."
Opponents arrested, telephone and internet access cut...the government's reaction to this election is feeding suspicion...Mousavi has demanded the poll be cancelled...with the electoral commission set to deliver its verdict on the result