Ayatollah Mohammad Yazdi, a member of Iran’s constitutional watchdog group, says women can not be presidential candidates in Iran’s presidential election, scheduled for June 14. The Election Monitoring Agency (EMA) which is managed by the Guardian Council, controls the credentials of the registered candidates. The Guardian Council where Yazdi is a member, appears to follow interpretations of the constitution that suggest only a man may hold Iran’s highest elected office. About 30 women candidates were seeking to run in the upcoming election, largely as a symbolic gesture. The group claims Iran’s constitution uses a word denoting only a male president….