This is actually not correct completely. Mousavi/Rafsanjani/Khatami, et al. are not actually entirely anti-privatization. They stand to support privatization of certain sectors, but not all, of the economy, whereas Ahmedinejad/Khamanei are in support of full privatization of the Iranian economy.So what we are going to see for some time is the continuance of the anti-privatization bloc (Mousavi/Rafsanjani, et al.) to call for their referendums and new elections and basically stay verbal enough to voice their discontent without actually making a decisive break with those to which they are opposed (Ahmedinejad/Khomenei, et al.).
Also, for some reason I've been typing Khomenei, when I was referring to Khamanei.
Sorry for the confusion. I'm not completely knowledgeable on this issue, and am just passing on what I know as I discover it.