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Iranian reformists

Two websites linked to reformists blocked

Fars News Agency reported on Friday February 27 that the Jamaran and Bahar News websites have been blocked and are no longer accessible by internet users. » read more

Reformists make plans for 2016 parliamentary elections

Iranian reformists gathered on Thursday January 15 to prepare for the parliamentary elections announced this week for March 2016. The Coordination Council of the Reformist Front issued a statement calling for guarantees that the elections will be free and fair. » read more

Members of newly approved political party arrested

An opposition website reports that three members of the newly established Neday-e Iranian Party were arrested on December 8. » read more

Alternative reformist party gets permit to operate

Iran’s Interior Ministry announced that a permit was issued on Monday December 1 for the Neday-e Iran Party to engage in political activity. » read more

Reformist plan coalition for parliamentary elections

Iranian reformists are planning a coalition between supporters of Mohammad Khatami, Ayatollah Hashemi Rafsanjani and Mohammadreza Aref in the coming parliamentary election. » read more

Leading reformist confident Rohani working to free opposition leaders

Prominent Iranian reformist Saeed Hajjarian has told reporters that the Rohani administration is hard at work trying to secure the release of the Iranian opposition leaders who have been under house arrest since February 2011. » read more

Reformists call for release of opposition leaders in open letter

Nine reformist figures have called for the release of political prisoners and an end to the house arrest of MirHosein Mousavi, Zahra Rahnavard and Mehdi Karroubi. » read more

Khatami’s last stand and Rohani’s first

“This government will be toppled in six months!” This is a statement attributed to an Islamic Republic hardliner about the reform government of Mohammad Khatami. » read more

Authorities stop Ghadr Night ceremony

Police and security forces prevented a group of Iranian reformists from holding the Muslim ceremony of Ghadr Night in Darolzahra last night, Saturday July 17. » read more

Activist released in Shiraz after 80 days

Jamila Karimi, an Iranian political activist in Shiraz, has been released after 80 days in prison. » read more